Visceral Therapy and Mobility in Neurology and Geriatrics

Changing the neurological patterns of movement. What influence does the visceral system have on joint mobility, gait, movement control, balance and tone regulation

What influence does the visceral system have on joint mobility, gait, movement control, balance and tone regulation?

Do visceral techniques have a modulatory effect on an injured CNS?

How can we take advantage of the plasticitiy of the brain?

Course content

  • The success of physical therapy carried out by healthcare professionals in neurological, geriatric and paliative care wards or at the home of patient is often limited.
  • The reasons for this are usually additional disorders related to the digestive, urogential tracts and the cardiopulmonary system.
    Such disorders can have a strong effect on joint mobility, motor function, gait, trunk activity, balance and postural attitude.
  • Carefully selected appropriate visceral therapy techniques can significantly improve the effectiveness of neurophysiological treatments in patients with hemiplegia, muliple sclerosis, Parkinson´s disease, paraplegia, muscle diseases and as well with orthopedic problems.
  • The participants will gain a new perspective on the central nervous system and well master a new treatment approach that will complement their existing therapy methods.

At the end of the course, participants will be able to apply the newly learned techniques in their daily practice.

 

COURSE REGISTRATION

Visceral Therapy and Mobility
in Neurology and Geriatrics

490,- € Duration: 4 days

Time schedule:

8am - 7pm

Teaching units:

40 teaching units at 60 minutes per unit

Course overview

All topic-specific courses can be booked as a stand-alone course in random order.

 

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At the end of the course, participants will be able to apply the newly learned techniques in their daily practice.