Clinical NeuroMobilization ® Niveau 1

Bruno MOREIRA CAMPOS D.O.

Organisateur

Bruno MOREIRA CAMPOS D.O.
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Lieu

Atman Osteopathic Campus
Sophia Antipolis

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Date

29 Mai 2020 - 31 Mai 2020
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Heure

13 h 30 min - 15 h 30 min

Tarif

600,00€

Clinical NeuroMobilization ® Niveau 1

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Cette formation vous apporte une connaissance approfondie de la neurophysiologie appliquée à la pratique ostéopathique dans les phénomènes de la douleur neurogène / neuropathique et de la douleur chronique en abordant le rôle du système nerveux autonome, la psycho-neuro-immunitaire, l’importance des tissus vasculaires , diaphragmes ostéopathiques et enfin, neurophasie.

Sujets théoriques et pratiques abordés :

  • Etudes des neuromécanismes, de la neurophysiologie et de la neurodynamique sur le système nerveux du membre supérieur
  • Etudes des mécanismes neuropathologiques
  • Mobilisation du SNP somatique de la colonne vertébrale et des membres inférieurs
Vendredi & Samedi
Mobilization of the peripheral nervous system (upper limb)
  1. Neuromechanics and neurophysiology:
    • Constitution of spinal nerve: mesoneurum, epineurum, perineurum and endoneurum
    • Axonal transport: Axoplasmatic flow
    • Nervi nervorum / vasa nervorum
    • Visco-elastic properties of neuromeningeal tissue (connective tissue)
    • Connections of the neuroaxis and the peripheral nervous system
    • Nervi-Continuum
  2. Neurodynamics:
    • Tension and slide concepts
    • Concept of interfaces in relation to nervous tissue
    • Concept of opening and closing
  3. Neuropathomechanics:
    • Pain and neurogenic/ neuropathic inflammation
    • Oedema, axonal compression and inflammation
    • Consequences of endoneurum and perineurum fibrosis
    • Neurogenic inflammation and soft tissues
    • Altered Inhibitory pathways and centralization of pain
    • Wallerian and other lesions in the peripheral nervous system
    • Effects of neural mobilization- evidence based practice
  4. Neurological examination
    • Peripheral nervous system
    • Peripheral nerves vs root nerves of the upper limb
    • Anatomical distribution and differentiation of dermatomes / myotomes in nerve roots and peripheral nerves
    • Differential diagnosis
    • Examination of somatic afferents:
    • Spino-thalamic tracts, dorsal columns medial lemniscus tracts, spino-cerebellar tract
    • Examination of somatic efferents:
    • Cortico- spinal tracts (strength and reflexes)
    • Scratch collapse test
    • Neurodynamic testing
    • Compression sites of nerve roots and peripheral nerves of the upper limb (suprascapular, axilary, median, anterior interosseus, ulnar, radial, posterior interosseus, musculocutaneous
  5. Neuromobilization techniques
    • Supra-scapular, axilary, musculocutaneous, median, radial, ulnar nerves and neuro-axis
    • Biomechanics of the cervical spine and nerve roots
    • Specific techniques for cervico-brachialgia (discopathy, others), « carpal tunnel syndrome”, “ tennis elbow”, “ pronator teres syndrome”, etc.
    • Clinical casesMobilization of somatic PNS (neuro- axis and lower limb)
Samedi & Dimanche
Mobilization of somatic PNS (neuro- axis and lower limb)
  1. Neurological examination
    • Peripheral nervous system:
    • Peripheral nerves vs root nerves of the upper limb
    • Anatomical distribution and differentiation of dermatomes / myotomes in nerve roots and peripheral nerves
    • Differential diagnosis
    • Examination of somatic afferents:
    • Spino-thalamic tracts, dorsal columns medial lemniscus tracts, spino-cerebellar tract
    • Examination of somatic efferents:
    • Cortico- spinal tracts (strength and reflexes)
    • Scratch collapse test
    • Neurodynamic testing
    • Compression sites of nerve roots and peripheral nerves of the lower limb (lateral femoral cutaneous, femoral, obturator, saphenous nerves. Sciatic, tibial posterior, medial, lateral, inferior calcaneum nerves. Common, deep, superficial peroneal nerves
  2. Techniques of Neuromobilization:
    • Neuro-Axis and lateral femoral cutaneous, femoral, obturator, saphenous nerves.
    • Sciatic, tibial posterior, medial, lateral, inferior calcaneum nerves.
    • Common, deep, superficial peroneal nerves.
    • Biomechanics of the lumbar spine and nerve roots
    • Tarsal tunnel syndrome, Morton’s syndrome, « metatarsalgias », etc.
    • Specific techniques for lumbar radiculopathy (discopathy, others), “tarsal tunnel syndrome”, “plantar fasciitis”, “ Morton’s syndrome”, etc.
    • Clinical cases

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