While the examination of proper function and disorders in many parts of the body are viewed from a systems approach, the different role that each segment of the spine plays in the body is often overlooked. In part 2, we will discuss the role each segment of the spine from levels T5 through L2 plays in movement and daily activities; autonomic nervous system imbalance; circulation; and gastrointestinal, respiratory, and cardiac function. Part 1 not required.
Learning Objectives (upon completion)
- Student will learn the relationship between the T5-L2 segments and adjacent musculoskeletal structures.
- Student will learn the relationship between the T5-L2 segments and adjacent visceral and organic structures.
- Student will learn the relationships between the T5-L2 segments and adjacent neurovascular structures.
- Student will learn various methods to evaluate the presence of somatic dysfunction in the T5-L2 segments.
- Student will learn various methods to treat existing somatic dysfunctions in the T5-L2 segments.
Duration: Saturday, December 2, 2023 from 8am-5pm; Sunday, December 3, 2023 from 8am-4pm
NEW Temporary Location: The Exchange
1122 Kenilworth Drive
Conference Room – 2nd Floor (exit elevator to the left)
Towson, MD 21204
*Please note that masks are optional*
Price: $620 / person
Number of Attendees: 12-16
Instructors: Robert Cohen, M.A., P.T. and Jon Laking, M.A., P.T.
Contact: Robert Cohen, M.A., P.T. at 410-321-9292 or email@example.com
Target Audience: Healthcare providers – M.D., D.O., P.T., A.T.C., M.T., R.N., O.T., and other licensed or certified Healthcare Providers.
Continuing Education Credits: NCBTMB Approved Provider #1418. This course has been approved by NCBTMB and the Maryland Board of Physical Therapy Examiners for 1.5 CEUs (15 credit hours).