ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A SPECIFIC DURAL MENINGEAL CORRECTION OF THE UPPER CERVICAL
Often the primary subluxation occurs in the upper cervical region due both its vulnerability and
strong dural attachments. The most common mechanism for disruption of this area is traction
applied to the spinal cord during the birth process. If this subluxation goes uncorrected it can
become a primary source of stimulus throughout the child’s lifetime.
Learning to detect and correct this dural meningeal subluxation is paramount when working with the pediatric patient. This meningeal subluxation is not just a localized fixation but more often a dural meningeal subluxation with a concomitant hypermobility that affects the entire dural meningeal system – from the cranium to the coccyx.
If you work with pediatric patients and are looking for a way to effectively evaluate and correct the atlas/axis dural meningeal subluxation complex, then the course is for you.
- Are you still using old school techniques to determine fixation subluxations, even though most pediatric subluxations are hypermobility/dural meningeal in nature?
- Do you want more confidence in determining where and when you have made a change in the dural meningeal system and neurological function?
- Do you want a safe and effective way to adjust this highly sensitive and vulnerable area of the spine?
- Would you like to get better patient outcomes more consistently, quickly, and easily?
If you think that any of these parameters will help you improve your practice and patient
outcomes, then this course is for you.
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