Course Descriptions

Course Descriptions 2017-12-04T19:52:48+00:00
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Foundations Series

The P-DTR Foundations Series provides students with the most comprehensive and practical functional neurology education available anywhere in the world.

The series is delivered over the course of four modules, each consisting of online preparatory study and three days of in-person training.

At the conclusion of the series, students will have an unparalleled skill set applicable to successfully treating over 90% of the neurological dysfunction commonly seen in the population.

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Intermediate Series

The Intermediate Series expands upon the knowledge from Foundations with a focus on advanced biomechanical analysis of the body’s major joints and training in additional high-level diagnostics unique to P-DTR.

The Intermediate Series expands upon the knowledge from Foundations with a focus on advanced biomechanical analysis of the body’s major joints. This detailed, receptor-based diagnosis of the joints allows for the resolution of more complex pain and dysfunction presentations.

Students will also learn powerful new proprietary diagnostics unique to P-DTR, such as Priority, Muscle Sequences, Anaerobic and Aerobic Metabolic Dysfunctions, Coupled Spinal Motion, and more.

The Intermediate Series is delivered in two modules, each consisting of online preparatory study and three days of in-person training.

Click here to see the P-DTR Intermediate Full Syllabus.

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Advanced Series

The advanced series explores the physiology of body systems. Students will learn how to assess viscera to pinpoint local and referred pain patterns and recognize ileocecal valve conditions. They will gain a better understanding of energy production issues typical in Krebs Cycle and Essential Fatty Acid Metabolism dysfunctions.

Students will also learn how to diagnosis and treat cranial nerve dysfunctions, peripheral nerve entrapments, and primitive reflexes. Topics covered in this course will also include neurological teeth, retrograde lymphatics, baroreceptors, alkalosis, and more.

The Advanced Series is delivered in two modules, each consisting of online preparatory study and three days of in-person training.

Upon completion of the Advanced Series, students will have the tools to correct virtually any type of proprioceptive dysfunction possible in the human nervous system.

Click here to see the P-DTR Advanced Full Syllabus

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