In this course, we will address the neurological, muscular and skeletal components of joint dysfunctions using Trauma-Free Treatment℠ protocols that address myotonic facilitation.
The skeletal component is addressed by using slow, controlled distraction of locked joints.
The muscular component is treated with specific muscle manipulations at the attachment points.
The neurologic component is addressed by reprogramming memory engrams using kinesthetic stimulation.
In this course, you will:
- discover the muscle hypertonicity causing skeletal distortion
- identify the proprioceptors causing muscle hypertonicity
- stimulate the proprioceptors to induce muscle homeostasis
- confirm neuro-muscular integration progression
- Quickly distinguish neuromuscular dysfunction with accuracy
- Restore mobility and muscle power output instantly
- Unlock joints using minimal effort
- Correct nerve dysfunction immediately and progressively
- Objectively validate and document results
- Create functional changes that amaze patients
Myotonic Facilitation Concepts
- Healthy muscles are Strong-Flexible-Pain Free(SM)
- Muscles control the movement and alignment of bones
- Nerve proprioceptors regulate the power output of muscles
- Muscle adhesions need detangled to allow maximum fiber recruitment
- Muscle spindles respond best to perpendicular corrective forces
- Golgi Tendon Organ correction is into the origins
- Dynamic Motion Analysis
- Eccentric Break Muscle Testing
- Advanced Muscle Palpation
- Nerve Integration Techniques (The Wow! Factor)
- Rehabilitation Protocols
This course is generally taught 2-4 times per year. The next course date is scheduled for March 11th. Future courses will be held on September 30th and November 4th, 2023. Courses are held both live at Turnbull Clinic and online via Zoom.
Continuing education credit is available and accredited by the Oregon Board of Chiropractic Examiners.