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Neurophysiology of Stress with Adjusting and Exercise Protocols
December 9 @ 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
David M. Bleiler, D.C.
Attendees will gain a better understanding of what stress really is and how to more effectively work with stress. Participants will become knowledgeable in how stress affects all aspects of a patient’s health. Properly recognizing and working with stress could be what is required for a quicker and more complete healing to occur.
The course will enlighten you to the five stress types: chemical, psychological, social physical, physiological, and why the current treatment model is not working.
Stress is responsible for the initiation, perpetuation, and exacerbation of over 70 health conditions. Attendees will learn how stressors impact brain development and even alter brain function and structure making effective treatment vital for patients. The program covers how this all comes about, and what chiropractic can do to help.
Attendees will be emailed class notes to supplement the course.
Improve the chiropractor’s ability to better evaluate, diagnose, and treat conditions associated with, or affected by, chronic and acute stress.
- Better understand the damage stress causes in patients
- Gain knowledge of how the brain interrupts a patient’s ability to be compliant therefore hindering the healing process
- Understanding the importance of being interactive in your patient’s treatment of stress to enable better more complete healing, as well as providing hope for a medication-free lifestyle for your patient’s future
- Review specific types of exercise, nutritional programs and dietary programs that will benefit patients with stress-related conditions.
- Learn practical adjusting styles and exercises