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How Symptoms Develop and How the Adjustment Works 2021

Course Date

Start: 1st January 2021
End: 31st January 2021

Course Location

Parker University
2540 Walnut Hill Lane, Dalls, Texas, United States of America


Course Description

Nociceptors and mechanoreceptors innervate the joint complex and their function is altered by spinal dysfunction. The outcome can be pain, visceral symptoms, cerebellar symptoms, vestibular symptoms, motor control issues, and changes in emotional status.

Course Objectives
1. To outline the innervation of the spinal joint complex
2. To describe patterns of symptom generation created by a dysfunctional joint
Course Outline
15 Mins: Nociceptor innervation of the joint complex
15 Mins: Mechanoreceptor innervation of the joint complex
15 Mins: Symptoms related to increased nociception
15 Mins: Symptoms related to reduced mechanorecption

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Course Credits


Course Contact Name

William Smith

Course Contact Email