Motor Nerve Reflex Testing Austin
Proper diagnosis is 95% of effective treatment. Chronic pain is the most difficult diagnostic puzzle the body can present. One acute injury unresolved or unhealed results in plastic changes to the central nervous system (CNS) and adaptive postures that result in mechanical overload and breakdown of basic and necessary function of the organism.
The value of MNRT is that it gives us the priority of injuries for each individual based on survival instincts. There are many ways to evaluate injuries, however, only MNRT gives us the order in which to treat.
This hands-on course will teach you the skills necessary for reflex evaluation of specific neuritis. You will learn how to find cause instead of chasing symptoms, as well as when to refer and who to refer to. This course has limited attendance and is well attended by all disciplines treating chronic pain. To avoid disappointment, early registration is highly recommended.
TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre InternationalDr. Steven Olmos has been in private practice for more than 35 years, with the last 30 years devoted to research and treatment of craniofacial pain, temporomandibular disorder (TMD), and sleep-disordered breathing. He obtained his DDS from the University of Southern California School of Dentistry and is Board Certified in both Chronic Pain and Sleep Related Breathing Disorders by the American Board of Crainofacial Pain, The Academy of Integrative Pain Management, American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine, and American Board of Craniofacial Pain and Dental Sleep Medicine.
Dr. Olmos is the founder of TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centres International, with over 60 centres in 7 countries.
Day 1 - June 23
- MNRT Overview
- All Attendees will be Tested
- P0, P5 and hands on practice
- Break on your own
- P3,P7 and Hands on Practice
Day 2 - June 24
- Continued P test lectures and hands on practice
- Spinal Scratch and Hands on Practice
- Nerve Evaluations and Practice
- Continued Hands on Practice