May 05 - 07, 2017
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Tupelo, MS
US

Chiropractic Neurology Center Of Tupelo
398 North Eason Blvd
Tupelo MS 38804
USA

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Early Reg. fee

  • practitioners USD 1200
Reg. fee

  • practitioners USD 1200

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Instructor – Dr. Andy Barlow DC, DACNB, FACFN

LEVEL 1 – Friday/Saturday 9-6:30, Sunday 8-12

Day 1: Goals setting, head space, maximizing your time, 80/20/10 rule.

Day 2: Marketing: newspaper and internet. Examples: peripheral neuropathy, knee pain, failed back surgery to metabolic conditions, thyroid, diabetes, metabolic syndrome. Live patients in-office condition specific workshop. Start of neurological pathways to have you Monday ready to see patients suffering from neurological complications.

Day 3: New patient “Health Class”, “14 keys to maximize energy and minimize your stress”. Neuro/metabolic report of finding, case fees.
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-       LOCATION: Tupelo, MS
Chiropractic Neurology Center of Tupelo
398 North Eason Blvd, Tupelo, MS 38804

-       AIRPORT: Memphis, office locate 90 minutes from Memphis airport

-       HOTEL: Hilton Garden Inn

+1 (662) 718-5500 +1 (662) 718-5500

Course Syllabus

 

Trigenics® Practitioners Courses

  Primary R.T.P.® Course (Level 1)
Advanced Course (Level 2)
Certified Primary Trigenics®
Instructor (C.P.T.I.) (Level 3)
Fellow of the Trigenics® Institute of Functional Neurology (F.T.I.F.N.) (Level 4)
Trigenics®  Trainer Courses
  Certified Trigenics Trainer Course (C.T.T.®)
Primary R.T.T. Course
Certified Trigenics Trainer Instructor
Trigenics®  Seminars and Workshops
  Trigenics® Shoulder Seminar
Golf Performance Seminar
Private R.T.P.®  Training Courses with Dr. Allan Oolo Austin
Spine Manipulation Course

TRIGENICS® PRACTITIONERS COURSES

Description

 

  R.T.P.® FULL BODY Course (Level 1)

 3 modules x 2 days each:

Upper Extremities Module 1; Lower Extremities Module 2; Spine, Thorax, Head & Neck Module 3

Course Description

·        Theory (Explanation of Trigenics® Theory and its application): 3 hours.

Theoretical science of Trigenics® followed by methodology of how to specifically apply the treatment procedures. Participants will learn applications of functional neurology through overload of sensorimotor movement regulation using principles of amplitude summation, convergence projection, corticoneural reorganization and neuroplasticity.

·        Practical (Hands­-on): 45 hours. Neurokinetic testing procedures are taught using the principles of orthopedic muscle testing for inhibition or over-facilitation. Related functional anatomy, neurological innervation, aberrant movement patterns and clinical overviews are discussed.

Attendees will learn how to combine the 3 components of Trigenics®, resisted exercise movement, distortional stimulation of mechanoreceptors and biofeedback breathing. Specific protocols for treatment of individual muscles are demonstrated, practiced and integrated.

 Also taught are Trigenics® procedures using static and vibrational instrumentation are also demonstrated along with how and when to use Trigenics myoneural taping.

48 CE Credits from National University of Health Sciences, (Chicago USA).

 100 Hours (48 hrs in-class, 52 hrs out-of-class)

Course materials:

·  1 Theory and 3 Procedure Manuals

·  5 DVDs showing all the major procedures in detail.

Evaluations:

- Pre­course Home Quiz

- 2 Case Studies

- Oral Practical Examination

- Trigenics® Thesis or Project

 

ADVANCED COURSE (Level 2)

 New Advanced Procedures (TS & TL)

·        Clinical Gems for the Extremities

·        Vibrational Instrumentation for PDM (includes Arthrostim and Vibrocussor Applications)

·        Bread and Butter procedures for the Spine

·        Trigenics® Manipulation (TM)

·        Trigenics® Eccentric Contraction (TEC) Procedures

·        Spiral Diagonal (SD) Procedures

·        Injury treatment and prevention

·        Sport Power Augmentation (TA)

·        Self Trigenics®    treatment procedures  for patients

·        Trigenics® neurokinetic rehab exercises for patients

·        Trigenics® taping

·        Trigenics® Practice Management

 1 day, 8 hours

10 am-7 pm

 Course registration includes:

·        Advanced Procedures DVD

·        Clinical Applications Manual.

 

Certified Primary Trigenics® Instructor (C.P.T.I.) (Level 3)

200 hours

Requirements to attain a C.P.T.I. and/or F.T.I.F.N. designation

The Certified Primary Trigenics® Instructor (C.P.T.I., aka. Instructor level 1) program and Fellow of the Trigenics® Institute of Functional Neurology (F.T.I.F.N., aka. Instructor level 2) programs are offered to Trigenists who have demonstrated outstanding interest, understanding and competency in Trigenics®.

 About the Program

The C.P.T.I. program consists of an additional 100 hours (50 hours in-class + 50 hours distance learning), which builds upon the previous 100 hour R.T.P.® program.

Objectives of the Program

·        Increase understanding and expertise level in Trigenics® Myoneural procedures to treat neuromusculoskeletal injuries and sensorimotor dysfunction.

·        Develop ability to tutor and demonstrate Trigenics to others

Requirements

50 hour internship

·        Candidate must be present and assist in instructing all modules of 2 full R.T.P.® programs. (Including tutoring and examination)

·        Responsible for instructing at least 10 protocols of the procedures,

  50 hour extracurricular assignments

·        Submit an article on Trigenics®, which is accepted for publication by a public or professional magazine/newspaper.

·        Complete 2 case studies using guidelines set by T.I.M.M.

·        Successful passing of a closed-book written theory examination.

·        Successful completion of an advanced course and passing of advanced level practical procedures examinations.

·        C.P.T.I. candidates must also organize a Trigenics® demonstration for at least 6 peers whereby they provide information and visual demonstration.  Participants must sign in with name and contact information and the C.P.T.I. candidate is required to send the Institute the sign in sheet and a video of the presentation.

 On completion of C.P.T.I.:

·        In-depth knowledge of neuromuscular functional anatomy and applied functional neurology as well as theoretical principles of Trigenics®

·         Proficient in the process of writing articles and submitting for publication

·        Advanced proficiency in all standard Trigenics® procedures

·        Proficient in muscle strength and length testing for neurokinetic dysfunction

·        Possess good instructors skills to teach Trigenics® to others

·        Possess an in-depth understanding on treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and sport injuries.

·        Eligible to continue to instructor level 2, Fellowship program.

 

Fellow of the Trigenics® Institute of FUNCTIONAL NEUROLOGY (F.T.I.F.N.) (Level 4)

300 hours
 

Only doctors or physiotherapists are eligible to attain F.T.I.F.N. status to become a Trigenics® teacher. Teachers may teach and/or instruct at a Trigenics® course or hold their own courses in Trigenics under license of the Trigenics® Institute. To become a teacher, R.T.P.® graduates must have first completed the level II, 200 hour, C.P.T.I. program and then complete the level III, 100 hour, F.T.I.F.N. program. 

This designation requires completion of the C.P.T.I program and another 100 hours of additional training followed by a written exam and teaching evaluation. Forty hours of training is practical work preparing, instructing and teaching at a specified portion of the Trigenics
® course and sixty hours is dedicated to a completing and publishing a research study on Trigenics® in a professional scientific journal/publication. On-file case study compilations, pilot studies or thesis material for data in the study may be used.   

A choice of research topics will be supplied by the Trigenics
® Institute or by outside institutions that wish to incorporate them with their own studies relating to Trigenics® Functional Neurology.   
During 2 courses, candidates:

·        Must attend all lectures

·        Take a more active role in teaching the procedures with responsibility to teach at least 50% of the courses.  (Procedures to be taught are delineated prior to the course.)

·        Will be an examiner for the practical examination

·        Tutoring an advanced course.

 Students who successfully complete their internship and written exam become a Fellow of the Trigenics® Institute of Functional Neurology and may work as an instructor or teacher of Trigenics®. Candidates will be provided with updated manuals.

·        F.T.I.F.N. candidates must also organize a Trigenics® demonstration at a healthcare institute, association or society for at least 10 peers whereby they provide information and visual demonstration.  Participants must sign in with name and contact information and the C.P.T.I. candidate is required to send the Institute the sign in sheet and a video of the presentation.

 On completion of the F.T.I.F.N.:

·        The F.T.I.F.N. would be trained on how to summit/write professional research papers to scientific journal paper and magazine

·         Possess an in-depth understanding on treatment of neuromuscular injuries and sports injuries as well as performance enhancement protocols.

·        Learn and understand the process of organizing a professional seminar

·        Possess increased teaching skills

·        Good understanding and master the skill of neurokinetic examination and treatment.

·        Qualified to teach and set-up their own Trigenics® seminar (sport seminar etc) under the Trigenics Institute

 TRIGENICS® TRAINERS COURSES

Description

 

 

TRIGENICS® TRAINER COURSES PREREQUISITES

 Set yourself apart completely from other trainers by taking this scientific, highly sophisticated, leading edge course.

 

For the first time trainers will now have the ability to conduct regional and global neurokinetic mapping assessment enabling them to determine and take care of weak and short muscles. Your training programs will be tailored according to your findings allowing you to optimize performance, balance and power, and safely train your clients to their maximal potential, instantly increasing strength and movement.

 Certified Trigenics® Trainer (C.T.T.®) Candidates must have acquired a designation as a Trainer, Instructor, Coach or Therapist.

Upon successful completion of the course and evaluation the applicant will receive a diploma awarding them the designation of Certified Trigenics® Trainer or Certifies Trigenics Therapist with the suffix C.T.T.®

Registered Trigenics Trainers (R.T.T.®) Candidates must have acquired a designation as a Trainer, Instructor, Coach or Therapist with a C.T.T.® designation and 100 hours of practical experience or candidates with an Athletic Therapy, Kinesiology or other physical education undergraduate or student of these programs.

Upon successful completion of the course and evaluation the applicant will receive a diploma awarding them the designation of Registered Trigenics Trainer or Registered Trigenics Therapist with the suffix R.T.T.

The Certified Trigenics® Trainer Instructor (C.T.T.I.) program are offered to Trigenists  (R.T.P.®) (R.T.T.) who have demonstrated outstanding interest, understanding and competency in Trigenics® and are wanting to teach the Certified Trigenics® Trainer Course

Upon successful completion of the course and evaluation the applicant will receive a diploma awarding them the designation of Certified Trigenics® Trainer Instructor with the suffix C.T.T.I.

 

Certified Trigenics® Trainer Course (C.T.T.®)

3 modules x 2-day course for

 Course Description

·        Theory (Explanation of Trigenics® Theory and its application): 5 hours.

Theoretical science of Trigenics® followed by methodology of how to specifically apply the Trigenics® myoneural applications for Trainers and Therapists. Participants will learn about functional neurology through reflexogenic responses, the neuromusculaoskeletal system and sensorimotor regulation, the role of mechanoreceptors and neuroplasticity.

·        Practical (Hands­-on): 23 hours. Trigenics® Neurokinetic testing procedures are taught using the principles of orthopedic muscle testing for inhibition or over-facilitation. Related functional anatomy, neurological innervations, aberrant movement patterns and clinical overviews are discussed.

·        Attendees will learn how to complete a full body Trigenics® Neurokinetic Muscle Testing Assessment of all major muscles. Draw yourself and your clients a functional map of their bodies’ muscular abilities by assessing and recording neurologically weak or short muscles and movement patterns. (This ability is critically important in enabling you to train your clients to their maximum potential while also preventing injuries.)

·         Learn simple neuromuscular techniques to improve function as well as when to refer to a specialist for treatment intervention.

·        Learn Trigenics® myoneural exercises and Self Trigenics and which types of exercises to prescribe based upon your assessment

·        Increase strength and range of motion instantly

·        Augment power, speed and co-ordination

·        Neural training for injury correction and prevention

100 Hours (28 hrs inclass, 72 hrs outside)

4 days Intensive Internship

 100 Hours (28 hours on­site; 72 hours distance learning & home study; 1 hour examination).

  Course registration includes:

·        Full body Neurokinetic assessment procedures DVD

·        Written and pictorial manual.

 Course Evaluations:

- Pre­course home quiz

- Oral practical examination

- Completed paper with illustrations (or video) of how Trigenics principles can be incorporated into exercises or training regime 

  

 

REGISTERED tRIGENICS® tRAINER (r.T.T.) COURSE

 3 modules x 2 days each:

Trigenics® Theory; Upper Extremities Module 1; Lower Extremities Module 2; Spine, Thorax, Head & Neck Module 3

 Course Description

·        Theory (Explanation of Trigenics® Theory and its application): 5 hours.

Theoretical science of Trigenics® followed by methodology of how to specifically apply the treatment procedures. Participants will learn applications of functional neurology through overload of sensorimotor movement regulation using principles of amplitude summation, convergence projection, corticoneural reorganization and neuroplasticity.

·        Practical (Hands­-on): 23 hours. Neurokinetic testing procedures are taught using the principles of orthopedic muscle testing for inhibition or over-facilitation. Related functional anatomy, neurological innervations, aberrant movement patterns and clinical overviews are discussed.

Attendees will learn how to combine the 3 components of Trigenics®, resisted exercise movement, distortional stimulation of mechanoreceptors and biofeedback breathing. Specific protocols for treatment of individual muscles are demonstrated, practiced and integrated,

Learn when to refer to other specialists for treatment.

·        Learn Trigenics® myoneural exercises and Self Trigenics® and which types of exercises to prescribe based upon your assessment

        Increase strength and range of motion instantly

·        Augment power, speed and co-ordination

·        Neural training for injury correction and prevention

100 Hours (23 hrs inclass, 77 hrs outside)

6 days Intensive Internship

 32 Hours (28 hours on­site; 3 hours distance learning & home study; 1 hour examination).

Course materials:

·  1 theory and 2 procedures manuals

·  5 DVDs showing all the major procedures in detail.

 

 Evaluations:

- Pre­-course home quiz

- Oral practical examination

- 1 case report

- Completed paper with illustrations of examples (or video) of new Trigenics  exercises or training regime 

 

Certified Trigenics® trainer Instructor (C.T.T.I.)

100  hours

Requirements to attain a C.T.T.I.

The Certified Trigenics® Trainer Instructor (C.T.T.I.) program are offered to Trigenists  (R.T.P.®) (R.T.T.) who have demonstrated outstanding interest, understanding and competency in Trigenics and are wanting to teach the Certified Trigenics® Trainer Course

 About the Program

The C.T.T.I. program consists of an additional 100 hours (50 hours in-class + 50 hours distance learning)

 

Objectives of the Program

·        Increase understanding and expertise level in Trigenics® Myoneural procedures for Trainers

 

·        Develop ability to tutor, demonstrate and evaluate Trigenics® to others at a C.T.T.® level and facilitate a C.T.T.® training course

 

Requirements

50 hour internship

·        Candidate must be present and assist in instructing all modules of 2 full C.T.T., programs. (Including tutoring and examination)

·        Responsible for instructing at least 10 protocols of the procedures,

  50 hour extracurricular assignments

·        Submit an article on Trigenics® exercise, which is accepted for publication by a public or professional magazine/newspaper to promote the C.T.T. program

·        Successful passing of a written theory examination.

Develop a Trigenics neural exercise regime for a particular body part or area. Submit in video format in an educational way presentable and marketable to the public.

·        C.T.T.I. candidates must also organize a Trigenics® demonstration for at least 6 peers whereby they provide information and visual demonstration.  Participants must sign in with name and contact information and the C.T.T.I. candidate is required to send the Institute the sign in sheet and a video of the presentation.

 On completion of C.T.T.I.:

·        In-depth knowledge of neuromuscular functional anatomy and applied functional neurology as well as theoretical principles of Trigenics®

·        Proficiency in all standard Trigenics ®procedures

·        Proficient in muscle strength and length testing for neurokinetic dysfunction

·        Possess good instructor skills to teach Trigenics® to others

·        Possess an in-depth understanding on conditions requiring referral

 

 SUPPLEMENTAL TRIGENICS® SEMINARS

SPINE MANIPULATION COURSE

 Remarkable palpatory and osseous spinal manipulation skills.

·        Learn how to easily feel and find spinal lesions and intervertebral dyskinesia

·        Learn 7 Master Manipulation Procedures which enable you to competently and safely manipulate all major areas of the spine, including the atlas, cervicals, cervicothoracics, thoracics, thoracolumbar, lumbar and sacroiliac joints.

 1 day, 6 hours

www.spinemanipulation.com

 NB: course enrollment limited to appropriate health professionals.

GOLF PERFORMANCE SEMINAR

2-day seminar

 Course syllabus:

·                             This is a combine lecture/practical style.

·                             Screening examination for golfers

·         Analysis of ideal golf swing mechanics and posture and the related muscle groups

·        Analysis of common faulty golf swing and posture and the affected muscle groups

·        Hand on practice on treatments of the common golf injuries

·        Hand on practice on using Trigenics® Performance enhancement care protocol for golfers (Sport specific Trigenics® Performance Protocol).

 Manual is given at the seminar.

 

 

TRIGENICS® SHOULDER SEMINAR:

THE 10-MINUTE TRIGENICS® SHOULDER ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT SYSTEM

 Learn how to analyze and diagnose shoulder conditions within 5 minutes or less and to treat for immediate results within another 5 minutes. You will learn how to become a master diagnostician by systematically drawing a functional neurokinetic map of the shoulder using a specific series of strength and length testing procedures. Shoulder ligamentous or capsular damage and instabilities will be “ruled-in” should they exist and require further investigative procedures. A brief introduction to the science and theory of Trigenics® Applied Functional Neurology will also be presented.  

Neurokinetic Shoulder Assessment DVD Included.

 30 minute lecture, 2.5 hour workshop with demonstrations on audience volunteers. Total 3 hours.