Events

Multifaceted Clinical Approaches to Viscerosomatic Reflexes

September 14, 2018 - September 16, 2018

Palpable somatic “points” provide the osteopathic clinician with key insights directing differential diagnoses and focused approaches to patient systemic complaints. Interestingly, from those using Chapman’s reflexes or Jones’ counterstrain points to those who integrate acupuncture concepts or Travell’s myofascial trigger points, insightful clinicians have noted a significant overlap and a great deal of similarity in clinical presentations.

Working from Chapman’s approach, this course will compare and contrast a number of clinically relevant points, focus on practical diagnostic and therapeutic clues and organize the information in a practical manner for patient care. Emphasis will be placed on developing and expanding skills and strategies to speed diagnosis and recovery.

Residents, residency trainers and directors of medical education will be accorded special tips for maximizing the integrative focus of this course.

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Location

Midwestern University/Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine
Agave Hall, OMT Lab 10119555 N. 59th Ave.
Glendale, Arizona 85308

Anticipated Credits

20 AOA Category 1-A

Specialties

Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine

Fees

Before July 5: Members in practice $750, Resident/Intern Members $550, Student Members $350, Nonmember DO or other health care professional $1,050, Nonmember Resident/Intern $850, Nonmember Student $650; July 6-Aug. 6: Members in practice $800, Resident/Intern Members $600, Student Members $400, Nonmember DO or other health care professional $1,100, Nonmember Resident/Intern $900, Nonmember Student $700; After Aug. 7: Members in practice $1,000, Resident/Intern Members $800, Student Members $600, Nonmember DO or other health care professional $1,400, Nonmember Resident/Intern $1,200, Nonmember Student $1,100