A World of Hurt with Annie O'Connor MSPT & Melissa Watson MSPT

This course deep dives into information critical to the assessment and treatment of patients dominated by Nociceptive Pain Mechanisms involving the Peripheral Nerve.  Clinicians will learn how to assess and classify neurogenic nociceptive pain mechanisms as either "trapped", "tight" or "sensitive" utilizing neurodynamic evaluation clinical reasoning.  Neural entrapments, dysfunction and/or the beginning signs of central sensitivity in both the upper, lower body and spine will be identified.  Focus will be on the specific interventions of patient education topics for neurogenic conditions and the specific neurodynamic prescriptive exercises for each neurogenic mechanical problem.

Michael C. Geraci Jr.

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