Neurology for the Common Joe and Jane (part one)
This is part one of a two part seminar on neurological diagnosis and treatment of commonly seen neuro problems in our animal patients.
This course focuses on the peripheral nervous system. This would include diagnosis and treatment of:
• Pain syndromes
• Peripheral nerve entrapment syndromes • Plexus syndromes
• Spinal nerve and radicular syndromes
• Ventral horn syndromes and dysfunction
Lesions of the peripheral nervous system may be the most commonly missed issue in animal practice. There are no easy diagnostic tools available to the veterinarian or chiropractor to identify peripheral nervous system involvement.
In this course a review of peripheral nervous system anatomy and physiology will be taught.
• A simple diagnostic algorithm will be taught that will accurately diagnosis the longitudinal level of the peripheral lesion.
• Applied Kinesiological methods will be utilized to diagnosis the cause and thus the treatment for these peripheral lesions.
Part 2 of this series will covers diagnosis and treatment of:
1. Spinal cord issues
2. Functional cortical and brain stem asymmetries
Learners attending this course must have completed AK and FN 1 and 2 or the basic Animal Chiropractic course taught at the Health Pioneers Institute.
Northern Illinois University Conference Center
December 8 – December 10 8:00a – 6:00p
December 11 : 8:00a – 12:00p