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CHIROPRACTIC DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL

THE NEUROLOGY OF CHIROPRACTIC

5 - 6 August 2017 . Marriott Courtyard . Sydney . NSW

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CHIROPRACTIC DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL

THE NEUROLOGY OF CHIROPRACTIC

5 - 6 August 2017 . Marriott Courtyard . Sydney . NSW

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CLINICAL TRAINING & COMMUNICATION PROGRAM

Module 1 - The Neurology of Chiropractic

The goal of Module 1 is to renew your clarity about what you do in everyday practice, no matter what technique you use or your specialisation. At the core of this Module is a clinical framework for chiropractic practice - a model that aims to unite all chiropractic approaches based upon the common mechanisms of action within the central nervous system. From the mechanical aspect of ‘skeletal misalignment’, to the brainstem control of postural stability, right up to the influence on cerebellar and cortical function. This framework will enhance your understanding, guide your thinking and strengthen your communication.

It is now well recognised that the effects of chiropractic go beyond the mechanical. Our neuroscience understanding is rapidly evolving - offering so many opportunities for describing the changes that we observe in our patients every day using principles of neurophysiology that are well recognised. Crucial to this is an understanding of how we influence both the peripheral and central nervous systems. This pursuit requires an intimate knowledge of the fundamental building blocks that we work with - mechanoreceptors and neural connections that are plastic and mouldable.
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UNDERSTANDING NEUROLOGY
THE FOUNDATION OF CHIROPRACTIC
Every day we see spines that are in a state of dysfunction and pain, and our job is to attach recognised diagnoses to them. But do we ever stop to ask what has already failed when a patient suffers a tissue injury - such as a disc lesion or facet impaction? What factors might then 'trip' their central nervous system towards a state of chronic pain?

The old view was that our brains were ‘hardwired’ and the body simply responded to its commands. Persistent pain and dysfunction were viewed in a very mechanical way - essentially as a problem of the ‘moving parts’. But we now appreciate that the reality is quite the opposite.

Our brains are being constantly remoulded by the way we move our joints. Module 1 will explore how skilled passive movements of the human frame (adjustments) could help our patients to ‘re-learn’ how to use their joint system in a more healthy and complete way. We will bring together the evidence to look at how replacing a missing sensory input may reduce, or even prevent, many of the structural pathologies that we diagnose in the spines of our patients every day.

Ultimately, our skeletal systems are suffering as a direct result of our modern lifestyle. Movement patterns are less variable and more repetitive. Disused neural connections fade, while brain maps of joint motion shrink to the level of our movement poverty. Module 1 takes a close look at how these changes occur and what we can do to reverse them.

By the end of the program your appreciation of daily practice will be very different. You will leave with a greater understanding of your role as a chiropractor. You will appreciate how to use physical forces to change neurological function, and with it, human performance. You'll see how the delivery of targeted mechanical forces to the spinal joint system could influence spinal stability, posture, balance, autonomic function, pain perception, visual acuity and even cognition. We will assemble all of this into a framework for applying neuroscience in a meaningful way to daily practice. So take the next step with your professional develop and enrol in Module 1 now.
CPD POINTS AWARDED
This program has been submitted for categorisation by CAA National for 13.5 formal learning hours (FLA).
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UNDERSTANDING NEUROLOGY
THE FOUNDATION OF CHIROPRACTIC
Every day we see spines that are in a state of dysfunction and pain, and our job is to attach recognised diagnoses to them. But do we ever stop to ask what has already failed when a patient suffers a tissue injury - such as a disc lesion or facet impaction? What factors might then 'trip' their central nervous system towards a state of chronic pain?

The old view was that our brains were ‘hardwired’ and the body simply responded to its commands. Persistent pain and dysfunction were viewed in a very mechanical way - essentially as a problem of the ‘moving parts’. But we now appreciate that the reality is quite the opposite.

Our brains are being constantly remoulded by the way we move our joints. Module 1 will explore how skilled passive movements of the human frame (adjustments) could help our patients to ‘re-learn’ how to use their joint system in a more healthy and complete way. We will bring together the evidence to look at how replacing a missing sensory input may reduce, or even prevent, many of the structural pathologies that we diagnose in the spines of our patients every day.

Ultimately, our skeletal systems are suffering as a direct result of our modern lifestyle. Movement patterns are less variable and more repetitive. Disused neural connections fade, while brain maps of joint motion shrink to the level of our movement poverty. Module 1 takes a close look at how these changes occur and what we can do to reverse them.

By the end of the program your appreciation of daily practice will be very different. You will leave with a greater understanding of your role as a chiropractor. You will appreciate how to use physical forces to change neurological function, and with it, human performance. You'll see how the delivery of targeted mechanical forces to the spinal joint system could influence spinal stability, posture, balance, autonomic function, pain perception, visual acuity and even cognition. We will assemble all of this into a framework for applying neuroscience in a meaningful way to daily practice. So take the next step with your professional develop and enrol in Module 1 now.
CPD POINTS AWARDED
This program has been submitted for categorisation by CAA National
for 13.5 formal learning hours (FLA).
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UNDERSTANDING NEUROLOGY
THE FOUNDATION OF CHIROPRACTIC
Every day we see spines that are in a state of dysfunction and pain, and our job is to attach recognised diagnoses to them. But do we ever stop to ask what has already failed when a patient suffers a tissue injury - such as a disc lesion or facet impaction? What factors might then 'trip' their central nervous system towards a state of chronic pain?

The old view was that our brains were ‘hardwired’ and the body simply responded to its commands. Persistent pain and dysfunction were viewed in a very mechanical way - essentially as a problem of the ‘moving parts’. But we now appreciate that the reality is quite the opposite.

Our brains are being constantly remoulded by the way we move our joints. Module 1 will explore how skilled passive movements of the human frame (adjustments) could help our patients to ‘re-learn’ how to use their joint system in a more healthy and complete way. We will bring together the evidence to look at how replacing a missing sensory input may reduce, or even prevent, many of the structural pathologies that we diagnose in the spines of our patients every day.

Ultimately, our skeletal systems are suffering as a direct result of our modern lifestyle. Movement patterns are less variable and more repetitive. Disused neural connections fade, while brain maps of joint motion shrink to the level of our movement poverty. Module 1 takes a close look at how these changes occur and what we can do to reverse them.

By the end of the program your appreciation of daily practice will be very different. You will leave with a greater understanding of your role as a chiropractor. You will appreciate how to use physical forces to change neurological function, and with it, human performance. You'll see how the delivery of targeted mechanical forces to the spinal joint system could influence spinal stability, posture, balance, autonomic function, pain perception, visual acuity and even cognition. We will assemble all of this into a framework for applying neuroscience in a meaningful way to daily practice. So take the next step with your professional develop and enrol in Module 1 now.
CPD POINTS AWARDED
This program has been submitted for categorisation by CAA National for 13.5 formal learning hours (FLA).
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UNDERSTANDING NEUROLOGY
THE FOUNDATION OF CHIROPRACTIC
Every day we see spines that are in a state of dysfunction and pain, and our job is to attach recognised diagnoses to them. But do we ever stop to ask what has already failed when a patient suffers a tissue injury - such as a disc lesion or facet impaction? What factors might then 'trip' their central nervous system towards a state of chronic pain?

The old view was that our brains were ‘hardwired’ and the body simply responded to its commands. Persistent pain and dysfunction were viewed in a very mechanical way - essentially as a problem of the ‘moving parts’. But we now appreciate that the reality is quite the opposite.

Our brains are being constantly remoulded by the way we move our joints. Module 1 will explore how skilled passive movements of the human frame (adjustments) could help our patients to ‘re-learn’ how to use their joint system in a more healthy and complete way. We will bring together the evidence to look at how replacing a missing sensory input may reduce, or even prevent, many of the structural pathologies that we diagnose in the spines of our patients every day.

Ultimately, our skeletal systems are suffering as a direct result of our modern lifestyle. Movement patterns are less variable and more repetitive. Disused neural connections fade, while brain maps of joint motion shrink to the level of our movement poverty. Module 1 takes a close look at how these changes occur and what we can do to reverse them.

By the end of the program your appreciation of daily practice will be very different. You will leave with a greater understanding of your role as a chiropractor. You will appreciate how to use physical forces to change neurological function, and with it, human performance. You'll see how the delivery of targeted mechanical forces to the spinal joint system could influence spinal stability, posture, balance, autonomic function, pain perception, visual acuity and even cognition. We will assemble all of this into a framework for applying neuroscience in a meaningful way to daily practice. So take the next step with your professional develop and enrol in Module 1 now.
CPD POINTS AWARDED
This program has been submitted for categorisation by CAA National for 13.5 formal learning hours (FLA).
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MODULE DETAILS
EVENT LOCATION

Courtyard by Marriott North Ryde
7-11 Talavera Rd
Macquarie Park NSW

Tel: (02) 9491 9500

DATES & SESSION TIMES

5 - 6 August 2017

Saturday: 9 am - 5.00 pm
Sunday: 8 am - 3.00 pm

COURSE FEES

Chiropractors:
AUD $880 Early Bird
AUD $990 Full Fee

Students:
AUD $550 Early Bird
AUD $660 Full Fee

1st Year Grad:
AUD $770 Early Bird
AUD $880 Full Fee

*Early Bird until 8 July

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MODULE DETAILS
EVENT LOCATION

Courtyard by Marriott North Ryde
7-11 Talavera Rd
Macquarie Park NSW

Tel: (02) 9491 9500

DATES & SESSION TIMES

5 - 6 August 2017

Saturday: 9 am - 5.00 pm
Sunday: 8 am - 3.00 pm

COURSE FEES

Chiropractors:
AUD $880 Early Bird
AUD $990 Full Fee

Students:
AUD $550 Early Bird
AUD $660 Full Fee

1st Year Grad:
AUD $770 Early Bird
AUD $880 Full Fee

*Early Bird until 8 July

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MODULE DETAILS
EVENT LOCATION

Courtyard by Marriott North Ryde
7-11 Talavera Rd
Macquarie Park NSW

Tel: (02) 9491 9500

DATES & SESSION TIMES

5 - 6 August 2017

Saturday: 9 am - 5.00 pm
Sunday: 8 am - 3.00 pm

COURSE FEES

Chiropractors:
AUD $880 Early Bird
AUD $990 Full Fee

Students:
AUD $550 Early Bird
AUD $660 Full Fee

1st Year Grad:
AUD $770 Early Bird
AUD $880 Full Fee

*Early Bird until 8 July

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MODULE DETAILS
EVENT LOCATION

Courtyard by Marriott North Ryde
7-11 Talavera Rd
Macquarie Park NSW

Tel: (02) 9491 9500

DATES & SESSION TIMES

5 - 6 August 2017

Saturday: 9 am - 5.00 pm
Sunday: 8 am - 3.00 pm

COURSE FEES

Chiropractors:
AUD $880 Early Bird
AUD $990 Full Fee

Students:
AUD $550 Early Bird
AUD $660 Full Fee

1st Year Grad:
AUD $770 Early Bird
AUD $880 Full Fee

*Early Bird until 8 July

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If you have any questions then please contact us. To avoid disappointment we advise that you register early, as this Module will sell out.
enrolments@cdi.edu.au
+61 2 9489 9984
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If you have any questions then please contact us. To avoid disappointment we advise that you register early, as this Module will sell out.
enrolments@cdi.edu.au
+61 2 9489 9984
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If you have any questions then please contact us. To avoid disappointment we advise that you register early, as this Module will sell out.
enrolments@cdi.edu.au
+61 2 9489 9984
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If you have any questions then please contact us. To avoid disappointment we
advise that you register early, as this Module will sell out.
enrolments@cdi.edu.au
+61 2 9489 9984