Myotatic Reflexes to resolve biomechanics of chronic neuro-muscular-skeletal diagnoses (TTAPS™PART 1)
By: Texas Chiropractic Association (TCA)

Course Description

SEMINAR REGARDING: PATIENT TREATMENT BY MYOTATIC, WITHDRAWAL, CROSSED EXTENSOR REFLEXES, REFLEXES OF POSTURE AND LOCOMOTION, RECIPROCAL INHIBITION METHOD OF INSTRUCTION: VERBAL, OVERHEAD PROJECTOR, HANDOUT OF COURSE OUTLINE AND POSSIBLY THE OVERHEADS THAT AREN’T COPYRIGHTED, VISUALLY WATCHING THE INSTRUCTOR PERFORM THE TREATMENTS, INSTRUCTOR WATCHING AND CRITIQUING THE STUDENTS PERFORMING THE TREATMENTS Normally get someone off a cane or walker in one or two visits or standing up out of a wheelchair by themselves in just a few visits if it’s due to weakness instead of paralysis Immediately restore a significant range of motion Understand how reciprocal innervation can immediately help restore function in distant parts of the body Correct foot drop in the majority of cases Correct cogwheel rigidity of arm and leg of most stroke victims Improve hearing and tinnitus in most cases Techniques are: Not Reflexology, AK, CRT, PNT, TBM, Transverse Friction Massage, Spinal Reflex Therapy or Contact Reflex Analysis Based on known tenets of acupuncture, trigger point therapy, reflexes and Neurology Found in laws and tenets in Dorland’s Illustrated Medical Dictionary, Chusid’s Neurophysiology and Guyton’s Textbook of Medical Physiology, and others, as taught in all CCE-accredited Chiropractic Colleges Treatment effects are verifiable by Standard Orthopedic and Neurologic examination I am published in JMPT on techniques being taught Former Adjunct Faculty Member, Postgraduate Division, Texas Chiropractic College SEMINAR REGARDING: PATIENT TREATMENT BY MYOTATIC, WITHDRAWAL, CROSSED EXTENSOR REFLEXES, REFLEXES OF POSTURE AND LOCOMOTION, RECIPROCAL INHIBITION                                                              METHOD OF INSTRUCTION: VERBAL, OVERHEAD PROJECTOR, HANDOUT OF COURSE OUTLINE AND POSSIBLY THE OVERHEADS THAT AREN’T COPYRIGHTED, VISUALLY WATCHING THE INSTRUCTOR PERFORM THE TREATMENTS, INSTRUCTOR WATCHING AND CRITIQUING THE STUDENTS PERFORMING THE TREATMENTS Normally get someone off a cane or walker in one or two visits or standing up out of a wheelchair by themselves in just a few visits if it’s due to weakness instead of paralysis Immediately restore a significant range of motion Understand how reciprocal innervation can immediately help restore function in distant parts of the body Correct foot drop in the majority of cases Correct cogwheel rigidity of arm and leg of most stroke victims Improve hearing and tinnitus in most cases                               Techniques are: Not Reflexology, AK, CRT, PNT, TBM, Transverse Friction Massage, Spinal Reflex Therapy or Contact Reflex Analysis Based on known tenets of acupuncture, trigger point therapy, reflexes and Neurology Found in laws and tenets in Dorland’s Illustrated Medical Dictionary, Chusid’s Neurophysiology and Guyton’s Textbook of Medical Physiology, and others, as taught in all CCE-accredited Chiropractic Colleges Treatment effects are verifiable by Standard Orthopedic and Neurologic examination I am published in JMPT on techniques being taught Former Adjunct Faculty Member, Postgraduate Division, Texas Chiropractic College                              SEMINAR REGARDING: PATIENT TREATMENT BY MYOTATIC, WITHDRAWAL, CROSSED EXTENSOR REFLEXES, REFLEXES OF POSTURE AND LOCOMOTION, RECIPROCAL INHIBITION                                                              METHOD OF INSTRUCTION: VERBAL, OVERHEAD PROJECTOR, HANDOUT OF COURSE OUTLINE AND POSSIBLY THE OVERHEADS THAT AREN’T COPYRIGHTED, VISUALLY WATCHING THE INSTRUCTOR PERFORM THE TREATMENTS, INSTRUCTOR WATCHING AND CRITIQUING THE STUDENTS PERFORMING THE TREATMENTS Normally get someone off a cane or walker in one or two visits or standing up out of a wheelchair by themselves in just a few visits if it’s due to weakness instead of paralysis Immediately restore a significant range of motion Understand how reciprocal innervation can immediately help restore function in distant parts of the body Correct foot drop in the majority of cases Correct cogwheel rigidity of arm and leg of most stroke victims Improve hearing and tinnitus in most cases                               Techniques are: Not Reflexology, AK, CRT, PNT, TBM, Transverse Friction Massage, Spinal Reflex Therapy or Contact Reflex Analysis Based on known tenets of acupuncture, trigger point therapy, reflexes and Neurology Found in laws and tenets in Dorland’s Illustrated Medical Dictionary, Chusid’s Neurophysiology and Guyton’s Textbook of Medical Physiology, and others, as taught in all CCE-accredited Chiropractic Colleges Treatment effects are verifiable by Standard Orthopedic and Neurologic examination I am published in JMPT on techniques being taught Former Adjunct Faculty Member, Postgraduate Division, Texas Chiropractic College                              SEMINAR REGARDING: PATIENT TREATMENT BY MYOTATIC, WITHDRAWAL, CROSSED EXTENSOR REFLEXES, REFLEXES OF POSTURE AND LOCOMOTION, RECIPROCAL INHIBITION                                                              METHOD OF INSTRUCTION: VERBAL, OVERHEAD PROJECTOR, HANDOUT OF COURSE OUTLINE AND POSSIBLY THE OVERHEADS THAT AREN’T COPYRIGHTED, VISUALLY WATCHING THE INSTRUCTOR PERFORM THE TREATMENTS, INSTRUCTOR WATCHING AND CRITIQUING THE STUDENTS PERFORMING THE TREATMENTS Normally get someone off a cane or walker in one or two visits or standing up out of a wheelchair by themselves in just a few visits if it’s due to weakness instead of paralysis Immediately restore a significant range of motion Understand how reciprocal innervation can immediately help restore function in distant parts of the body Correct foot drop in the majority of cases Correct cogwheel rigidity of arm and leg of most stroke victims Improve hearing and tinnitus in most cases                               Techniques are: Not Reflexology, AK, CRT, PNT, TBM, Transverse Friction Massage, Spinal Reflex Therapy or Contact Reflex Analysis Based on known tenets of acupuncture, trigger point therapy, reflexes and Neurology Found in laws and tenets in Dorland’s Illustrated Medical Dictionary, Chusid’s Neurophysiology and Guyton’s Textbook of Medical Physiology, and others, as taught in all CCE-accredited Chiropractic Colleges Treatment effects are verifiable by Standard Orthopedic and Neurologic examination I am published in JMPT on techniques being taught Former Adjunct Faculty Member, Postgraduate Division, Texas Chiropractic College                              SEMINAR REGARDING: PATIENT TREATMENT BY MYOTATIC, WITHDRAWAL, CROSSED EXTENSOR REFLEXES, REFLEXES OF POSTURE AND LOCOMOTION, RECIPROCAL INHIBITION                                                              METHOD OF INSTRUCTION: VERBAL, OVERHEAD PROJECTOR, HANDOUT OF COURSE OUTLINE AND POSSIBLY THE OVERHEADS THAT AREN’T COPYRIGHTED, VISUALLY WATCHING THE INSTRUCTOR PERFORM THE TREATMENTS, INSTRUCTOR WATCHING AND CRITIQUING THE STUDENTS PERFORMING THE TREATMENTS Normally get someone off a cane or walker in one or two visits or standing up out of a wheelchair by themselves in just a few visits if it’s due to weakness instead of paralysis Immediately restore a significant range of motion Understand how reciprocal innervation can immediately help restore function in distant parts of the body Correct foot drop in the majority of cases Correct cogwheel rigidity of arm and leg of most stroke victims Improve hearing and tinnitus in most cases                               Techniques are: Not Reflexology, AK, CRT, PNT, TBM, Transverse Friction Massage, Spinal Reflex Therapy or Contact Reflex Analysis Based on known tenets of acupuncture, trigger point therapy, reflexes and Neurology Found in laws and tenets in Dorland’s Illustrated Medical Dictionary, Chusid’s Neurophysiology and Guyton’s Textbook of Medical Physiology, and others, as taught in all CCE-accredited Chiropractic Colleges Treatment effects are verifiable by Standard Orthopedic and Neurologic examination I am published in JMPT on techniques being taught Former Adjunct Faculty Member, Postgraduate Division, Texas Chiropractic College                             

Course Details

  • Myotatic Reflexes to resolve biomechanics of chronic neuro-muscular-skeletal diagnoses (TTAPS™PART 1)
  • By:    Texas Chiropractic Association (TCA)
  • Instructor:    Alan Bonebrake, DC, MS, FIACA, DAIT
  • Total CE Hours:    12
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