Jack M.Stagge P.T., OCS, FAAOMPT, Director/Instructor

All courses are being sponsored by

Institute of Physical Art:  www.instituteofphysicalart.com

Courses Offered:

Beyond the Slump Test (PNLQ)…Washington D.C.         Oct. 1st-2nd, 2016

Beyond the Slump Test (PNLQ)…Oshkosh, WI               Oct. 15-16, 2016

More Than U.L.T.T’s (PNUQ)….Oakland. CA                  Oct. 22-23, 2016

Beyond the Slump Test (PNLQ)…Des Moines, IA            Nov. 12-13. 2016

Beyond the Slump Test (PNLQ)….Oak Brook Illinois       Dec. 3-4, 2016

 

Courses Offered: (All courses are offered in 2 day formats)

PNUQ:  More Than U.L.T.T’s: Peripheral Neuropathic Syndromes in Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Patients: Upper Quadrant

This 2 day course will present concepts of differential diagnosis and treatment of patients with upper quadrant pain and loss of function pioneered by Bob Elvey P. T., GDMT.   Participants will learn to integrate the six sensitive and specific evaluation techniques into their standard evaluations and specific treatment protocols will be demonstrated and practiced. Often misdiagnosed maladies of the upper quadrant including shoulder impingements, “chronic tendonitis”, adhesive capsulitis, failed whiplash syndromes etc. will be discussed and well documented neurogenic causation will be presented. Real patient examinations, videos, case presentation, and lab practical’s will allow for application into the participant’s daily practice.

PNLQ:  Beyond The Slump Test: Peripheral Neuropathic Syndromes in Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Patients: Lower Quarter

This two day lab course will present concepts of differential diagnosis and treatment of patients with lower extremity pain and loss of function pioneered by Bob Elvey P. T., G.D.M.T. Participants will learn to integrate the six sensitive and specific evaluation techniques into their standard evaluations and specific treatment protocols will be demonstrated and practiced. Often misdiagnosed maladies of the lower quadrant including plantar fasciitis, failed back syndromes, chronic hamstring tears, tarsal tunnel syndromes, trochanteric bursitis etc. will be discussed and well documented neurogenic causation will be presented. Real patient examinations, videos, case presentation, and lab practical’s will allow for application into the participant’s daily practice.

 

 

 

 

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