Instituto Wilson Mello

COORDENADORES DO CURSO:

• Dan Gotilieb Pindelwasser
• Rodrigo Vasconcelos 

 

PROGRAMA | MEMBRO SUPERIORES

Highlights:

• general neurodynamic principles applied to the entire body and specifically  the upper quarter, including the cervical spine, shoulder/brachial plexus and other upper limb nerves at the elbow and wrist
• classifications of structures and mechanisms for diagnosis and treatment
• neurodynamic sequencing - a mechanism that can be used to make neurodynamic technique more specific than in the past
• how to differentiate nerve from other tissues with mechanical testing
• how to make diagnosis and treatment more specific than before.

Concept of neurodynamics

• general neurodynamic principles applied to the entire body and specifically  the upper quarter, including the cervical spine, shoulder/brachial plexus, and other upper limb nerves at the elbow and wrist
• neurodynamic sequencing - a mechanism that can be used to make neurodynamic technique more specifically than in the past
• how to differentiate nerve from other tissues with mechanical testing

Neurodynamic sequencing

• a method used to select and create progressions for patients
• appropriate for patients with severe neural pain progressed to the  athlete, performing artist and sports person

Bilateral and contralateral neurodynamic testing

• upper limb neurodynamic tests for cervical nerve root and acute dural pain
• progressional system to reduce force on nerve roots and progressively load them for more advanced patients
• acute care model for the cervical nerve root

Neuropathodynamics 

• expands the boundaries and classifications of neurodynamic dysfunctions
• interface, opening and closing dysfunctions
• neural tension and sliding dysfunctions

Neurodynamic testing

• MNT1, MNT2, RNT, UNT, RSNT and sensitisation techniques

Planning the physical examination

• how not to provoke pain but still treat the neurodynamic component
• how to sensitize the examination and treatment for hidden neurodynamic problems, level 1, 2 and type 3a, 3b, 3c examinations

Diagnosis with neurodynamic tests

• differentiating neural tissue from neuromusculoskeletal tissues
• establishing what is normal and abnormal
• what to do next

Method of treatment

• system of technique progression
• hypersensitivity problems
• subtle and hidden neural component and sensitised treatments
• directing treatment at pathophysiology
• progression from pathophysiology to pathomechanics

Treatment progressions

• cervical nerve root foraminal opening and closing dysfunctions
• neural tension dysfunction
• combined neural tension and reduced closing dysfunctions (level/type 3c)​
• lateral elbow pain, carpal tunnel syndrome.


PROGRAMA | MEMBROS INFERIORES

Highlights:

• general neurodynamic principles applied to the entire body and specifically  the lower quarter, including the lumbar spine, hip and piriformis syndrome, hamstring injury and heel pain due to tibial and medial calcaneal nerve disorders
• classifications of structures and mechanisms for diagnosis and treatment
• neurodynamic sequencing - a mechanism that can be used to make neurodynamic technique more specific than in the past
• how to differentiate nerve from other tissues with mechanical testing
• how to make diagnosis and treatment more specific than before.

Concept of neurodynamics

• general neurodynamic principles applied to the entire body and specifically  the lower quarter, including the lumbopelvic region, hip pain and piriformis syndrome, hamstring strain and neurodynamic aspect to heel pain
• neurodynamic sequencing - a mechanism that can be used to make neurodynamic technique more specifically than in the past
• how to differentiate nerve from other tissues with mechanical testing

Neurodynamic sequencing

• a method used to select and create progressions for patients
• appropriate for patients with severe neural pain progressed to the  athlete, performing artist and sports person

Bilateral and contralateral neurodynamic testing

• lower limb neurodynamic tests for lumbar nerve root and acute dural pain
• progressional system to reduce force on lumbar nerve roots and progressively load them for more advanced patients
• acute care model for the lumbar nerve root
• how to take tension off the lumbar nerve root

Neuropathodynamics 

• expands the boundaries and classifications of neurodynamic dysfunctions
• lumbar interface, opening and closing dysfunctions
• lumbar neural tension and sliding dysfunctions

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Palestrante

DR. MICHAEL SHACKLOCK
DipPhysio, MAppSc, FACP, NDS Instructor, founding director


Michael graduou-se pela Escola de Auckland de Fisioterapia, Nova Zelândia, em 1980. Trabalhou em hospitais públicos em medicina, cirurgia, pediatria, ortopedia, geriatria, terapia intensiva na Nova Zelândia antes de ingressar em consultórios particulares. Em 1985 mudou-se para Adelaide, Austrália, trabalhando no Royal Adelaide Hospital e em clínicas particulares em Adelaide. Ele completou um Diploma de Graduação em Terapia Avançada de Manipulação em 1989 e o converteu a um mestrado na Universidade da Austrália do Sul em 1993. Foi premiado como membro do Australian College of Physiotherapists (Associação Australiana de Fisioterapia) por sua monografia. É autor do livro Clinical Neurodynamics, Elsevier, Oxford, 2005. Além do livro de neurodinâmica, publicou dois outros livros: Moving in Pain (Elsevier) e Biomechanics of the Nervous System: Breig Revisited. Ele também é autor, co-autor e mentor de inúmeros estudos de pesquisa, editoriais, comentários e artigos clínicos em revistas internacionais revisadas por pares que receberam muitos prêmios internacionais. É Professor Visitante da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade Barcelo, Buenos Aires. Foi membro do Conselho Consultivo Internacional da revista The Musculoskeletal Theory and Practice, Reino Unido, e é editor associado do Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy, EUA. Michael apresenta palestras em conferências, treina funcionários em instalações de medicina esportiva de elite e clubes esportivos, universidades e hospitais privados em todo o mundo. Seus interesses especiais são a neurodinâmica, a medição da função mecânica do sistema nervoso, a dor e o sistema nervoso e a função musculoesquelética. Seu interesse mais valioso é como sintetizar a ciência e a prática clínica usando evidências e raciocínio. Michael é um clínico ativo, tem 35 anos de experiência no tratamento de pacientes e é reconhecido como um líder internacional no diagnóstico e tratamento de distúrbios osteomusculares com aspecto neural.

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Data do curso
De 24/11 a 27/11

Taxa de inscrição
R$ 2190

Formas de pagamento

R$ 2.190,00 em até 3 x R$ 730,00

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