Clinical NeuroMobilization ® Niveau 2

Bruno MOREIRA CAMPOS D.O.

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Bruno MOREIRA CAMPOS D.O.
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Atman Osteopathic Campus
Sophia Antipolis

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Date

24 Avr 2020 - 25 Avr 2020

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13 h 30 min - 15 h 30 min

Tarif

600,00€

Clinical NeuroMobilization ® Niveau 2

Portugal

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 :

  • Travail sur les nerfs crâniens
  • Etude des tissus neuroméningés et de leur importance dans la mécanique des nerfs crâniens
  • Etude et travail sur le système nerveux autonome
Vendredi & Samedi
Mobilization of somatic peripheral nervous system (cranial nerves)
  1. Review of the key concepts of the 1st module (evidence based practice of neural mobilization)
  2. Neuro-meningeal tissues and its importance as a mechanical interface of the cranial nerves.
    1. Importance and innervation of the dura mater in neuro-pathomechanics
    2. Foramen and cranial fissures – expansion and retraction in as mechanisms of opening and closing interfaces
    3. Evidence of cranial mobility
    4. Mobility of the CNS in functional MRI- theoretical bases of cranial nerves mobilization
  3. Neuroanatomy of the skull
  4. Neurological examination and neuromobilization of the cranial nerves: Techniques for plurineural foramens: superior orbital fissure (SOF), jugular
    foramen (JF) and foramen magnum (FM).
  • 1st Cranial Pair – Olfactory – Nasal vomer organ;
  • 2nd Cranial Pair – Optic – SOF, tension and compression of the optic nerve, spheno-occipital axis;
  • 3rd, 4th and 6th cranial pairs – Oculomotor, trochlear and abducent – SOF + stretching/ strengthening extra-ocular muscles, posturology, neurodynamics;
  • 5th Cranial pair – Trigeminal – Gasser ganglion, supra orbital, supratroclear, infra-orbiltal, mental, auricular-temporal, Arnold’s nerve and
    neurodynamic
  • 7th Cranial – Facial – Stylomastoid Foramen, internal/ external acoustic meatus
  • 8th Cranial Pair – Vestibulo-cochlear – basilar sphenoid junction and external acoustic meatus; BPPV- Dix-Hallpike maneuver and Epley
    repositioning
  • 9th Cranial Pair – Glossopharyngeal – JF, tongue traction, ICA, neurodynamic;
  • 10th Cranial Pair – Vagus – laryngeal branch, JF; Vagus ganglion
  • 11th Cranial Pair – Accessory – Trapezius cutaneous branches, SCM, JF, FM, neurodynamic;- 12th Cranial Pair – Hipoglossus – infra-mandibular branches.

 

Samedi & Dimanche
Mobilization of the PNS (autonomic nervous system)
  1. Anatomical and functional review of the autonomic nervous system : Anatomical and neurophysiology description of the SNS and SNP
    • Efferent and afferent tracts of the sympathetic and parasympathetic
    • Autonomous plexuses
    • Reflex arc
    • Somatovisceral and viscerosomatic integration in somatic dysfunction : sensitization process and referred pain
  2. Hypothalamic- Hypophysis- Adrenal axis and the relation with the SNS in inflammation
    1. The role of SNS and SNP in inflammation
  3. Review of the Cardiovascular System
    1. Sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation in the myocardium and vascular contractile tissue
    2. Importance of the carotid sinus and arch of the aorta in the regulation of SNA
    3. Importance of blood vessels in the inflammatory process and its interrelationship with ANS and Lymphatics
  4. Anatomy and description of lymphoid organs- Its importance in the healing process
    1. Arteries, Veins and Lymphatics – an homeostasis partnership
    2. Lymphatics and the SNS
  5. The integration of ANS- Vascular-Lymphatic- Somatic NS with neurogenic inflammation
  6. Osteopathic techniqueS for the autonomic nervous system :
    1. Rib raising, sympathetic slump, PA mobilizations
    2. Vagus Nerve (cholinergic ascending pathways and pain), carotid sinus, ganglia of the sacral wall
  7. Osteopathic techniques in the main arteries and branches of the relevant peripheral nerves
  8. The 7 diaphragms and the Osteopathic approach to the lymphatic system