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Peripheral Radicular Pain Model (Module-3)

£485.00

Glasgow 7th and 8th March 2024

Neuro Connective Model (Module-3) is a two-day course and has a total credit or CEU’s of 20 HRS which consists of 4 HRS Pre Reading and 16 HRS of practical lab session.

Synopsis

  • The Neuro Connective Model (Module 3) hypothesize that the human body has a neuro connective schema (head to toe) & FIDN exactly addresses the memory of the schema.
  •  The neuro connective schema memory is based on the natural movement sequences; hence working on the fascia is like working on the Movement Disorder Syndromes (MOS).
  • The Neuro Connective Model (Module 3) addresses fascia & myofascia, which connects neuro musculoskeletal, visceral & vascular connections. It follows the sequence where it's more of three-dimensional approach considering the neurophysiology of human body.
  • The advancedNeuro Connective Model (Module 3) addresses fascia! aponeurosis, ligaments, myotendinous junction, retinacula, periosteum, and intermuscular fibers as a fascia! connective tissue, which is visible to naked eye but a forgotten Structure.
  • In Neuro Connective Model (Module 3) it is less important particularly regarding the layer of the body where fascia is located but the sequence remains important.
  • The Neuro Connective Model (Module 3) addresses fascia because the fascia registers the movement of muscles & the supporting connective tissue which may be a true movement or a change in muscle tension.
  • It is the ability of the fascia on perception of pain that is nociception is affected & severe pain is triggered & contributes lot of disturbance on the locomotor system.
  • The Neuro Connective Model (Module 3) especially concentrates on the fact that the fascia can contract without the influence of the associated skeletal muscle & it is possible that the fascia can go in relaxation after the dry needling procedure.

Pre-Study Material

  1.  What is Neuro Connective dry needling?
  2.  Introduction to Neuro Connective domain.
  3.  Evolution of the N euro Connective dry needling, a Paradigm shift from biomechanics to neurophysiology in dry needling.
  4.  What is Neuro Connective dry needling model?

Course Details & Itinerary Day 1

9.00 am to 10.30 am

  1. Needling in the world of Neuro Connective module.
  2. Dynamics of Neuro Connective chain.
  3. Understanding needle, nerve bed & fascia.
  4. Dynamics of three comprehensive networks of the human body.
  5. Neuro Connective anatomical stations & palpation.

10:30 am to 12:00 noon

(A) The functional integrated approach of needling of the superficial back Neuro Connective myofascial segment & its bony stations will be explained in detail with the practical Lab sessions:

Myofascial Segment:

  1. Plantar Fascia
  2. Gastrocnemius/ Achilles Tendon
  3. Hamstrings
  4. Sacrotuberous Ligament
  5. Sacrolumbar fascia/ Erector Spinae
  6. Epicranial fascia.

12:00 Noon to 1:00 pm

Lunch

1:00 pm to 3:30 pm

(B) The functional integrated approach of needling of the superficial front Neuro Connective myofascial segment & its bony stations will be explained in detail with the practical Lab sessions: Myofascial Segment:

  1. Toe Extensors, Tibialis Anterior & Anterior crural compartment
  2. Sub - Patellar tendon
  3. Rectus Femoris/ Quadriceps
  4. Rectus Abdominalis
  5. Sternochondral fascia
  6. Sternocleidomastoid
  7. Anterior Scalp fascia

(C) The functional integrated approach of needling of the deep front Neuro Connective myofascial segment & its bony stations will be explained in detail with the practical Lab sessions: Myofascial Segment:

  1. Tibialis Posterior
  2. Fascia of Popliteus/ Knee capsule
  3. Posterior Intermuscular Septum, Adductor Magnus & Minimus
  4. Pelvic Floor fascia
  5. Anterior Sacral fascia
  6. Anterior Intermuscular Septum, Adductor Brevis & Longus
  7. Iliacus, Pectineus
  8. Anterior longitudinal ligament
  9. Diaphragm
  10. Mediastinum
  11. Transverse Thoracis
  12. Fascia Pretrachialis
  13. Supra Hyoid
  14. Scalene

3:30 pm to 5:00 pm

(D) The functional integrated approach of needling of the Lateral Neuro Connective Myofascial Segment & its bony stations will be explained in detail with the practical Lab sessions:

  1. Peroneus Longus (Fibularis Longus ), lateral crural compartment
  2. Anterior Ligament of head of fibula
  3. Iliotibial Tract
  4. Tensor fascia lata
  5. Gluteus Maximus
  6. Lateral Abdominal Obliques
  7. External and Internal Intercostals
  8. Splenus Capitis

Day 2

9:00 am to 10:30 am

(A) The functional integrated approach of needling of the Spiral Neuro Connective myofascial segment & its bony stations will be explained in detail with the practical Lab sessions:

  1. Occipital ridge
  2. Splenus Capitis(3) Rhomboids Major and Minor
  3. Serratus Anterior
  4. External Oblique, Abdominal Aponeurosis & Internal Oblique
  5. Tensor Fascia Lata
  6. Tibialis Anterior
  7. Peroneus Longus
  8. Biceps Femoris
  9. Sacrotuberous ligament
  10. Sacrolumbar Fascia, Erector spinae

10:30 am to 12:00 noon

(B) The functional integrated approach of needling of the Superficial Front arm N euro Connective myofascial Segment & its bony stations will be explained in detail with the practical Lab sessions:
Myofascial Segment:

  1. Pectoralis Major
  2. Latismus Dorsi
  3. Medial Intermuscular Septum
  4. Palmaris Longus
  5. Pronator teres
  6. Flexor carpi ulnaris
  7. Flexor carpi radialis
  8. Flexor retinaculum

12:00 Noon to 1:00 pm

Lunch

1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

(C) The functional integrated approach of needling of the Deep Front Arm Neuro Connective myofascial segment & its bony stations will be explained in detail with the practical Lab sessions: Myofascial Segment­

  1. Pectoralis Minor
  2. Clevipectoral fascia
  3. Biceps Brachii
  4. Radial Periosteum
  5. Radial Collateral Ligament
  6. Thenar Muscles (Abductor Pollicis Brevis, Flexor Pollicis Brevis, Opponens Pollicis)

(D) The functional integrated approach of needling of the Superficial Back arm Myofascial Segment & its bony stations will be explained in detail with the practical Lab sessions:
Myofascial Segment:

  1. Upper and middle trapezius
  2. Posterior Deltoid
  3. Lateral Intermuscular Septum
  4. Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
  5. Extensor Digitorum of hand
  6. Extensor carpi radialis longus
  7. Extensor carpi radialis brevis
  8. Extensor Pollicis Longus
  9. Extensir Digiti minimi

(E) The functional integrated approach of needling of the Deep Back Arm chain Myofascial Segment & its bony stations will be explained in detail with the practical Lab sessions:
Myofascial Segment:

  1. Levator Scapuli
  2. Rotator cuff
  3. Triceps Brachii
  4. Ulnar Periosteum
  5. Ulnar Collateral Ligament
  6. Hypothenar Muscles Abductor Digiti Minimi, Flexor Diditi Minimi Brevis, Opponens Digiti Minimi, Palmaris Brevis)

3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

(F) The functional integrated approach of needling of the Functional chain Myofascial Segment & its bony stations will be explained in detail with the practical Lab sessions:
Myofascial Segment:

  1. Latismus Dorsi
  2. Lumbodorsal & Sacral Fascia
  3. Gluteus Maximus
  4. Vastus lateralis
  5. Sub-patellar Tendon
  6. Lower Edge of Pectoralis Major
  7. Lateral sheath of rectus abdominalis
  8. Adductor Longus

4:00 pm To 4:30 pm

  1. Principles and treatment of scar tissue
  2. De Quervain's Syndrome
  3. Trigger finger

4:30 pm To 5:00 pm

Exam: Theory & Practical

Course Venue

1186 Argyle St,
Finnieston,
Glasgow G3 8TE, United Kingdom