TTAPS Part 1: Use of Myotatic Reflexes to Resolve Pain and Biomechanics of Chronic Neuro-Muscular-Skeletal Conditions
By: Texas Chiropractic Association (TCA)

Course Description

Rochester, MN

TTAPS PART 1: Use of Myotatic Reflexes to Resolve Pain and Biomechanics of Chronic Neuro-Muscular-Skeletal Conditions

Seminar regarding: patient treatment by myotatic, withdrawal, crossed extensor reflexes, reflexes of posture and locomotion, reciprocal inhibition.


Dr. Bonebrake has been in practice over 40 years, treated over 40,000 patients from 97 countries and all 50 states, including over 800 professional athletes from more than 12 professional teams, including NFL, NBA, CFL, NHL, MISL, MSL, and 3 foreign soccer teams; over 3,000 high school and collegiate/university athletes; professional bodybuilders and powerlifters; was the first chiropractor asked to treat athletes at the NFL Run For Daylight and NFL Fastest Man competitions; was invited to and treated athletes at a Cowboys/Raiders training camp.

He hosted a radio show for 15 years on his techniques and has been the object of numerous newspaper and magazine articles, radio, and TV news programs.

He co-authored several Research studies on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome [published in the Index Medicus], and authored several articles appearing in The American Chiropractor and the Texas Chiropractic Journal.

Course Details

  • TTAPS Part 1: Use of Myotatic Reflexes to Resolve Pain and Biomechanics of Chronic Neuro-Muscular-Skeletal Conditions
  • By:    Texas Chiropractic Association (TCA)
  • Instructor:    Alan Bonebrake, DC
  • Total CE Hours:    16
  • Course Format:     Live In Person Seminar
  • Course Start:    02/27/2021   07:30am
  • Course End:    03/01/2021   12:00am
  • Time Zone:    Central
  • Location State:    Minnesota
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  • Course Categories:     DC Continuing Education
  • Course Subjects | CE HOURS:
    • Acupuncture  -8 CE Hours
    • Anatomy  -4 CE Hours
    • Biomechanics  -8 CE Hours
    • Neurology  -4 CE Hours
  •    Course Outline