Oklahoma Chiropractic Continuing Education

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Oklahoma Continuing Education Requirements: 16 hours annually by 6/30
Oklahoma Accepts 8 hours of Online Continuing Education Courses

 

Courses are facilitated by the University of Bridgeport, Health Sciences Postgraduate Education Department which includes the School of Chiropractic, a CCE accredited College. Scroll down to view courses and their approval codes.


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Animal Chiropractic: Requires AVCA Certification. AVCA has a requirement of 30 hours of CE every three years.

 

New Licensee Information: No later than one (1) year after receiving a license to practice in Oklahoma, chiropractic physicians shall complete an orientation course of training approved by the Board. The orientation course hours shall count as continuing education credits for the year in which they were earned.

 

Reporting Requirements: CE Sponsor Reports to State Board within 30 days and a licensee also affirms CE completion - additional documentation required if audited

 



State of Oklahoma Continuing Education Requirements

Oklahoma Continuing Education requirements posted on this page are based upon the most up to date information available. Oklahoma continuing education requirements are subject to change and therefore, Oklahoma Chiropractic licensee's are ultimately responsible for being up to date with the Oklahoma continuing education requirements.


Continuing education courses offered on ChiroCredit.com provide Online CEU for Oklahoma Chiropractic Physicians (DC). The online courses enhance the knowledge bases of Doctor of Chiropractic to enhance their clinical therapy practice. Free 1 hour approved online home study CE credit course for new Oklahoma Chiropractic Physician registered users at www.ChiroCredit.com


 
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  • Management of Common Conditions 201

    Lumbar Disc Management I


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    • Recognize lumbar disc signs and symptoms.
    • Differentiate disc prolapse from disc extrusion.
    • Identify anatomical structures related to lumbar disc conditions.
    • Describe neuro-muscular physiology as it relates to disc injuries.
    • Determine appropriate exam procedures for diagnosing disc conditions.
    • Assess static range of motion coupled with cross-plane evaluation.
    • Analyze dynamic joint motion using outcome-based assessment tools.
    • Interpret manual muscle testing using eccentric break testing protocols.
    • Grade muscle tone and discover muscle palpation techniques.
    • Interpret neurological tests to determine levels of disc involvement.
    • Design treatment plans based on exam findings.
    • Apply manual manipulation techniques to address the lumbo-pelvic joint lesions.
    • Demonstrate manual methods to reduce abdominal and pelvic muscular dysfunction.
    • Create new muscle memory patterns to correct chronic conditions.
    • Compare pre- and post- treatment findings to support care plans.

    Todd Turnbull, DC

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    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 202

    Lumbar Disc Management II


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    • Discuss different types of lumbar stretching and their effects.
    • Define therapeutic stretching goals, protocols and precautions for the lumbar spine.
    • Measure lumbar pain, agility and joint crepitus associated with therapeutic stretching.
    • Apply lumbo-pelvic circumduction training to improve disc related joint mobility.
    • Integrate PreActive therapeutic stretching techniques to reduce lumbo-pelvic muscle tension.
    • Devise strengthening protocols for the lumbo-pelvic region using graduated isometric protocols.
    • Discuss mobility during lumbar traction to reduce disc pressure.
    • Compare static traction versus dynamic traction.
    • Define contra-indications for decompression therapy of the lumbar spine.
    • Apply appropriate lumbar decompression therapy to various patient populations.
    • Demonstrate lumbar mobility training exercises used to enhance decompression effectiveness.
    • Justify reimbursement through accurate documentation of lumbar disc treatment progression.
    • Diagnose lumbar disc conditions with clarity.
    • Select outcome-based assessment tools to monitor patient progress.
    • Illustrate lumbar range of motion and muscle testing deficiencies concisely.
    • Summarize patient status for lumbar mobility, crepitus and pain intensity.

    Todd Turnbull, DC

    AudioVisual Course

    Course Approved by OK board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 203

    Concussion Management - Part 1


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    • Recognize concussion signs and symptoms.
    • Differentiate concussion grades.
    • Identify anatomical structures related to concussions.
    • Describe pathophysiology as it relates to concussions.
    • Determine appropriate exam procedures for diagnosing concussions.
    • Apply diagnostic skills to on-field and clinic settings.
    • Interpret diagnostic tests to evaluate concussion progress.
    • Design treatment plans based on exam findings.
    • Demonstrate manual manipulation techniques to address concussion symptoms.
    • Compare pre- and post-treatment findings to support care plans.

    Todd Turnbull, DC

    AudioVisual Course

    Course Approved by OK board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 203b

    Concussion Management - Part 2


    1.0

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    • Discuss neurophysiology of musculoskeletal dysfunction.
    • Create new memory patterns to restore neuromascular integration.
    • Demonstrate manual methods to reduce muscular dysfunction.
    • Address cranial nerve lesions with manipulation techniques.
    • Introduce the half-somersault maneuver for vertigo relief.

    • NOTE: Recommend taking Management of Common Conditions 203 prior to taking this course.

    Todd Turnbull, DC

    AudioVisual Course

    Course Approved by OK board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 204

    Cervical Disc Management 1


    3.0

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    • Recognize cervical disc signs and symptoms.
    • Differentiate disc prolapse from disc extrusion.
    • Identify anatomical structures related to cervical disc conditions.
    • Describe neuro-muscular physiology as it relates to disc injuries.
    • Determine appropriate exam procedures for diagnosing disc conditions.
    • Assess static range of motion coupled with cross-plane evaluation.
    • Analyze dynamic joint motion using outcome-based assessment tools.
    • Interpret manual muscle testing using eccentric break testing protocols.
    • Develop muscle palpation skills and grade muscle tonicity.
    • Interpret neurological tests to determine levels of disc involvement.
    • Design treatment plans based on exam findings.
    • Apply manual manipulation techniques to address the cervical joint lesions.
    • Demonstrate manual methods to reduce cervical muscular dysfunction.
    • Create new muscle memory patterns to correct chronic conditions.
    • Compare pre- and post-treatment findings to support care plans.

    Todd Turnbull, DC

    AudioVisual Course

    Course Approved by OK board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 204 - 209
    12.0

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    • This contains all courses with the educational objectives listed from Management of Common Conditions 204 through Management of Common Conditions 209

    Course Group includes all Management of Common Conditions Courses numbered 204 thru 209

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    AudioVisual Course

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    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 205

    Cervical Disc Management II


    3.0

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    • Discuss different types of cervical stretching and their effects.
    • Define therapeutic stretching goals, protocols and precautions for the cervical spine.
    • Measure cervical pain, agility and joint crepitus associated with therapeutic stretching.
    • Integrate PreActive therapeutic stretching techniques to reduce cervical muscle tension and improve disc related joint mobility.
    • Devise strengthening protocols for the cervical region using graduated isometric protocols.
    • Discuss cervical mobility during traction to reduce disc pressure.
    • Compare static traction versus dynamic traction of the cervical spine.
    • Define contra-indications for cervical decompression therapy.
    • Apply appropriate cervical decompression therapy to various patient populations.
    • Demonstrate cervical mobility training exercises used to enhance decompression effectiveness.
    • Justify reimbursement through accurate documentation of cervical disc treatment progression.
    • Diagnose cervical disc conditions with clarity.
    • Select outcome-based assessment tools to monitor patient progress for cervical conditions.
    • Illustrate cervical range of motion and muscle testing deficiencies concisely.
    • Summarize patient status for cervical mobility, crepitus and pain intensity.

    Todd Turnbull, DC

    AudioVisual Course

    Course Approved by OK board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 206

    Evaluation of the Adolescent Overhead Athlete


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    • Summarize the relationship between glenohumeral internal rotation deficit (GIRD), SLAP tears, posterior impingement, scapula dyskinesis and shoulder micro-instability
    • Effectively diagnose SLAP tears, posterior impingement, scapula dyskinesis and shoulder mico-instability using screening and clinical tests.
    • Cite common pitching pathomechanics and describe their association with specific elbow injuries.
    • Paraphrase the peel back model for SLAP tears
    • Relate proper pitching biomechanics with injury prevention strategies for the adolescent overhead athlete

    Robert McCabe, PT, OCS

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    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 207

    Joint and Soft Tissue Mobilization Techniques for the Shoulder-Scapula Complex


    1.0

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    • Define and differentiate the anatomical relationship between the rotator cuff muscles and the glenohumeral joint capsule
    • Gain deeper insight into the causes and treatment of scapula dyskinesia
    • Describe and perform contemporary scapula mobilization techniques
    • Apply innovative soft tissue mobilization techniques to patients with shoulder hypomobility
    • Perform soft tissue mobilization techniques for sub deltoid bursitis

    Robert McCabe, PT, OCS

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    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 208

    Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Scapula Dyskinesia


    1.0

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    • Classify functional anatomy and biomechanics of the shoulder - scapula complex
    • Apply current strategies for the evaluation of patients with scapular disorders
    • Perform innovative  scapular mobilization techniques for the patient with scapular dyskinesia
    • Differentiate the relationship between scapular dyskinesia, soft tissue/muscle tightness, and shoulder pathology
    • Integrate a systematic scapular muscle training program / protocol for patients with scapular dyskinesia

    Robert McCabe, PT, OCS

    AudioVisual Course

    Course Approved by OK board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 208 - 211
    6.0

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    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 209

    Evaluation and Management of the TMJ


    3.0

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    • Discuss the prevalence and etiology of temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMD)
    • Define the anatomy of the TMJ and surrounding facial structures.
    • Recognize the three most common causes of temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMD) seen within the chiropractic practice.
    • Outline various types of pain referral sources to the temporomandibular joint (TMJ).
    • Evaluate the TMJ using physical examination procedures
    • Compare and contrast TMJ synovitis and capsulitis
    • Distinguish the difference between anterior disc displacements with and without reduction
    • Describe standard imaging processes ordered for specific TMJ conditions
    • Outline various conservative management options for temporomandibular disorders
    • Construct a treatment plan for a typical patient with temporomandibular dysfunction
    • Apply specific myofascial techniques for the muscles of mastication
    • Define the co-management care of a dental professional with patients presenting temporomandibular joint dysfunction

    Jennifer Illes, DC

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    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 210

    Upper Extremity I


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    • Discuss the state of the literature on common treatment options for adhesive capsulitis
    • Apply an effective and streamlined exercise program in the management of subacromial impingement
    • Recognize the value of radial nerve mobilization in patients with thumb carpometacarpal osteoarthritis
    • Appraise the potential value of adding low-level laser therapy to other interventions for subacromial impingement
    • Summarize the state of the literature regarding Kinesiotape for preventing sports injuries

    Shawn Thistle, DC

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    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 210 - 215
    12.0

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    Course Group includes all Management of Common Conditions Courses numbered 210 thru 215

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    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 211

    Lyme Disease


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    • Understand the basics of Lyme disease
    • Review the literature and studies available in summarized format
    • Understand the current complications with testing procedures
    • Recognize cases that may present as chronic neuromusculoskeletal conditions may have an additional differential diagnosis of Lyme disease
    • Apply non-prescription nutritional supplement recommendations to patients with acute or chronic Lyme disease

    Kristen Halland, DC, DABCA

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    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 212

    Concussion Rehabilitation


    3.0

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    Hour 1

    • Determine appropriate protocols for patient progress.
    • Discuss tools to reduce vertigo symptoms.
    • Incorporate nutritional support for better brain function.
    • Utilize brain therapy programs to improve cognition.
    • Apply traction therapy to reduce intrathecal pressure.
    • Introduce vision evaluation testing tools.

    Hour 2

    • Incorporate gaze stabilization exercises for oculomotor function. Evaluate balance and stability with a variety of tools.
    • Demonstrate balance exercises to improve proprioception.
    • Discuss cardio exercise to stimulate blood flow and neogenesis.
    • Apply cervical strength protocols using graduated isometrics.

    Hour 3

    • Apply jaw exercises to reduce TMJ symptoms.
    • Discuss post-exercise therapy recovery strategies.
    • Demonstrate mobility exercises to improve joint function.
    • Integrate therapeutic stretching protocols to improve agility.
    • Illustrate self release techniques to enhance mobility.

    Todd Turnbull, DC

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    Course Approved by OK board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 213

    Conservative Management of Parkinson's Disease


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    • Present literature based dietary recommendations for Parkinson’s disease symptom management
    • Discuss literature based exercise recommendations for Parkinson’s disease symptom management, with an emphasis on aerobic exercise
    • Review the literature regarding acupuncture for Parkinson’s disease symptom management
    • Discuss lifestyle modifications that can be helpful with Parkinson’s disease symptom management

    Ivo Waerlop, DC

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    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 214

    Shoulder Pain


    3.0

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    Hour 1

    • Discuss shoulder anatomy.
    • Differentiate the causes of shoulder pain
    • Assess joint mobility and muscle function.
    • Apply manual manipulation to reduce shoulder dysfunction.
    • Incorporate rehab techniques to restore strength and flexibility.

    Hour 2

    • Discuss scapulo-thoracic anatomy.
    • Define the causes of scapulo-thoracic pain.
    • Assess joint mobility and muscle function.
    • Apply manual manipulation to reduce scapular dysfunction.
    • Introduce rehab techniques to restore strength and mobility.

    Hour 3

    • Discuss gleno-humeral anatomy.
    • Define the causes of gleno-humeral pain.
    • Assess joint mobility and muscle function.
    • Apply manual manipulation to reduce joint dysfunction.
    • Introduce rehab techniques to restore strength and mobility.

    Todd Turnbull, DC

    AudioVisual Course

    Course Approved by OK board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 215

    Concussion: Return to Play Guidelines


    3.0

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    Hour 1

    • Discuss concussion causes and pathophysiology.
    • Introduce return to play guidelines.
    • Explore other return to lifestyle guidelines.
    • Understand modifying factors for RTP.
    • Examine concussion grading procedures.

    Hour 2

    • Review tools for concussion evaluation.
    • Understand the health concerns of pediatric athletes.
    • Incorporate strategies for pediatric patients.
    • Apply pediatric RTP guidelines for football.

    Hour 3

    • Investigate medico-legal issues of RTP.
    • Explore appropriate documentation standards.
    • Read state concussion law development.
    • Compare professional Position Papers.
    • Discuss the role of Chiropractors.

    Todd Turnbull, DC

    AudioVisual Course

    Course Approved by OK board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 216

    Evaluation and Management of Common Upper and Lower Extremity Conditions


    3.0

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    Hour 1

    • Describe techniques and principles of examination for peripheral joints
    • Identify important surface anatomy of the shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand
    • Identify normal range of motion of the joints of the upper extremity
    • Describe how to perform an examination of the upper extremity
    • Recognize common musculoskeletal abnormalities 

    Hour 2

    • Outline special maneuvers for the evaluation of carpal tunnel syndrome
    • Outline special maneuvers for the evaluation of shoulder impingement syndrome
    • Identify important landmarks necessary for the exam of lower extremities
    • Describe the physical examination technique for the lower extremities
    • Interpret normal findings, including range of motion of the hip, knee and ankle
    • Recognize some common abnormal findings through physical examination
    • Describe some special maneuvers for examination of the hip, knee and ankle

    Hour 3

    • Outline special maneuvers for the evaluation of knee instability.
    • Outline special maneuvers for the evaluation of an inversion ankle sprain
    • Distinguish the differences between anterior interosseous membrane syndrome and tibial stress fracture.
    • Design a treatment plan for acute patients with myofascial dysfunction for the upper and lower extremities.

    Jennifer Illes, DC

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    Course Approved by OK board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 216 - 221
    12.0

    $216.00 USD

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    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 217

    Acute Concussion Management


    3.0

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    Hour 1

    • Describe pathophysiology as it relates to concussions. 
    • Discuss the diagnosis and prognosis of concussions.
    • Review concussion red flags and dangers of manipulation.
    • Understand the health concerns of pediatric athletes.
    • Explore diagnostic tests to evaluate concussion status.

    Hour 2

    • Demonstrate non-thrust treatment techniques.
    • Introduce the half-somersault maneuver for vertigo relief.
    • Address cranial nerve lesions with manipulation techniques.
    • Explore sleep strategies for concussed patients.
    • Incorporate nutritional support for better brain function.
    • Discuss cardio exercise to stimulate blood flow to the brain.

    Hour 3

    • Apply mobility exercises to improve musculoskeletal function.
    • Integrate PreActive StretchingSM protocols to improve agility.
    • Explain return to lifestyle guidelines.
    • Understand modifying factors for RTP.
    • Compare professional Position Papers.
    • Discuss the role of Chiropractors and concussions.

    Todd Turnbull, DC

    AudioVisual Course

    Course Approved by OK board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 218
    Cervicogenic and Tension Headache Research

    1.0

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    • Update the findings of the Neck Pain Task Force (NPTF) and examine the effectiveness of interventions for the management of headache in patients with neck pain
    • Assess the effectiveness of conservative interventions for cervicogenic headache
    • Examine the extent to which changes in specific cervical spine impairments contribute to the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of treatment for chronic tension-type headache
    • Evaluate existing evidence regarding the reliability and diagnostic accuracy of physical examination tests used for diagnosing cervicogenic headache (CGH)
    • Outline the clinical relevance of the cervical myodural bridge

    Shawn Thistle, DC

    Downloadable Course in PDF
    Journal Article Review
    Text

    Course Approved by OK board of Chiropractic Examiners
    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 219

    Evaluation and Treatment of Adhesive Capsulitis


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    • Recall the clinical definition of adhesive capsulitis, based on shoulder range of motion measurements.
    • List 5 risk factors for adhesive capsulitis.
    • Enumerate the 4 pathophysiological stages of adhesive capsulitis.
    • List and define the 3 sub-components of the tissue-response classification system for adhesive capsulitis.
    • Provide 2 clinical findings for each of the 3 sub-components of the tissue-response classification system for adhesive capsulitis.
    • State 3 treatment guidelines for each of the 3 sub-components of the tissue-response classification system for adhesive capsulitis.
    • Summarize the grades of evidence for common physical therapy interventions (i.e. therapeutic exercise, joint mobilizations, modalities and patient education) for adhesive capsulitis

    Robert McCabe, PT, OCS

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    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 220

    Pelvic Crossed Syndrome


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    • Discuss the specific pattern of contracted and weak muscles found with Pelvic Crossed Syndrome.
    • Discern the effects on the spine and pelvis from the spastic and weak muscle pattern.
    • Apply modalities and manual methods to treat weak and contracted muscles.
    • Rehabilitate weak and atrophied muscles using stretching and exercise.
    • Determine spinal and pelvic effects of the abnormal muscular patterns found with Pelvic Crossed Syndrome and apply treatment protocol.

    Linda Simon, DC

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    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 221
    Autonomic Nervous System Response to Injury

    3.0

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    Hour 1

    • Discuss a functional overview of the Autonomic nervous System
    • Describe Autonomic Nervous System Dysfunction specifically associated with neuromusculoskeletal injury
    • Identify the role of the Vagus Nerve in Controlling the Inflammatory cascade with neuromusculoskeletal injury

    Hour 2

    • Include physical examination procedures specific to autonomic nervous system and vagus nerve dysfunction
    • Perform neurological exam procedures specific to autonomic nervous system and vagus nerve dysfunction
    • Perform chiropractic exam procedures specific to autonomic nervous system and vagus nerve dysfunction

    Hour 3

    • Describe therapeutic Protocols for musculoskeletal injuries with concomitant signs associated with dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system
    • Discuss structural chiropractic treatment protocols of musculoskeletal injuries with concomitant signs associated with dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system
    • Present phytonutrient protocols for musculoskeletal injuries with concomitant signs associated with dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system

    Evan Mladenoff, DC, DIBAK

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    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 223
    Cerebellar Response to Injury

    3.0

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    Hour 1

    • Discuss a functional overview of the Cerebellar dysfunction
    • Describe Cerebellar Dysfunction specifically associated with neuromusculoskeletal injury
    • Identify the role of the Cerebellum in balance disorders associated with neuromusculoskeletal injuries

    Hour 2

    • Include physical examination procedures specific to the cerebellar system
    • Perform neurological exam procedures specific to the cerebellar system
    • Perform chiropractic exam procedures specific to the cerebellar system

    Hour 3

    • Describe therapeutic Protocols for musculoskeletal injuries with concomitant signs associated with dysfunction of the cerebellum
    • Discuss structural chiropractic treatment protocols of musculoskeletal injuries with concomitant signs associated with dysfunction of the cerebellum
    • Present phytonutrient protocols for musculoskeletal injuries with concomitant signs associated with dysfunction of the cerebellum

    Evan Mladenoff, DC, DIBAK

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    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 224

    Identification and Treatment of Scoliosis


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    • Discuss the histological features of Scoliosis
    • Discern Structural vs. Functional Scoliosis and their primary causes
    • Coordinate treatment protocols to cervical, thoracic and lumbopelvic spine, rib cage and scapula for Scoliosis curvature
    • Utilize modalities and soft tissue treatment methods to address functional changes resulting in a Scoliosis curvature
    • Advise the Scoliosis patient in effective methods of stretching and exercise

    Linda Simon, DC

    AudioVisual Course

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    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 225

    Shoulder Crossed Syndrome


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    • Discuss the specific pattern of contracted and weak muscles found with Shoulder Crossed Syndrome.
    • Discern the effects on the spine, upper extremity and pelvis from the spastic and weak muscle pattern.
    • Apply modalities and manual methods to treat weak and contracted muscles.
    • Rehabilitate weak and atrophied muscles using stretching and exercise.
    • Determine spinal, extraspinal and pelvic effects of the abnormal muscular patterns found with Shoulder Crossed Syndrome and apply treatment protocol.

    Linda Simon, DC

    AudioVisual Course

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    Course facilitated by University of Bridgeport School of Chiropractic
    OK Accepts 8 Hours of Online CE Toward Relicensure
    Expires: 2024-07-01

    Management of Common Conditions 226
    Soft Tissue Treatment Adhesive Capsulitis

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    • Discuss the specific pattern of fibrosis development around and within the glenohumeral joint found with Adhesive Capsulitis.
    • Discern the effects of the fibrosis and adhesions on the glenohumeral joint and associated soft tissues.
    • Understand the rules of treatment specific to Adhesive Capsulitis.
    • Apply modalities and manual methods to treat fibrosis and adhesions in the soft tissue structures around and within the glenohumeral joint as well as associated contracted muscle tissue.
    • Rehabilitate weak and atrophied muscles using stretching, exercise and modalities.

    Linda Simon, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 227
    Evaluation and Treatment of Non-Surgical SLAP Lesions

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    • Describe the relationship among SLAP tears, posterior shoulder tightness and scapula dyskinesis  
    • Explain how to perform the modified dynamic labral shear test and summarize the clinical usefulness of this test
    • Cite the clinical prediction rule (CPR) for favorable outcome in patients undergoing conservative management for SLAP lesions
    • Paraphrase the efficacy of conservative treatment for patients with SLAP disorders.
    • List one indication for performing an anterior to posterior mobilization of the humerus on the glenoid (posterior shoulder mobilization) 
    • Identify one appropriate intervention (specific manual technique or exercise) for phase I, phase II and phase III   SLAP rehabilitation program.

    Robert McCabe, PT, OCS

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    Management of Common Conditions 228
    Evaluation and Treatment of Shoulder Instability: Non-Surgical and Surgical Conditions

    2.0

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    • Describe the relationship among shoulder micro-instability, scapula dyskinesis and hyperlaxity  
    • Explain how to perform the surprise test and summarize the clinical usefulness of this test
    • Paraphrase the efficacy of conservative treatment for patients with atraumatic shoulder instability.
    • Contrast the difference between a capsule reconstruction/ shift and a capsular repair.
    • Cite 2 major precautions, and corresponding time frames following an anterior capsule reconstruction or repair (during the first 12 weeks)
    • Identify one appropriate intervention (exercise) for phase I, phase II and phase III   post- rehabilitation program following capsular shift / reconstruction or repair

    Robert McCabe, PT, OCS

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    Management of Common Conditions 229
    Neck Pain & Whiplash

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    • Compare active cervical range of motion in patients with neck pain to those with whiplash or no neck pain
    • Critically appraise and synthesize recommendations of evidence-based clinical practice guidelines for the management of common conditions related to traffic collisions
    • Investigated the possibility of posttraumatic cervical artery dissections (including those involving the vertebral artery) in patients who have sustained a whiplash injury in a motor vehicle collision
    • Update findings from the Neck Pain Task Force regarding the effectiveness of manual therapies, passive physical modalities, and acupuncture for the management of whiplash and neck pain
    • Determine which treatments or combinations of treatments are most effective for the management of neck pain- (NAD) and whiplash-associated disorders (WAD)

    Shawn Thistle, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 230
    Soft Tissue Treatment - Iliotibial Band Syndrome at the Hip

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    • Discuss the specific pattern of fibrosis development around and within the iliotibial band found with Iliotibial Band Syndrome at the Hip.
    • Discern the effects of the fibrosis and adhesions on the iliotibial band, associated soft tissues and the functional biomechanics of the region.
    • Understand the rules of treatment specific to Iliotibial Band Syndrome at the Hip.
    • Apply modalities and manual methods to treat fibrosis and adhesions in the soft tissue structures around and within the iliofemoral joint as well as associated contracted muscle tissue.
    • Rehabilitate weak and atrophied muscles using stretching, exercise and modalities.

    Linda Simon, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 231
    Soft Tissue Treatment - Plantar Fasciitis

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    • Discuss the specific pattern of fibrosis development around and within the plantar myofascia of the foot.
    • Discern the effects of the fibrosis and adhesions on the plantar fascia, associated soft tissues and the functional biomechanics of the region.
    • Understand the rules of treatment specific to Plantar Fasciitis of the Foot.
    • Apply modalities and manual methods to treat fibrosis and adhesions in the soft tissue structures around and within the foot and ankle joint as well as associated contracted muscle tissue.
    • Rehabilitate weak and atrophied muscles using stretching, exercise and modalities.

    Linda Simon, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 232
    Clinical Research of the Elbow and Shoulder

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    • Justify examination of the cervico-thoracic spinal regions for dysfunction in lateral epicondylalgia patients
    • Explain and identify posterolateral rotary instability (PLRI) of the elbow
    • Optimize clinical assessment and diagnosis for the long head of biceps complex
    • Explore the potential pathological commonalities amongst adhesive capsulitis, metabolic syndrome and low-grade inflammation
    • Discuss current neuroanatomical and biochemical theories as they pertain to shoulder pain and its clinical management

    Shawn Thistle, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 233
    Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

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    • Assess the effectiveness of three nonsurgical interventions on symptoms, physical function, and physical activity in patients with lumbar spinal stenosis.
    • Compare the effectiveness of a structured, comprehensive conservative treatment program with a focus on self-management and improved walking ability (including lumbar manipulation, exercise and education) to a self-directed program in patients with neurogenic claudication due to lumbar spinal stenosis.
    • Summarize the 2013 North American Spine Society (NASS) clinical guideline for the diagnosis and treatment of degenerative lumbar spinal stenosis.
    • Examine the literature pertaining to the diagnostic accuracy of available tests for lumbar spinal stenosis.
    • Analyze the effectiveness of the 6-week Boot Camp Program for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

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    Management of Common Conditions 234
    Fibromyalgia Assessment and Conservative Management

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    • Demonstrate an understanding of the epidemiology of fibromyalgia, its impact on patient health, and the clinical controversy surrounding the syndrome.
    • Evaluate available treatment options and design a treatment plan for the patient with fibromyalgia.
    • Evaluate the available evidence regarding chiropractic manipulation, and complementary and alternative medicine for fibromyalgia.
    • Justify the role of patient self-care in the treatment of fibromyalgia.

    Jennifer Illes, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 235
    Viscerosomatic, Somatovisceral and Psychosomatic Reflexes: Diagnosis and Management of Common Patient Scenarios

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    Hour 1

    • Define and apply viscerosomatic reflexes and influences.
    • Define and apply somatoviscera reflexes and influences.
    • Define and apply psychosomatic reflexes and influences.
    • Apply autonomic reflexes to clinical conditions including somatic dysfunction.

    Hour 2

    • Identify the general nature of pain and its mechanisms including the physiology and psychology of pain.
    • Describe the effect of somatic dysfunction on the autonomic nervous system and apply this knowledge to the use of manipulative therapy
    • State the definition, location, and identification of Chapman’s points on the body.
    • Express Chapman’s points in relation to the major organ systems of the body.


    Hour 3

    • Illustrate Chapman’s points of the cardiovascular system.
    • Illustrate Chapman’s points of the respiratory system.
    • Describe management of Chapman’s reflexes in a common clinical scenario.
    • Critically appraise, and utilize relevant scientific literature and information to assess and improve patient care practices; and, contribute to the ongoing scholarly development of the chiropractic profession

    Jennifer Illes, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 237
    Evaluation and Treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

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    • Enumerate five physical / clinical examination findings associated with lumbar spinal stenosis
    • List 3 essential components of a rehabilitation program for patients with lumbar spinal stenosis
    • Recall four flexion-based exercises that are part of a rehabilitation program for a patient with lumbar spinal stenosis
    • Identify three common soft tissue mobility impairments associated with lumbar spinal stenosis
    • Cite two common joint mobility impairments associated with lumbar spinal stenosis
    • Provide two evidence-based exercises that elicit high EMG activity of the transverse abdominis
    • Enumerate three evidence-based exercises that elicit high EMG levels of the gluteus medius

    Robert McCabe, PT, OCS

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    Management of Common Conditions 239
    Cervical Spinal Stenosis Management

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    • Relate the effects of posture on compression of the cervical cord and nerve roots and use this knowledge to develop decompression exercises for their cervical stenosis patients.
    • Decompress the cervical spine utilizing the Cervico 2000 ambulatory traction device.
    • Implement a strategy of upper extremity peripheral nerve stimulation to relieve symptoms of cervical spinal stenosis.
    • Develop and institute a comprehensive cervical spinal stenosis rehabilitation protocol as a potential alternative to surgery. 

    George Kukurin, DC, DACAN

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    Management of Common Conditions 240
    Lumbar Spinal Stenosis, Neurological Rehabilitation

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    Hour 1
    • Relate the effects of spinal stenosis in the development of intermittent claudication.
    • Utilize a treadmill and a stopwatch, to quantify both the effects of stenosis on functional ability of patients and the effectiveness of treatment of spinal stenosis.
    • Apply TENs over acupuncture points known to increase nerve blood supply and how to reverse the pathophysiology of lumbar spinal stenosis.
    • Utilize dynamic imaging techniques, to gain a full appreciation of the changes in compression of the neural elements in different postures and spinal positions.
    Hour 2
    • Apply an evidence based protocol of spinal decompression utilizing flexion-distraction techniques for spinal stenosis and degenerative spondylolisthesis.
    • Utilize therapeutic ultrasound to reduce congestion and inflammation of the compressed nerve roots in patients suffering from spinal stenosis.
    • Apply the neurophysiology of acupuncture, without needles, to reduce pain and promote proper nerve function in of lumbar spinal stenosis.
    Hour 3
    • Utilize, best evidence, related to the use of lumbosacral support and back braces in their patients suffering from lumbar spinal stenosis.
    • Utilize the  Vertetrac ambulatory decompression belt as the treatment for patients suffering from lumbar spinal stenosis.
    • Implement a dynamic decompression exercise program for patients suffering from lumbar spinal stenosis, based on best evidence.
    • Understand the pathophysiology of lumbar spinal stenosis and implement nutritional strategies that may potentially modify the course of the condition.
    • Utilize trans-spinal direct current stimulation as a form of noninvasive neuromodulation for patients suffering from intermittent claudication and spinal stenosis.

    George Kukurin, DC, DACAN

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    Management of Common Conditions 241
    Migraine Headache

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    • Summarize the available literature and assess the effect of aerobic exercise on the number of headache days, duration and pain intensity in patients with migraine headache.
    • Explore the efficacy of manual acupuncture and quantify the true placebo response in the prophylaxis of episodic migraine without aura.
    • Outline the existing evidence and theories pertaining to the evolutive nature of migraine headaches for most patients.
    • Assess the impact of spinal manipulation on pain and disability associated with migraine headache.
    • Critically review the prevalence and patient-related factors associated with the use of manual therapy for treatment of chronic recurrent headaches.

    Shawn Thistle, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 242
    Foot & Ankle

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    • Investigate whether manipulations of the ankle joint complex increase the force production and muscle activation of the hip abductors on the affected limb in individuals with a history of ankle sprain
    • Summarize the latest evidence pertaining to the diagnosis and treatment of insertional Achilles tendinopathy
    • Outline the association between ankle dorsiflexion and dynamic knee valgus
    • Discuss the state of the evidence pertaining to the clinical effects of joint mobilization on grades I and II ankle sprains
    • Describe how manual therapy can help alleviate symptoms of Cuboid Syndrome in spite of the presence of active bony pathology

    Shawn Thistle, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 243
    Patellofemoral Pain

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    • Compare the effectiveness of multiple interventions for patellofemoral pain.
    • Assess the literature on the effects of spinal or local joint manipulation or mobilization for patellofemoral pain syndrome.
    • Evaluate the efficacy of knee strengthening with or without hip strengthening for improving strength and decreasing pain in patients with patellofemoral pain.
    • Summarize the factors that contribute to the development of patellofemoral pain.
    • Investigate the influence of exerted state running on lower extremity kinematics during the stance phase in runners with patellofemoral pain.

    Shawn Thistle, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 244
    Conservative management of femoro-acetabular impingement

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    • Describe relevant anatomy, and the structural components of femoroacetabular impingement
    • Explain factors associated with development of femoroacetabular impingement
    • Discuss integration of manual therapies along with rehabilitation and lifestyle modification
    • Outline what a successful treatment plan may look like for the non-surgical management of femoroacetabular impingement
    • Analyze what factors my influence and necessitate modifications for treatment plans in individuals with femoroacetbular impingement syndrome

    Nicholas Hedges DC, MS, CCSP

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    Management of Common Conditions 244 - 247
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    Management of Common Conditions 245
    PatelloFemoral Pain Syndrome

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    • Discuss up to date research on the etiology of PatelloFemoral Pain Syndrome
    • Differentiate the diagnosis of patellofemoral pain syndrome from other painful diagnosis of the knee
    • Discuss what interventions are effective in managing patellofemoral pain syndrome
    • Integrate manual techniques with rehabilitative techniques for optimal outcomes in patients with patellofemoral pain syndrome
    • Summarize optimal treatment strategies and plans for the treatment of patellofemoral pain syndrome

    Nicholas Hedges DC, MS, CCSP

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    Management of Common Conditions 246
    Making Sense of Hip Pain

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    Hour One:

    • List three non-musculoskeletal diagnoses that can affect the hip with referred pain.
    • Describe two symptoms of axial spondyloarthropathy that may mimic posterior gluteal pain
    • Describe sacral insufficiency.
    • List three risk factors of statin involved muscle pain.

     Hour Two:

    • Describe the key features of soft tissue posterior buttock pain.
    • Describe the key features of peripheral nerve related posterior buttock pain.
    • List three variable in the proposed CPR for lumbar radiculopathy.
    • Describe the referral pattern of thoracolumbar involvement.

     Hour Three:

    • List three symptoms of a labral defect of the hip.
    • List two variables for the CPR of Osteoarthritis of the hip.
    • List four factors documented in the clinical presentation of Gluteal tendinopathy.
    • Describe four aspects of the pathomechanics for gluteal tendinopathy


    Debra Dent, BPT, Dip Manip PT, OCS, FCAMPT

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    Management of Common Conditions 247
    Soft Tissue Injuries of the Cervical Spine

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    • Explain the biomechanics of the cervical spine
    • Demonstrate examination of the cervical spine
    • Explain the mechanism of acceleration/deceleration impact
    • Describe pathological conditions of the cervical spine
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for pathological conditions of the cervical spine

    Linda Simon, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 249
    Chiropractic Checkup from the Neck Up

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    • Explore the societal burden of headaches
    • Rank the prevalence of common headache types
    • Give examples of common lifestyle contributors to headache syndromes
    • Recognize the difference between primary and secondary headaches
    • Review clinical characteristics of common headache types
    • Differentiate cervicogenic headache from occipital neuralgia
    • Contrast trigeminal neuralgia and idiopathic facial pain
    • Summarize relevant clinical history questions for headache patients
    • Recognize red flags specific to headache patients
    • Define ‘dizziness’, ‘vertigo’ and other related terms
    • Review common differential diagnoses and assessment strategies for the dizzy or vertiginous patient
    • Utilize a TiTrATE approach to differentially diagnose and/or classify dizzy patients
    • Breakdown our contemporary understanding of cervicogenic dizziness
    • Summarize current diagnostic criteria for cervicogenic dizziness
    • Outline various physical examination procedures for evaluating cervical sensorimotor function
    • Define and outline the defining features of sports-related concussion
    • Outline the ‘neuro-metabolic cascade’ in concussion injuries
    • Summarize known risk factors for concussion
    • Contrast on-field versus in-clinic evaluation of concussion
    • Explore various clinical tools for evaluating concussion (ex. SCAT5, CRT, VOMS)
    • Identify and categorize common concussion symptoms
    • Recognize risk factors for prolonged recovery from concussion
    • Explore short- and long-term consequences of concussion
    • Summarize contemporary concussion management considerations for chiropractors
    • Appraise the reasons for concern relating to neck manipulation and stroke
    • Classify cervical artery strokes
    • Explore the epidemiology of cervical artery strokes
    • Summarize best-evidence relating to the association between spinal manipulation and cervical artery stroke
    • Outline relevant challenges and other factors relating to researching the relationship between neck manipulation and cervical artery stroke
    • Define protopathic bias and how it relates to stroke and neck manipulation
    • Critique potential mechanisms of injury relating to cervical manipulation and the cervical arteries
    • Integrate best practices into your clinical approach for ruling our emergent stroke in neck pain and headache patients
    • Review the HINTS examination as a mechanism to differentially diagnose acute vestibular syndrome
    • Review the evidence on the appropriateness and efficacy of manual therapy for treating headaches
    • Explore the literature pertaining to the complex interplay between cervical spine function and dizziness, persistent post-concussion symptoms, neck pain and headache
    • Critique the literature pertaining to the management of cervicogenic dizziness
    • Summarize existing evidence regarding the chiropractic management of concussion

    Shawn Thistle, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 250
    Soft Tissue Injury of the Elbow Wrist and Hand

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    • Explain the biomechanics of the elbow, wrist and hand.
    • Administer thorough examination of the elbow, wrist and hand.
    • Differentially diagnose the pathological conditions of the elbow, wrist and hand.
    • Perform soft tissue treatments for the elbow, wrist and hand.
    • Apply functional relationships of the elbow, wrist and hand to associated regions for thorough evaluation and treatment.

    Linda Simon, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 251
    Thoracic spine and ribs

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    • Explain the biomechanics of the thoracic spine and ribs 
    • Describe the examination of the thoracic spine and ribs 
    • Describe the pathological conditions of the thoracic spine and ribs 
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for pathological conditions of the thoracic spine and ribs 
    • Define functional relationships of the thoracic spine and ribs with associated regions

    Linda Simon, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 252
    Chiropractic & Healthy Aging

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    • Investigate the association between brain age and chronic low back pain duration and pain severity 
    • Compare Medicare expenditures over time in older adults with chronic low back pain who initially receive opioid analgesic therapy versus spinal manipulation 
    • Recognize the impact of spinal manipulation on escalation of care and risk of adverse drug events among older Medicare patients with chronic low back pain 
    • Summarize existing clinical practice guidelines on fall prevention and management for older adults 
    • Outline the neuroinflammatory contribution to the development of tissue damage and joint-related pain in osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis

    Shawn Thistle, DC

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    Management of Common Conditions 253
    Injuries in rock climbers

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    • Discuss relevant anatomy associated with specific injuries to climbers
    • Summarize common climbing movements and grip types
    • Apply knowledge of relevant anatomy, movement, and grip types in discussing etiology of climbing injuries
    • Differentiate common presentations of injuries in rock climbers
    • Determine which presentations and etiologies require further interventions such as imaging, surgical consult etc..
    • Briefly describe active management strategies and treatment plans for rock climbing injuries

    Nicholas Hedges DC, MS, CCSP

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    Management of Common Conditions 254
    Low Back Pain Treatment Updates

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    • Summarize the recent NASS clinical guideline on the diagnosis and treatment of low back pain 
    • Assess the literature to determine which mode(s) of exercise is/are best for treating chronic low back pain 
    • Discuss the comparative effectiveness of currently available treatments for acute and subacute mechanical non-specific low back pain 
    • Explore how clinicians can optimally facilitate self-management in patients with back pain 
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of Foot Levelers shoe orthotics with and without chiropractic treatment for chronic low back pain as compared with no treatment

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    Management of Common Conditions 255
    Hamstrings, Achilles Tendinopathy, Ankle Sprains & Plantar Heel Pain

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    • Explain current best practices for the diagnosis and management of Achilles tendinopathy 
    • Synthesize the evidence from randomized controlled trials to determine the clinical effectiveness of shockwave therapy, either as a monotherapy or part of a multimodal package of care for chronic mid- and insertional-Achilles tendinopathy 
    • Appraise an international, multi-disciplinary consensus statement on return to sport decisions after lateral ankle injuries 
    • Outline best practices in the management of plantar heel pain based on the latest evidence 
    • Establish the effectiveness of the Nordic Hamstring Exercise for preventing hamstring injuries in athletes

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    Management of Common Conditions 256

    Soft Tissue Treatment Lumbopelvic Spine


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    • Explain the biomechanics of the lumbopelvic spine
    • Describe the examination of the lumbopelvic spine
    • Explain the mechanism of scoliosis
    • Describe the pathological conditions of the lumbopelvic spine
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for pathological conditions of the lumbopelvic spine  

    Linda Simon, DC

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 101

    Soft Tissue Injury: The Neglected Cause of Musculoskeletal Disorders


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    • Explain the anatomy and functionality of healthy soft tissue components
    • Explain the effects of injury on soft tissue
    • Define effects of injured soft tissue on functionality of the spine and extremities
    • Discuss patterns of musculoskeletal relationships of recruiting other structures after injury and their effects on functionality
    • Describe various methods of treatment for dysfunctional soft tissue
    • Explain relationship of injured tissue to its surrounding structures, its effects and treatment
    • Explain compensation and recruitment of healthy tissue to the broader scope of complications and the effective treatment of primary and now secondary effects of injury
    • Describe rehabilitation exercises in relation to proprioception

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 101 - 104
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    Soft Tissue Injuries 103

    Comprehensive Introduction to Soft tissue Injury and Treatment


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    • Explain the types of soft tissue
    • Demonstrate and discuss diagnostic evaluation of soft tissue injury
    • Explain pain patterns of neurological injury for differential diagnosis
    • Discuss types of soft tissue injuries
    • Evaluate soft tissue changes associated with pain
    • Discuss the mechanisms of healing soft tissue injuries
    • Describe diagnostic tools in determining soft tissue injuries
    • Explain the use of ice and heat in soft tissue injuries
    • Demonstrate and discuss stretching; passive, active and postfacilitation
    • Demonstrate and discuss somatic technique
    • Demonstrate and discuss strain/counterstrain
    • Demonstrate and discuss friction massage
    • Demonstrate and discuss Postisometric relaxation
    • Demonstrate and discuss electrical muscle stimulation and ultrasound
    • Demonstrate and discuss triggerpoint ultrasound in treatment
    • Discuss massage therapy
    • Demonstrate and discuss myofascial release
    • Demonstrate and discuss active release
    • Demonstrate and discuss Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT)
    • Discuss cold laser therapy
    • Demonstrate and discuss exercise rehabilitation and muscle strengthening
    • Discuss mobilization and manipulation

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 104

    The Shoulder: Biomechanics, Pathology and Soft Tissue Treatment


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    • Explain the structural anatomy of the shoulder and its soft tissue
    • Explain the functional anatomy of the shoulder and its soft tissue.
    • Demonstrate the active and passive examination of the shoulder and soft tissue.
    • Describe pathological conditions of the bony structures, joints, ligaments, tendons, bursa and muscles of the shoulder
    • Describe sports injures to the shoulder.
    • Describe injuries to the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the shoulder.
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for pathological conditions of the bony structures, joints, ligaments, tendons, bursa and muscles of the shoulder.
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the shoulder.
    • Define functional relationships of the shoulder with associated regions

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 105

    Elbow, Wrist and Hand: Biomechanics, Pathology and Soft Tissue Treatment


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    • Explain the structural anatomy of the elbow, wrist, and hand and associated soft tissue
    • Explain the functional anatomy of the elbow, wrist, and hand and associated soft tissue
    • Demonstrate the passive examination of the elbow, wrist, and hand and associated soft tissue
    • Demonstrate the active examination of the elbow, wrist, and hand and associated soft tissue
    • Describe pathological conditions of the bony structures, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, fascia, bursa and nerves of the elbow, wrist, and hand
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for pathological conditions of the bony structures of the elbow, wrist and hand
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, fascia, bursa and nerves of the elbow, wrist and hand
    • Define functional relationships between the elbow, wrist and hand and with other regions

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 105 - 107
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    Soft Tissue Injuries 106

    The Cervical Spine: Biomechanics, Pathology and Soft Tissue Treatment


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    • Explain the structural anatomy of the bones and joints of the cervical spine, ligaments and muscles of the cervical spine and the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the cervical spine
    • Explain the functional anatomy of the bones and joints of the cervical spine, the ligaments and muscles of the cervical spine and the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the cervical spine
    • Demonstrate the passive examination of the bones and joints of the cervical spine, the ligaments and muscles of the cervical spine and the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the cervical spine
    • Demonstrate the active examination of the bones and joints of the cervical spine, the ligaments and muscles of the cervical spine and the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the cervical spine
    • Discuss imaging of the cervical spine
    • Discuss advanced testing of the soft tissue of the cervical spine
    • Describe pathological conditions of the bony structures, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the cervical spine
    • Explain the mechanism of acceleration/deceleration impact
    • Explain the effects on the cervical spine from acceleration/deceleration injury, and specifically the effects on the soft tissues structures
    • Explain the grading system for acceleration/deceleration injury
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the pathological conditions of the bony structures, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, blood vessels, nerves and fascia of the cervical spine
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the sequela of acceleration/deceleration injury
    • Define relationships of the cervical spine with other regions

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 107

    The TMJ: Biomechanics, Pathology and Soft Tissue Treatment


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    • Explain the structural anatomy of the TMJ and its soft tissue
    • Explain the functional anatomy of the TMJ and its soft tissue
    • Demonstrate the passive examination of the TMJ and soft tissue
    • Demonstrate the active examination of the TMJ and soft tissue
    • Describe pathological conditions of the bony structures of the TMJ
    • Describe pathological conditions of the joints of the TMJ
    • Describe pathological conditions of the ligaments of the TMJ
    • Describe pathological conditions of the muscles of the TMJ
    • Describe injuries to the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the TMJ
    • Describe injuries from acceleration/deceleration impact to the TMJ
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the joints of the TMJ
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the ligaments of the TMJ
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the muscles of the TMJ
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the TMJ
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for acceleration/deceleration injury to the TMJ
    • Define functional relationships of the TMJ with associated regions

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 108

    Thoracic Spine and Rib Cage: Biomechanics, Pathology and Soft Tissue Treatment


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    • Explain the structural anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the thoracic spine and rib cage
    • Explain the functional anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the thoracic spine and rib cage
    • Demonstrate the passive examination of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the thoracic spine and rib cage
    • Demonstrate the active examination of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the thoracic spine and rib cage
    • Discuss imaging of the thoracic spine and rib cage
    • Describe pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the thoracic spine and rib cage
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the thoracic spine and rib cage
    • Discuss relationships of the thoracic spine and ribs with other regions

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 109

    Lumbopelvic Spine: Biomechanics, Pathology and Soft Tissue Treatment


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    • Explain the structural anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the lumbopelvic spine
    • Explain the functional anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the lumbopelvic spine
    • Explain biomechanics of the lumbopelvic spine
    • Demonstrate the passive examination of bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the lumbopelvic spine
    • Demonstrate the active examination of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the lumbopelvic spine
    • Discuss radiographic imaging of the lumbopelvic spine
    • Discuss advanced testing of the soft tissue of the lumbopelvic spine
    • Describe pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the lumbopelvic spine
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the lumbopelvic spine
    • Define relationships of the lumbopelvic spine with other regions

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 110

    Hip and Knee: Biomechanics, Pathology and Soft Tissue Treatment


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    • Explain the structural anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the hip and knee
    • Explain the functional anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the hip and knee
    • Explain biomechanics of the hip and knee
    • Demonstrate the passive examination of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the hip and knee.
    • Demonstrate the active examination of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the hip and knee
    • Discuss radiographic imaging of the hip and knee
    • Discuss advanced testing of the soft tissue of the hip and knee
    • Describe pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the hip and knee
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the hip and knee
    • Define relationships of the hip and knee with other regions

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 111
    Ankle and Foot: Biomechanics, Pathology and Soft Tissue Treatment

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    • Explain the structural anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the ankle and foot
    • Explain the functional anatomy of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the ankle and foot
    • Explain biomechanics of the ankle and foot
    • Demonstrate the passive examination of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the ankle and foot
    • Demonstrate the active examination of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the ankle and foot
    • Discuss radiographic imaging of the ankle and foot
    • Discuss advanced testing of the soft tissue of the ankle and foot
    • Describe pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the ankle and foot
    • Demonstrate soft tissue treatments for the pathological conditions of the bones, joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia of the ankle and foot
    • Define relationships of the ankle and foot with other regions.

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 112

    Strain/Counterstrain: Theory, Technique and Treatment


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    • Discuss the development of strain/counterstrain
    • Describe the theory of strain/counterstrain
    • Describe the physiology of neuromuscular function
    • Describe the diagnosis of tenderpoints and treatment  prioritization
    • Discuss the technique of strain/counterstrain
    • Explain tenderpoints
    • Discuss method to locate tenderpoints
    • Describe conditions that respond to strain/counterstrain
    • Discuss treatment for the spine, TMJ and extremities
    • Discuss treatment for craniosacral dysfunctions

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 113
    Therapeutic Stretching and Exercise Rehabilitation

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    • Discuss the benefits and protocols of stretching
    • Discuss the theory and protocols of exercise rehabilitation
    • Discuss the evaluation of posture
    • Demonstrate postural corrections for the whole body
    • Discuss proprioception in relation to core stability
    • Demonstrate stretching and strengthening for the core
    • Demonstrate balance work in relation to core strength
    • Demonstrate stretching and strengthening for the foot, ankle, anterior compartment,  hamstrings, quadratus femoris, tensor fascia lata, adductor group, gluteal group, and iliopsoas, lumbar spine, thoracic spine, ribs, chest, cervical spine, TMG, shoulder, arm, forearm, wrist and hand
    • Describe Yoga and Pilates for the whole body

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 114

    Deep Tissue Muscle and Fascial Release: Evaluation and Treatment


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    • Explain the function of soft tissues
    • Describe the development of scar tissue and adhesions in fascia, connective tissue, muscles, tendons, ligaments and joint capsules
    • Discuss the benefits of deep tissue muscle and fascial release
    • Define friction massage
    • Describe friction massage for the upper extremity, lower extremity, spine and TMJ
    • Define myofascial release
    • Describe myofascial release for the upper extremity, lower extremity, spine and TMJ
    • Define active release
    • Describe active release for the upper extremity, lower extremity, spine and TMJ
    • Define trigger point ultrasound
    • Describe trigger point ultrasound for the upper extremity, lower extremity, spine and TMJ

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 115
    Active Myofascial Rehabilitation

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    • Educate patients on the function of soft tissues and the benefits of deep tissue muscle and fascial release.
    • Describe the development of scar tissue and adhesions in fascia, connective tissue, muscles, tendons, ligaments and joint capsules.
    • Perform postfacilitation stretch to the upper extremity, lower extremity and spine
    • Perform somatic technique for the upper extremity, lower extremity and spine
    • Utilize active release with your patient population
    • Perform postisometric relaxation for the upper extremity, lower extremity and spine
    • Apply therapeutic exercise and rehabilitative stretching with patients

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 116

    Understanding Acceleration/Deceleration Impact: Crash Reconstruction, Research, Injury and Treatment


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    • Describe the kinematics of acceleration/deceleration impact.
    • Comprehend the history and development of acceleration/deceleration research.
    • Defend injury manifestation using Whiplash guidelines and models.
    • Apply current model theories to better understand injury from acceleration/deceleration impact.
    • Explain to the patient the effects on the body during front, rear and side collisions.
    • Educate the patient on variables such as vehicle size and direction and the effects on the human frame during acceleration/deceleration impact.
    • Apply the variables of patient age, gender, size, etc during acceleration/deceleration impact.
    • Express an understanding of incidence, prevalence, injury and risk factors associated with acceleration/deceleration impact.
    • Describe the normal biomechanics of the cervical spine.
    • Discuss cervical spinal anatomy vulnerable to injury.
    • Define the nature of soft tissue structures; joints, ligaments, muscles, bursa, nerves, blood vessels and fascia.
    • Inform your patients of the symptoms and changes to soft tissue structures after acceleration/deceleration impact.
    • Explain the differences between scleratomal, dermatomal and myofascial pain.
    • Discuss prognosis after acceleration/deceleration impact.
    • Describe the normal biomechanics of the TMJ and associated soft tissue structures.
    • Discuss injury to the TMJ and associated soft tissue structures.
    • Explain the effects of trauma to the soft tissue of the spine, structures of the shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot after acceleration/deceleration impact.
    • Describe the normal biomechanics of the thoracic spine and rib cage.
    • Describe the normal biomechanics of the lumbopelvic spine.
    • Educate the patient on complicating factors for treatment after acceleration/deceleration impact.
    • Determine the necessity and value of imaging and advanced diagnostic imaging after acceleration/deceleration impact.
    • Perform complete examination of the soft tissue structures of the cervical spine, TMJ, thoracic spine, rib cage, lumbopelvic spine, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot after acceleration/deceleration impact.
    • Utilize treatment protocols for soft tissue damage after acceleration/deceleration impact.
    • Perform soft tissue treatments such as strain/counterstrain, postisometric relaxation, postfacilitation stretch, somatic technique, active and myofascial release, exercise and stretch, mobilization, manipulation and modalities.
    • Utilize above mentioned soft tissue techniques to treat the cervical spine, TMJ, thoracic spine, rib cage, lumbopelvic spine, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, ankle and foot after acceleration/deceleration impact.
    • Communicate to your patients the late effects of soft tissue injury after acceleration/deceleration impact.

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 117
    Functional Kinesiology and Movement; Biomechanics, Pathology and Treatment

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    • Describe biomechanics of movement of the joints, ligaments, muscles, tendons, bursa, nerves and fascia of the lower extremity, pelvis and spine, TMJ and upper extremity.
    • Explain weight distribution and movement of ligaments, muscle and fascia in relation to the feet as foundation.
    • Discuss soft tissue movement during standing, walking, running, twisting, bending, reaching and grasping.
    • Relate movement interactions and stresses on soft tissues from one body region to another.
    • Demonstrate to your patients, correct posture from the feet as foundation to the cervical spine.
    • Educate and demonstrate the correct use of the core in posture.
    • Show patients how to relax their shoulders using the thoracic spine as a lever.
    • Describe and demonstrate appropriate gait in relation to correct posture.
    • Explain to your patient how the soft tissue adapts to an unstable scoliosis.
    • Apply understanding of injury dynamics in individual soft tissue structures (ligament, musculotendon, bursa, nerve, fascia).
    • Interrelate soft tissue contractures from one region of the body to another.
    • Learn passive and active examination techniques for all soft tissue structures of the soft tissue structures mentioned in Educational Objective 1.
    • Review Applied Kinesiology as a tool for muscle isolation and clinical testing.
    • Differentiate muscle strength testing from the proprioception evaluation of Applied Kinesiology.
    • Integrate Applied Kinesiology examination and treatment into soft tissue evaluation and case management.
    • Clinical examination of soft tissue structures of the soft tissue structures mentioned in Educational Objective 1.
    • Apply examination findings into differentially diagnosing soft tissue fibrosis, scar tissue and adhesions, trigger points and pain radiation patterns.
    • Inter-relate different regions of the body with local soft tissue findings.
    • Discern appropriate clinical application for advanced imaging studies and soft tissue.
    • Apply treatment protocols for ice, heat, stretching, Somatic Technique, Strain/counterstrain, friction massage, post-isometric relaxation, modalities, massage techniques, myofascial release, active release, Neuromuscular therapy, cold laser, exercise rehabilitations, mobilization and manipulation.
    • Apply techniques mentioned in Educational Objective (above) as well as Applied Kinesiology to all joints, ligaments, muscles, tendons, bursa, nerves and fascia of the lower extremity, pelvis and spine, TMJ, and upper extremity.
    • Relate treatments to improved movement locally, regionally and other affected regions and educate your patient to reasonable goals.
    • View the soft tissue structures of the body as a whole with recognizable patterns of dysfunction and treat these soft tissues for greater flexibility and function.

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 118

    Soft Tissue Injury Examination


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    Hour 1

    • Discuss the soft tissues of the body for examination protocol and differential diagnosis.
    • Correlate soft tissue pain radiation patterns and history to focus examination to appropriate soft tissues.
    • Explain to your patient the types of soft tissue pain and injuries related to their condition.
    • Identify soft tissue dysfunction consistent with injury.
    • Utilize passive examination techniques to accurately record the effects of soft tissue injury to local and regional soft tissues.

    Hour 2

    • Utilize active examination techniques to accurately record the effects of soft tissue injury to local and regional soft tissues.
    • Discern between neurological muscle strength testing, proprioceptive muscle strength testing using Applied Kinesiology and actual muscle fiber strength.
    • Apply biomechanics of the upper and lower extremities, spine and TMJ to soft tissue examination protocol.
    • Relate the biomechanical movement of the soft tissues of the foot and ankle to associated soft tissues during evaluation.
    • Perform examination of the soft tissue structures of the foot and ankle as the biomechanical foundation of the body.

    Hour 3

    • Apply biomechanics of the entire lower extremity to soft tissue examination protocol.
    • Relate the biomechanical movement of the soft tissues of the knee to associated soft tissues for evaluation.
    • Perform examination of the soft tissue structures of the knee.
    • Relate the biomechanical movement of the soft tissues of the hip to associated soft tissues during evaluation.

    Hour 4

    • Perform examination of the soft tissue structures of the hip.
    • Relate the biomechanical movement of the soft tissues of the lumbopelvic spine to associated soft tissues for evaluation.
    • Describe the movement of the soft tissues of the lumbar spine and sacroiliac joints for better patient compliance.
    • Perform passive examination of the soft tissue structures of the lumbopelvic spine.

    Hour 5

    • Perform active examination of the soft tissue structures of the lumbopelvic spine.
    • Relate the biomechanical movement of the soft tissues of the thoracic spine and rib cage to associated soft tissues for evaluation.
    • Describe the movement of the soft tissues of the thoracic spine and rib cage for better patient compliance.
    • Perform passive and active examination of the soft tissue structures of the thoracic spine and rib cage.

    Hour 6

    • Summarize biomechanics of the soft tissues of the cervical spine in their relation to the cranium.
    • Relate the biomechanical movement of the soft tissues of the cervical sp8ine to associated soft tissues for evaluation.
    • Perform soft tissue passive and active examination of the cervical spine.
    • Determine cervical soft tissue dysfunction and its effects on the trunk, upper extremity and TMJ.

    Hour 7

    • Explain to patients the biomechanics of the TMJ in relation to their pain; and jaw and cervical spine dysfunction.
    • Relate TMJ dysfunction in relation to biomechanical disturbances to the soft tissue of the cervical spine.
    • Perform examination of the soft tissues of the TMJ with objective measurements to determine, record and track dysfunction and improvement.
    • Describe the biomechanical movements of the shoulder.
    • Relate the biomechanical movements of the shoulder to associated soft tissue structures of the cervical spine and thoracic spine and rib cage.

    Hour 8

    • Summarize biomechanics of the soft tissues of the elbow, wrist and hand for the purposes of examination.
    • Relate the rotational movement of the shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand to determine soft tissue injury and dysfunction to associated soft tissue structures.
    • Perform examination of the soft tissues of the elbow, wrist and hand to determine injury and dysfunction.
    • Utilize appropriate advanced imaging methods for particular soft tissue structures.

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 119
    Treatments for Soft Tissues of the Musculoskeletal Frame

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    Hour 1:

    • Comprehend the human frame as interrelated biomechanical systems.
    • Relate the functional anatomy of soft tissue structures to the movement of the human frame.
    • Discern the six types of soft tissue end feel for evaluation of injury.
    • Perform passive and active examination according to protocol developed by James Cyriax, MD.
    • Distinguish between the types of injury and their effects on the soft tissues.

    Hour 2:

    • Identify soft tissue changes associated with injury.
    • Discern which phase of healing is associated with the current presentation of injury.
    • Apply mechanisms of healing to treatment protocol.
    • Discuss diagnostic tools used to identify soft tissue injury.
    • Utilize appropriate ice, heat and stretch protocols in the treatment of soft tissue injury.

    Hour 3:

    • Explain and perform Somatic Technique and Strain/Counterstrain.
    • Understand friction anesthesia and palpatory methods for identifying trigger points.
    • Differentiate between Postisometric Relaxation and Postfacilitation Stretch.
    • Apply specific modalities for particular soft tissue injury patterns.
    • Perform soft tissue restriction release methods.

    Hour 4:

    • Discern between mobilization and manipulation.
    • Apply biomechanics of foot arch function to injury.
    • Explain dynamic changes of foot during weight bearing, and walking on even and uneven surfaces.
    • Utilize treatment protocols for common ankle sprains.
    • Perform osseous manipulation to the bones of the foot and ankle.

    Hour 5:

    • Perform Strain/Counterstrain on the foot and ankle as an effective tool to release spasm and fixations.
    • Discern and treat various pathological conditions related to the knee.
    • Utilize myofascial release techniques to treat entrapment syndromes of the lower extremity.
    • Explain functional movement of the hip.
    • Apply functional kinesiology to the evaluation and treatment of the muscles associated with the hip.

    Hour 6:

    • Utilize treatment methods for contracted soft tissues of the lateral hip.
    • Perform treatment protocols for the hamstrings/quadratus femoris.
    • Explain the dynamics of correct posture.
    • Recognize normal versus abnormal gait in patient observation.
    • Describe nutation and counternutation of the pelvis.

    Hour 7:

    • Understand the various movements and fixations patterns in the Sacroiliac joints.
    • Perform Strain/Counterstrain for the pelvis.
    • Utilize a disc pump correction for mild to moderate disc lesions.
    • Demonstrate James Cyriax MD protocol from manipulation of the low back.
    • Devise a treatment protocol for sprain of the iliolumbar ligament.

    Hour 8:

    • Apply movement dynamics of the lumbopelvic spine to soft tissue injury.
    • Utilize chest movement dynamics to help determine injury to the thoracic spine and rib cage.
    • Provide affective treatment of the rib cage specific to rib articulations.
    • Perform somatic Technique to the trapezius muscle for muscle awareness.
    • Apply treatments to soft tissues of the rib cage without using electric modalities.

    Hour 9:

    • Discuss cervical spine mechanics as it applies to soft tissue injury.
    • Create muscle awareness of the cervical extensor group with Somatic Technique.
    • Reduce pain and spasm in an acute cervical spine injury using Strain/Counterstrain.
    • Apply myofascial release to the soft tissues of the posterior cervico-thoracic spine.
    • Educate the patient on corrective scoliosis exercises.

    Hour 10:

    • Relate the functional anatomy of the TMJ to soft tissue injury.
    • Discern between Acute Closed lock and Acute Open Lock of the TMJ.
    • Apply soft tissue treatments to the muscles of the TMJ.
    • Use movement dynamics of the shoulder to better evaluate injury.
    • Utilize a variety of soft tissue treatment in the treatment of adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder.

    Hour 11:

    • Differentially diagnose acromioclavicular joint injury and apply treatment to grades 1-3.
    • Use soft tissue methods to treat the muscles of the rotator cuff.
    • Discern and treat soft tissue structures related to the scapula.
    • Perform a scapula mobilization technique to free up the functional scapulo-thoracic joint.
    • Apply mechanisms of throwing to soft tissue injury and treatment.

    Hour 12:

    • Describe various soft tissue treatments for the elbow, wrist and hand and related functional dynamics of injury.
    • Osseously manipulate the joints of the elbow, wrist and hand.
    • Perform soft tissue treatment methods for injury to the myofascia associated with the upper extremity.
    • Discern and treat all injured tendon sheath components of the wrist using soft tissue treatment methods.
    • Differentially diagnose and treat nerve entrapment syndromes for the upper extremity.

    Linda Simon, DC

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 120
    Modalities: Theories, Application and Treatment

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    • Explain the structural components of soft tissue.
    • Relate impact forces to functional movements of soft tissue and the development of scar tissue and adhesions.
    • Demonstrate diagnostic evaluation of soft tissue injury.
    • Differentially diagnose types of soft tissue injury.
    • Discuss the patterns of healing of soft tissue injuries.
    • Describe the diagnostic tools in determining soft tissue injuries.
    • Relate stress responses of soft tissues to development of structural and functional changes to injured tissues and their associated regions.
    • Perform diagnostic tests and order imaging to best determine injury to soft tissue.
    • Instruct the patient on correct application of ice and wet heat for soft tissue injury.
    • Perform and explain proper stretching; passive, active and postfacilitation of soft tissues.
    • Learn which therapy machines are best suited for your practice.
    • Utilize infrared and electrical muscle stimulation in soft tissue injury.
    • Apply appropriate contraindications of electric modalities to the individual patient’s care.
    • Discern between the various EMS options for each soft tissue and injury (Interferentail current, galvanic, microcurrent, sine wave, Russian stimulation).
    • Determine the most effective type of ultrasound for treatment of particular soft tissue injuries.
    • Learn the benefits and applications of cold laser therapy.
    • Understand the variety of massage therapy protocols and their applications.
    • Discuss the benefits of each form of modality with your patient.
    • Demonstrate and discuss exercise rehabilitation and muscle strengthening.
    • Apply a combination of modalities for specific conditions of the upper and lower extremities and the spine.

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 121

    Posture; Normal Biomechanics, Pathology and Treatment for Scoliosis and Spinal Distortion Syndromes.


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    • Discuss the normal function of soft tissues for support and movement to relate soft tissue injuries to postural anomalies. 
    • Utilize the evaluation of the feet as a foundation for full body postural adaptations.
    • Relate normal biomechanics of the foot, ankle, knee, hip, pelvis, spine, TMJ and upper extremities to normal posture and movement.
    • Apply findings of injured soft tissues of the foot, ankle, knee, hip, pelvis, spine, TMJ and upper extremities to evaluation of normal and abnormal postural distortions.
    • Discuss dynamic muscle stabilizers in the pelvis and abdominal core in relation to normal movement and fixations in the hip and pelvis.
    • Relate the thoracic spine and rib cage to dynamic movement and postural adaptations in the spine, upper and lower extremities.
    • Evaluate cervical joint dynamics in relation to compensations from the thoracic spine and rib cage, upper extremity and TMJ.
    • Discern impact of TMJ function on cervical spine posture and head tilt.
    • Relate abnormal scapular, glenohumeral joint and rotator cuff function to specific spinal and upper extremity postural distortions.
    • Educate the patient in normal standing, seated, computer ergonomic, reclined, recumbent positions and normal gait to discern and recognize postural abnormalities.
    • Relate functional dynamics during Acceleration/Deceleration Impact to soft tissue injury and postural adaptations to those injuries.
    • Define causative factors for Scoliosis and relate muscle disparities of the multifidus to spinal, pelvic, rib cage and shoulder postural distortions for treatment protocol.
    • Educate on causes of shoulder rounding, shoulder elevation; and backpack, throwing, tennis, golf, swimming, overhead sports injuries and their effects on spinal posture for rehabilitation.
    • Understand and apply soft tissue treatment methods for the three posture types of Somatic Technique Theory: Red Light, Green Light and Dark Vise.
    • Use Strain/Counterstrain, Friction Massage and Postisometric Relaxation as an effective tool for soft tissue damage contributing to postural distortion.
    • Apply soft tissue treatment methods, modalities and rehabilitation to Pelvic Crossed Syndrome and Shoulder Crossed Syndrome.
    • Apply Yoga for full body and regional postural corrections.
    • Understand and explain proper postures for dance, martial arts, running, cycling, baseball, golf, tennis, standing, walking, sitting, computer ergonomics and sleeping.

    Linda Simon, DC

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    Soft Tissue Injuries 122
    Headaches: Classifications, Examination, Pathological Conditions and Treatments of the Cranial Bones, Temporomandibular Joints and Cervical Spine Complex

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    • Utilize the World Health Organization (WHO) definition and classifications of headache complexes.
    • Discern headache types using the International Headache Society definition and classifications of headache complexes.
    • Integrate the Cleveland Clinic Headache classifications, descriptions, causes and treatment protocols.
    • Compare efficacy in Cleveland Clinic treatment protocols of stress management, biofeedback, pharmaceuticals and prevention guidelines with manual medicine for outcome for your patients.
    • Explain headache complexes in children and adults.
    • Discuss Craniopathy and Cranial Osteopathy and its application in treating headaches.
    • Apply the three approaches for Cranial Osteopathy; meningeal, reflex and sutural.
    • Determine appropriate conditions indicated for use of Craniopathy and contraindications.
    • Examine cranial bone anatomy.
    • Integrate brain and spinal cord anatomy in relation to cranial bone anatomy and function.
    • Relate spinal dural anatomy to dural torque in the cervical spine and cranium and its relationship to headaches.
    • Collate signs and symptoms of traumatic brain injury into the evaluation of the cranium and headaches.  
    • Relate the function of the cranial bones with the temporomandibular joint (TMJ).
    • Utilize the structural and functional anatomy of the soft tissues of the TMJ for differential diagnosis of headaches and jaw dysfunction.
    • Apply functional anatomy of the TMJ to functional anatomy of the cranial bones and cervical spine in relation to headaches.
    • Demonstrate the evaluation of mandibular gait and disc condyle gait, normal and pathological.
    • Define muscles of the jaw and cranium and their interrelationship regarding headaches and cranial faults.
    • Relate the function of the cranial bones with the cervical spine.
    • Utilize the structural and functional anatomy of the cervical spine for examination of soft tissues and pathology related to headaches.
    • Determine which soft tissue structures when dysfunctional lead to headaches.
    • Discern soft tissue pathology from examination for the differential diagnosis of causative factors headaches.
    • Apply the functional anatomy of the TMJ and cervical spine to pathological conditions in these regions that can cause headaches.
    • Explain the history and definitions of Craniopathy from 1596 - present.
    • Explain the history and definition of Cranial Osteopathy and Craniosacral Therapy in Osteopathic Medicine.
    • Determine pathology in the TMJ through thorough history using passive and active examination procedures and relate findings to headaches.
    • Apply the VROM (vertical range of motion) scale to TMJ movement analysis.
    • Treat the TMJ using a variety of methods.
    • Perform Cranial Bone examination to find cranial faults using Sacro Occipital Technique (SOT) and relate findings to headaches.
    • Apply Mind Language to cranial bone evaluation for SOT Category I and II.
    • Perform Cranial Bone examination to find cranial faults using Applied Kinesiology (AK) and relate findings to headaches.
    • Demonstrate effective muscle testing techniques when applying AK for cranial bone examination.
    • Diagram the sequencing of Cranial Bone Examination using AK and its application during treatment.
    • Differentially diagnose individual cranial faults and their relationship to one another during examination and treatment.
    • Treat cranial bone faults using the methods discussed.
    • Determine soft tissue and joint pathology in the cervical spine using active and passive examination procedures as well as functional testing to relate findings to headaches.
    • Differentiate pain quality between the soft tissue structures (periosteum, joint, ligament, muscle, tendon, bursa, fascia, vascular and nerve).
    • Utilize motion palpation as a tool to determine cervical spine joint fixation and dysfunction.
    • Apply soft tissue palpation methods to evaluate the soft tissues of the cervical spine.
    • Assess the cervical spine soft tissue structures using passive and active functional testing.
    • Detect pathological conditions of the soft tissues of the TMJ as they relate to headaches.
    • Relate the mechanics of Acceleration Deceleration Impact of the TMJ as a causative factor in injury and relationship to headaches.
    • Assess pathological conditions of the soft tissue structures of the cervical spine (periosteum, joint, ligament, muscle, tendon, bursa, fascia, vascular and nerve) and relate the pertinent conditions to headaches.
    • Detect bony defects, osseous and congenital that alter function in the cervical spine with the potential causative factor for headaches.
    • Interpolate findings of scoliosis as a complicating factor in cervical spine dysfunction in relation to headaches.
    • Relate the mechanics of Acceleration Deceleration Impact of the cervical spine as a causative factor in soft tissue injury and relationship to headaches.
    • Apply treatment protocols for headaches using Craniopathy and Sacro-Occipital Technique (SOT) to address pathological conditions of the TMJ.
    • Apply treatment protocols for headaches using soft tissue methods, modalities and manipulation for the pathological conditions of the TMJ.
    • Apply treatment protocols for headaches using Craniopathy and SOT for the cranial bones and TMJ.
    • Apply treatment protocols for headaches using Craniopathy and Applied Kinesiology (AK).
    • Develop treatment sequencing practices and corrections for cranial faults in relationship to headaches.
    • Integrate sinus congestion corrections into treatment protocols for cranial faults and headaches.
    • Determine the effects of the rebound in the closed system of the cranium and apply the findings to cranial bone treatment.
    • Apply treatment protocols for headaches using soft tissue methods, modalities and manipulation for the pathological conditions of the cervical spine.
    • Determine pain radiation patterns of trigger points in the cervical spine in relation to head pain.
    • Evaluate the most conducive manual methods to determine the most affective soft tissue treatments of the soft tissues of the cervical spine including Strain Counterstrain, postfacilitation stretch, somatic technique, postisometric relaxation, modalities, massage, manipulation and mobilization.
    • Apply manual methods, modalities, mobilization and manipulation to pathological conditions cervical spine in relation to headaches.
    • Apply treatment protocols to scoliosis in relation to cervical spine dysfunction and headaches.
    • Relate treatment of the cervical spine after Acceleration Deceleration Impact to the treatment of headaches.
    • Review a case study on the use of cranial fault correction, manipulation, manual methods and modalities in a patient with Cluster Headaches.
    • Derive confidence in treating severe headache complexes using soft tissue treatments, Craniopathy, modalities and manual methods.

    Linda Simon, DC

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    Expires: 2024-07-01