Objective: to equip the chiropractor for evaluating common diseases of the neuromusculoskeletal system concerning the relationship between peripheral neurological structures and their interfacing anatomy. The majority of the presentation is didactic, yet a final summary invites audience participation to maneuver themselves actively through neurodynamic sequencing of various peripheral nerves.
- general neurodynamics and anatomy of the nervi vasa nervorum
- general neuromechanics of tension, sliding, and compression
- principles of testing neurodynamics, such as force, resistance, amplitude, duration, and rate
- terminology of testing, such as sliders, tensioners, openers, and closers
- specific neurodynamics of the spine, shoulder, elbow, wrist, finger, hip, knee, and foot/ankle
- contrasting pathoanatomical dysfunction and pathophysiological dysfunction while providing specific clinical examples