PRINCIPLES OF DYSAUTONOMIA FOR CHIROPRACTORS
Start: 22nd October 2022 @ 08:30am
End: 23rd October 2022 @ 18:00pm
AC Milano Hotel Marriott
Via Tazzoli, 2, MILANO, ITALY, Italy
Dysautonomia refers to a disorder of autonomic nervous system (ANS) function that generally involves failure of the sympathetic or parasympathetic components of the ANS, but dysautonomia involving excessive or overactive ANS actions also can occur.
In this course, scholars will learn the neurophysiology and clinical applications at the intersection of chiropractic care and ANS syndromes such as:
– Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS)
– Orthostatic Hypotension
– Bradycardic, hypotensive or vasovagal syncope
– Autonomic failure
– Paroxysmal sympathetic hyperactivity
– Orthostatic cerebral hypotension (OCHOS)
– Peripheral autonomic neuropathy
– Post-Acute Covid Autonomic Syndrome
Dr. Nathan Keiser DC, DACNB, FABBIR is a board certified chiropractic neurologist specializing in non-surgical, non-pharmaceutical treatment of dysautonomia, traumatic brain injury, and movement disorders. Dr. Keiser was certified as a diplomate in chiropractic neurology by the American Board of Chiropractic Neurology (ACNB) in 2010 and has since served patients from across North America and around the globe in private practice.
In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Keiser serves as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology for the Carrick Institute, which provides Post-Graduate instruction for doctors of all disciplines in the field of clinical and functional neurology. He is actively involved in ongoing research and presents regularly across North America and Europe.
Outside the clinic, Dr. Keiser is relishing life in the beautiful Great Lakes State with his family and friends. After work, you can usually find him coaching baseball, or sending routes in the climbing gym.
Earned specialty recognition in vestibular rehabilitation, childhood developmental disorders, neurochemistry, movement disorders and traumatic brain injury. Worked under Dr. Ted Carrick, pioneer of functional neurology and renowned clinical research fellow at Harvard Medical School, as part of his Clinical Staff in Atlanta, GA. Earned a fellowship to the American Board of Brain Injury Rehabilitation.
Course Contact Name
John Gordon Williams