Applied Kinesiology Basic Seminar Session 4 Netherlands 2014

100 hour Basic course Netherlands 2014

Weekend 4 24/25/26 October 2014

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Development and movement patterns. Local problems, treating peripheral joints and local muscle reactions. Uncovering hidden problems. International College of Applied Kinesiology Competence test.Opleiding in Applied Kinesiology

  • Gait pattern and normal facilitation and inhibition
  • Hand/wrist/ finger extensors and flexors
  • Dural tension stride length Pronator teres

  • Gait testing Pronator quadratus
  • Cross crawl Supinator

  • Ligament interlink Brachioradialis
  • ADD and learning disability Toe extensors and flexors

  • Muscle Proprioception Spindle cells
  • Extremity subluxation and challenge

  • C7/1st
  • rib fixation

  • Right and left brain testing
  • Temporal tap

  • Hologrammic subluxation
  • Origin Insertion technique

  • Muscle Proprioception Spindle cells
  • and Golgi organs

  • Muscle stretch weakness, facia,

    trigger points

  • Strain counter strain
  • Repeated muscle activation patient

    induced

  • Gelosis

  • Extremity subluxation and challenge
  • Slipped bicipital tendon

  • AC joint sprains
  • Suprascapular nerve syndrome

  • Knee evaluation
  • Meniscus

  • Patello femoral syndrome
  • Popliteus syndrome

  • Ankle strain
  • Pronation

  • Tarsal Tunnel syndrome
  • Heel lifts

  • Navicular decent
  • Functional hallucis limitus

  • Metatarsalgia
  • Cuboid/Navicualr subluxation

  • Wrist Strains
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome

  • Pisiform/hamate syndrome
  • Supinator syndrome

  • Ulnar sulcus syndrome
  • Cloacal synchronisation

  • EID and BID
  • PYRT

  • Spinal extensor muscle weakness
  • Iliolumbar ligament

  • Health vs Fitness
  • Anaerobic base challenge

  • Spondylogenic reflex technique
  • Compaction injuries

  • Alternate nasal technique
  • Ionisation/palm up vs palm down

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