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CBP – Modules 8-13: Advanced Certification Series – June 11-17, 2022

June 11 @ 9:00 am - June 17 @ 4:00 pm

⦿  Module 8. CBP Pediatrics – This course provides an integrated education for the Doctor of Chiropractic in the science and art of pediatric disorders and adjusting. Normal developmental anatomy of the infant through childhood will be detailed. Examination methods and findings that the Chiropractor needs to know for proper assessment of vertebral subluxation and abnormal development for the pediatric patient will be reviewed. The Chiropractor will learn normal and abnormal evolution of the pediatric sagittal plane spinal curvatures and subluxation conditions. Postural and spinal evaluation of the newborn through adolescence is a primary focus of this conference. The details of case management using CBP instrument, drop table and other structural rehabilitation methods will be covered using a variety of case studies for a comprehensive picture of clinical application of this course material. A survey of research material will be reviewed supporting the utilization and efficacy of CBP technique structural rehabilitation treatment methods across a variety of pediatric patient conditions.

⦿  Module 9. CBP Neurology, Posture & Systemic Health – To provide a current education in the biomechanics and neuro-physiology of posture deformities as they relate to Systemic Health of the human. Detailed neuro-physiology of the central and peripheral nervous systems will be reviewed. Emphasis is placed on mechano-sensitive afferent nerve supply of the ligaments and muscles and their consequent relationship to abnormal posture/spine alignment and visceral dysfunction (Type O Disorders). Mechano-sensitive nerve endings in the facet capsular ligaments, spinal ligaments, intervertebral discs and muscles will be reviewed. This information forms the scientific rationale for the hypothesis of a Nerve Interference Theory based upon deformation of tissue mechano-receptors from abnormal tissue loading in abnormal posture and spinal alignment.

⦿ Module 10. CBP Scoliotic Deformity Analysis & Management – This course provides an integrated education for the Doctor of Chiropractic in the science and art of understanding, evaluating, and management of scoliotic deformities in adolescents and adults. The link between genetic triggers, biomechanical growth modulation, environmental risks, and age development will be explained as they related to scoliotic deformities. Categories of scoliosis will be explained with emphasis on understanding risk factors for curve progression in both adolescent and adult scoliotic deformities. Cutoff curve values and age of onset will be explained to aid the Chiropractic clinician in deciding to management or refer the scoliosis patient for surgical consultation. The details of conservative management of scoliotic deformities are a major emphasis of this conference where new flexible bracing concepts and devices as well as rehabilitative procedures will be thoroughly explored. Evaluation of important curve variables as well as outcome assessments will be used to determine conservative management strategies and successful intervention. The details of case management using conservative bracing, adjusting and rehabilitative methods will be covered using a variety of case studies for a comprehensive picture of clinical application of this course material. Last, a survey of research material will be reviewed supporting the utilization and efficacy of the course materials.

⦿  Module 11. CBP Whiplash Trauma – This course provides an integrated education for the Doctor of Chiropractic in the Science and Art of chiropractic analysis and management of patients injured in motor vehicle collisions.  Biomechanical, neuro-physiological, and epidemiologic aspects of whiplash injuries will be reviewed and discussed. Understanding/differentiating subtle and complex ligament injuries of the cervical spine will be presented. Litigation and documentation of whiplash injuries and a review of the International Chiropractors Associations Best Practice and Whiplash Injury Guidelines will be presented. An update-to-date review of research material will be presented supporting the utilization and efficacy of a variety of Chiropractic examination/documentation procedures, and treatment techniques across motor vehicle injury populations.

⦿ Module 12. CBP Advanced Full Spine Analysis & Techniques – This course provides an integrated education for the Doctor of Chiropractic in the science and art of full spine disorders. Detailed literature reviews covering the sagittal plane of the spine during pediatric development through age related change occurring in senior populations will be presented. Statistical correlations between each spinal region will be detailed so the Chiropractor understands how alterations in one region of the spine can influence regions above or below. A primary objective is to introduce the attendee to the anatomic variable of pelvic morphology (geometric alignment of the sacrum inside the ilia) and how variations and anomalies of pelvic morphology alter the sagittal plane alignment of the spine. Further, it will be explained how common anomalies such as how 4 lumbar vertebra, 6 lumbar vertebra, and transitional segments affect the sagittal plane alignment of the spine. In the end, details of case management using these topics will be covered using a variety of case studies for a comprehensive picture of clinical application of this course material. A survey of research material will be reviewed supporting the utilization and efficacy of CBP technique treatment methods across a population of patients with abnormal spine conditions.

⦿  Module 13. CBP Biomechanics of the Spine & Posture – This course provides an integrated education for the Doctor of Chiropractic in the science and art of spine, posture, and lower extremity biomechanics and health disorders. Physiological loads will be reviewed as will their resultant stress and strain patterns. Vertebral kinematics will be discussed and applied to postural alterations in normal and abnormal spine behavior. Central nervous system biomechanics will be presented and discussed relative to neuro-physiological consequences. The total permutations of abnormal posture using formulas from probability theory will be delineated and a literature review on postural displacements as they correlate to patient conditions will be provided. Biomechanical Etiologies of Common Pathological Conditions of the Foot and Lower Kinetic Chain and Orthotic Design and Implementation will be presented.  A survey of research material will be reviewed supporting the utilization and efficacy of Chiropractic Biophysics drop table technique treatment methods across a population of patients with chronic pain conditions.

Up to 67 Hours Available **

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Organizer

Chiropractic Biophysics
Phone:
208-939-0301
Email:
info@idealspine.com
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Venue

CBP Doctors Institute
950 East Riverside Drive
Idaho, 83616 United States
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Phone:
(208) 939-2502
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