Analysis of the Stress Response Effects on the VSC
By: Fetterman Events

Course Description

We live in a fast pace, stress filled society leading to cascade of potentially negative neurological effects on the body. The vertebral subluxation significantly adds to this allostatic load.

Thoroughly understanding these mechanisms allows the Chiropractor to have a greater appreciation of the various health issues that their patients are presenting with as well as the role that correcting the vertebral subluxation plays in helping them.

Dr. Humberg will be teaching very specific and accurate methods of analyzing vertebral subluxations in this hands-on program. You’ll learn the why and what we look in various forms of analysis, including neurological concepts, static palpation, motion palpation, various muscle testing, reflex testing, leg checks and more.

Each type of analysis will be looked at within the framework of the normal compensatory spinal model which will allow the busy Chiropractor to quickly and accurately analyze each of their patients prior to adjusting them

This class is a workshop in which you’ll be up practicing these methods throughout the day.

This class will get you thinking about why we do what we do and how to apply it in a practical setting.

Course Details

  • Analysis of the Stress Response Effects on the VSC
  • By:    Fetterman Events
  • Instructor:    Dr. Stuart Humberg
  • Total CE Hours:    12
  • Course Format:     Live In Person Seminar
  • Course Start:    02/17/2023   05:00pm
  • Course End:    02/18/2023   04:00pm
  • Time Zone:    Eastern
  • Location State:    Kentucky
  • Course Categories:     DC Continuing Education
  • Course Subjects | CE HOURS:
    • Adjunctive/Modalities  -2 CE Hours
    • Adjustive Technique  -2 CE Hours
    • Anatomy  -1 CE Hours
    • Evidence-Based Outcomes  -1 CE Hours
    • History and Exam  -2 CE Hours
    • Neurology  -2 CE Hours
    • Pain Management  -2 CE Hours