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Subluxation Neurology

Course Date

Start: 25-05-2024 @ 8:30 am

End: 26-05-2024 @ 6:00 pm

Course Location

AC Hotel Milano Marriott
Via Tazzoli, 2

Course Description

Dr. Daniel Murphy is one of the most knowledgeable and respected speakers and educators in the chiropractic profession. Dr. Murphy, a 1978 graduate of Western States Chiropractic College, began clinical practice in 1978 and, not long after, became a part-time faculty member at Life Chiropractic College West – a position that he still maintains to this day. Dr. Murphy’s post at Life has, perhaps, done more to shape his outstanding career than any other. “In reality, I do not know very much about anything, but I know a little about many different topics.” Dr. Murphy goes on to say, “Consequently, my value to our profession is that of an idea integrator, a dot connector. I want to improve my understanding of how chiropractic works and what we can do to make chiropractic more effective. I want to change the health attitude of the world. I will not retire.”

Hour #1            Learn the neurology of pain perception.

Hour #2             Learn three types of pain and their clinical differences in terms of chiropractic management.

Hour #3            Distinguish between the clinical management of compressive neuropathology v. supersensitivity nerve interference.

Hour #4            Discuss the integrated physiology between inflammation, fibrosis, the Gate Theory, and chiropractic adjusting.

Hour #5            Complete an interactive clinical neuroanatomy of chronic spine pain, including: receptors, synapses, cord pathways, brain representation, and how they are influenced by spinal adjusting.

Hour #6            Complete an interactive exercise of spinal mechanoreceptor driven vestibular nuclei controls of somatic function and visceral function.

Hour #7            Complete an upper cervical – trigeminal cervical nucleus integrative model for chiropractic spinal adjusting.

Hour #8            Integrate the clinical relationships between chronic spine pain and spinal mechanoreception, including: constant v. non-constant thalamic summation/integration; ascending inhibitory principles; descending inhibitory principles; immune system function.

Hour #9            Discuss the clinical relevance of receptor driven neuroplasticity, synaptogenesis, and transneural degeneration.

Hour #10          Discuss the concept of spinal mechanoreceptor driven hypothalamic controls of visceral function.

Hour #11          Discuss the relationship between mechanoreceptors, the sympathetic nervous system, and neuroimmunology.

Hour #12          Discuss the relationships between the nucleus tractus solitarius and the dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus nerve.


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John Gordon Williams