DateOctober, 5th-6th 2019
Seminar TimetableSATURDAY OCTOBER 5th 2019:
Starting from 08.30 a.m. up to 01.30 p.m.
AIC GENERAL ASSEMBLY – only for AIC members
SATURDAY OCTOBER 5th 2019 – h. 15.00
SUNDAY OCTOBER 6th 2019:
Starting from 08.30 a.m. up to 05.00 p.m.
Venue LocationHotel Donna Laura Palace ****
Lungotevere delle Armi, 21 00195 Roma
Hotel Reservation FormClick here, download the Hotel Reservation Form and book personally your room.
Summary Managing the Cervicogenic Patient a Vestibular Neuro-Rehabilitation Approach to better Spinal Care. Management for Whiplash, Dizziness, Chronic Pain and Poor Balance. Saturday and Sunday Seminar
This course presents the management of cervical disorders within a neuro- musculoskeletal model with an emphasis on therapeutic exercise. An overview of the research into the nature of impairments in vestibular, movement and sensorimotor control that may occur with neck pain/injury will be provided which informs a therapeutic exercise approach.
This course has a practical emphasis and will explore in detail, the assessment and management strategies for cervical neuromuscular, vestibular movement and sensorimotor dysfunction. The course also explores incorporation of other management techniques such as education, manual therapy with the exercise program in a multimodal approach to the management of cervical disorders.
• An understanding of the links between common patient symptoms including dizziness, poor balance, neck pain, nausea and poor eye movements.
• HANDS-ON PRACTICAL WORKSHOP to enhance your understanding of assessment and management to ensure success in your practice.
• Case management including multimodal protocols for manual practitioners to seamlessly integrate into practice
• Appreciate the overlap between whiplash and concussion from a neuro-vestibular position, so you can identify it easier in your patients.
• Assess and manage cervical joint dysfunction using low-tech and validated tools, giving you accuracy and confidence in better outcomes.
Additionally, comprehensive seminar notes and handouts are provided, which are all sourced from contemporary, evidence-based and best practice guidelines.