FNOR 4: Integrative Rehabilitation in Multi-System Injury & Persistent Pain
By: National University of Health Sciences

Course Description

Course Description Following the first three, regionally focused courses in fundamentals, FNOR 4 is a demanding, hands-on instructional environment that presents to the learner the full integrative, neuroscience-driven nature of the FNOR rehabilitation approach. FNOR 4 attendees will experience the FNOR rehabilitation experience from the perspectives of the directing therapist as well as the client in a series of intensive, hands-on labs. The benefits of this system are not only applicable in the area of orthopedic rehabilitation but also to the benefit of neurologically compromised patients e.g. TBI and stroke. Learning Objectives Current, Evidenced-based Management of Concussion: Conduct, Evidence-based Assessment of Concussion Patient Conduct Assessment of each level of the Neuraxis Understand POTS and differentiate it from similar conditions. Neuropriming Neural Priming Theory Unimodal Priming Crossmodal Priming FNOR Composite Somatic Tasking Techniques in Pain Modulation Autonomic Stimulation: Vagal Nerve Stimulation Respiration as Analgesic Autonomic Stimulus Autonomic Stabilization in Pain Modulation Conditioned Pain Modulation expanded applications. Directed Attention & Mindfulness Network Theory in Brain Dysfunction Hypnoanalgesia Applications Neuroscience of Mindfulness Techniques in Guided Imagery

Course Details

  • FNOR 4: Integrative Rehabilitation in Multi-System Injury & Persistent Pain
  • By:    National University of Health Sciences
  • Instructor:    Stuart Fife; David George; Brett Jarosz; Nicholas Studholme
  • Total CE Hours:    25
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