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Dates for INTRODUCTION DAY(WORKSHOP) in to Back Pain,Neck Pain,Herniated Disc and Scoliosis :




Price is just £59!! instead of £200


Saturday  12 of December   2015      9am-5pm      £59

Saturday  16th of January   2016      9am-5pm      £59

Saturday  19th of March      2016      9am-5pm      £200


This Courses and Workshops introducing unique technique gradually developed in past 30 years with 25 years of clinical experience with more than 20.000 patients.


Venue : 

Anglia Ruskin University, Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, CM1 1SQ

Just 30 min. from London Liverpool St.(Train every 15 min.) and 5 min. walk from Train station in Chelmsford to University

Local car parks(A lot places but chargeable) or surrounding streets for free.Insight University is Costa Coffee and food supplier. 


My Spine Related Problems workshop day is hold in beauty  Lord Ashcroft building at Anglia Ruskin Chelmsford University next Saturday 12th of December.
I like you to personally invite for this unique and full of practical information venue in relation with Spine Problems.How can we avoid them,treat them or successfully cure them.(There will be real client example,MRI scan photo+report,Video,Exercise  presentation and many more) I am pretty sure that you can't gain this kind of information elsewhere.  I will  show you a lot of practical  way how to  understand Spine Related Problems and practical ways to fight with this civilisation illness. 



Because of high demand in this specific area, this Introduction day will help Physiotherapists,Osteopaths,Chiropractors,Masseurs and other Health and Fitness professionals(Personal Trainers,Exercise referral,Management of Low Back Pain) introduce them in to how  can successfully  recognised,established and treat certain condition such :


- Low Back Pain (LS Spine)

- Upper Back Pain ( Th Spine)

- Neck Pain (C Spine)

- Acute and Chronic Back Pain

- Disc Herniation

- Scoliosis

- Postural Changes

- Muscles Disbalancies


You will learned advance manual technique for pain relief and understanding how you can established caused of pain and than use suitable technique.




 - traction – spine traction in up direction  and opening discs room between each vertebrae 
- centralisation – Centralisation of spine and balancing in to middle of axis 
- mobilisation – dividing rotation movement in to dynamic segments                                   
                                
 – establishing natural functional S shape curvature of spine 
- PNF – proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation – coordination muscle chain functioning have a PNF characteristic (...by activating nerve endings)    
- reciprocity inhibits (active relaxing) vertical muscle chain which making  a compression of spine 
- application principle of postural reaction and sensomotorical  reaction (Stimulation in active and passive position or dynamic motion)


There is possibility  secure your place for £30 and £29 pay on Course by Cash.You will gain awesome knowledge about spine related problems but also you can decide if you will continue for intensive course in area which you specialised and use your payment as part payment on future intensive courses where you can gain certification...




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Course No.1  Acute Back Pain Treatment,Back & Neck Pain, Sciatica,Herniated Disc - Follow up Treatment



Price :    £542

Date :     11th-14th of February 2016 

Venue :   Anglia Ruskin University, Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, CM1 1SQ

Just 30 min. from London Liverpool St.(Train every 15 min.) and 5 min.walk from Train station in Chelmsford to University





Acute and Chronic Back Pain/Neck Pain/Sciatica/Trap Nerves/Prolapsed Discs:

- Establishing cause of pain
- Risk assessment with client
- Establishing place where pain originate
- Plan suitable therapy
- Multidisciplinary Therapy Treatment for pain relief
- Checking of: muscle disbalancies,bones alignment,postural changes,other deformities
- Recovery and (suitable/unsuitable) Rehabilitation plan for client

Enhancing your theoretical but mainly practical skills.



Aims :    With confidence assessing the patient

              - Help with acute pain (usually during 2-3 treatments - one week)

              - using multidisciplinary techniques for exceptional result in very short time

            (Trigger Points, Dorn Method,Massage Techniques,Tractions,Taping, Hot Treatment Procedure Etc.) for immediate help and post  care for up to 3-6 weeks(depence of condition)


Typical example : Client feel pain relief same day,coming back to work during 4-7 days, During next 3-6 weeks Client                                              Experiencing Major Improvement and is ready for next step - special exercise tailored for him to continue in  progress 



Fill the form and you can WIN this Intensive  32 Hours Course




Price :    £542      Interested in early bird offer?! Send a request bellow 

Date :     11th-14th of February 2016 

Venue :   Anglia Ruskin University, Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, CM1 1SQ

Just 30 min. from London Liverpool St.(Train every 15 min.) and 5 min. walk from Train station in Chelmsford to University



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This Courses and Workshops introducing unique technique gradually developed in past 30 years with 25 years of clinical experience with more than 20.000 patients all over Europe,Scandinavia and Asia.

 

Main themes : Scoliosis,Back/Neck pain,Herniated Disc,MRI scan,X-RAY
9th - 12th of March 2016

Price: £761

Venue : 

Anglia Ruskin University, Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, CM1 1SQ

Just 30 min. from London Liverpool St.(Train every 15 min.) and 5 min. walk from Train station in Chelmsford to University

Local car parks(A lot places but chargeable) or surrounding streets for free.Insight University is Costa Coffee and food supplier.




- Acute and Chronic Pain

- Herniation of discs (Differential diagnosis, Structural diagnosis, functional diagnosis, Acute and Chronic  back pain )

Causes of prolapse intervertebral discs, spondylosis, spondylarthtrosis, application of exercises,manual therapy and massage - prevention and regeneration.
FBS - Failed Back Surgery Syndrome and complication after Spine Surgery


- Scoliosis   ( Idiopathic, Neuropathic , Myopathic, Ossifikacio imperfecta)

Therapy of Idiopathic Scoliosis for children
Rehabilitation during and after corset therapy
Rehabilitation after Spine Fusion, preparing for rehabilitation-dramaticly shorter time for operation after care !!
Therapy for de-compensation in middle age
Therapy of Spine Stenosis 

Patients from 6-18 yo - possibility of complete compensation of the curve
Patients from 18-25 yo - possibility of compensation of muscle imbalance caused by  
                                                  corset therapy
Patients middle age compensation of muscle imbalance treatment for developed degeneration - prolapsed discs, spinal stenosis, cor kyphoscolioticum.

Special set of Exercises for  :       1. Traction
                                                        2.  Centralisation of Spine
                                                        3.  Mobilisation of Spine 

Manual Techniques - Relaxation and stretching :                     m. iliocostalis
                                                                                                    m.longissimus thoracis
                                                                                                    m. quadratus lumborum
                                                                                                    m. multifidus
                                                                                                    manual traction of spine
                                                                                                    mobilisation of spine and SI Joints

Inhibition sensomotoric functions and correction  Dynamic and Passive Muscle Chains.
Detection of Muscle dis-balance in Shoulder girdle, Abdominal area and  Lumbar area.


Muscle chains

1/ Spiral chain :

Chain LD - latissimus dorsi (trapezius)
Ld –A
M. latissimus dorsi (m. trapezius), processus spinosus, mm. rotatores longi, processus transversus, mm. levatores costarum, costa, mm. intercostales externi, m. obliquus externus abdominis, crista iliaca, fascia lata, m. tibialis anterior, (m. tibialis posterior).
Ld –B
M. latissimus dorsi (m. trapezius), processus spinosus Th., mm. rotatores breves, processus transversus, mm. levatores costarum, costa, m. obliquus externus abdominis, m. obliquus internus abdominis, m. glutaeus maximus (middle part), fascia lata, m. tibialis anterior, (m. tibialis posterior).
Ld –C
M. latissimus dorsi (m. trapezius),  processus spinosus Th., mm. rotatores breves, processus transversus, mm. levatores costarum, costa, m. obliquus externus abdominis, m. obliquus internus abdominis, crista iliaca, ligamentum inguinale, os. ilium, os ischii, m. levator anni, os coccygis, m. glutaeus maximus (dolní část), fascia lata, m. tibialis anterior, (m. tibialis posterior).
Ld –D
M. latissimus dorsi (m. trapezius), processus spinosus Th., mm. rotatores breves, processus transversus, mm. levatores costarum, costa, m. obliquus externus abdominis, m. pyramidalis, symphysis, m. adductor brevis, m. adductor longus
Ld –E
M. latissimus dorsi, processus spinosus L., processus costarius, m. transversus abdominis
Ld –F
M. latissimus dorsi, processus spinosus L., fascia thoracodorsalis, crista iliaca, m. glutaeus maximus (top part), fascia lata, m. tibialis anterior, (m. tibialis posterior).
Ld –G
M. latissimus dorsi, crista iliaca, m. glutaeus medius, fascia lata, m. tibialis anterior, (m. tibialis posterior).
Ld –H
M. latissimus dorsi, crista iliaca, spina iliaca anterior superior, m. sartorius, tibia, pes anserinus.
Ld –I
M. latissimus dorsi, m. obliquus externus abdominis, symphysis, m. adductor brevis, m. adductor longus


Chain Sa - serratus anteriror
Sa- A
Os occipitale, linea nuchae superior, m. splenius capitis, procesus spinosus, mm. rhomboidei, scapula margo medialis, m. serratus anterior, costae, m. sternalis, costae, mm. intercostales interni, m. obliquus internus abdominis, m. serratus posterior inferior, processus spinosus L., processus costarius, m. transversus abdominis.
Sa- B
Os occipitale, linea nuchae superior, m. splenius capitis, procesus spinosus, mm. rhomboidei, scapula margo medialis, m. serratus anterior, costae, m. obliquus externus abdominis, m. obliquus internus abdominis, m. glutaeus maximus (middle part), fascia lata, m. tibialis anterior, (m. tibialis posterior).
Sa- C
Os occipitale, linea nuchae superior, m. splenius capitis, procesus spinosus, mm. rhomboidei, scapula margo medialis, m. serratus anterior, costae, m. obliquus externus abdominis, m. obliquus internus abdominis, crista iliaca, os. ilium, os ischii, m. levator anni, os coccygis, m. glutaeus maximus (lower part), fascia lata, m. tibialis anterior, (m. tibialis posterior).
Sa- D
Os occipitale, linea nuchae superior, m. splenius capitis, procesus spinosus, mm. rhomboidei, scapula margo medialis, m. serratus anterior, costae, m. obliquus externus abdominis, m. obliquus internus abdominis, spina iliaca anterior superior, m. tensor fasciae latae, fascia lata, m. tibialis anterior, (m. tibialis posterior).
Sa- E
Os occipitale, linea nuchae superior, m. splenius capitis, procesus spinosus, mm. rhomboidei, scapula margo medialis, m. serratus anterior, costae, m. obliquus externus abdominis, m. pyramidalis, symphysis, m. adductor brevis, m. adductor longus


Chain Pm - pectoralis major
Pm-A
Humerus crista tuberkuli majoris, m. pectoralis major, m. sternalis, costae, mm. intercostales interni, m. obliquus internus abdominis, m. serratus posterior inferior, processus spinosus L., processus costarious, m. transversus abdominis.
Pm- B
Humerus crista tuberkuli majoris, m. pectoralis major, m. obliquus internus abdominis, m. glutaeus maximus (middle part), fascia lata, m. tibialis anterior, (m. tibialis posterior).
Pm-C
Humerus crista tuberkuli majoris, m. pectoralis major, m. obliquus internus abdominis, crista iliaca, os. ilium, os ischii, m. levator anni, os coccygis, m. glutaeus maximus (lower part), fascia lata, m. tibialis anterior, (m. tibialis posterior).
Sa- D
Humerus crista tuberkuli majoris, m. pectoralis major, m. obliquus internus abdominis, spina iliaca anterior superior, m. tensor fasciae latae, fascia lata, m. tibialis anterior, (m. tibialis posterior).



2/ Vertical Chains:

Chain erector spinae
M. erector spinae, os ilium, os sacrum, ligamentum sacrotuberale, m. biceps femoris, caput fibulae, fibula, m. fibularis brevis, tuberositas ossis metatarsi V., m. fibularis longus, bassis ossi metatarsi I, os cuneiforme mediale.


Chain quadratus lumborum
Processi costarii L., m. quadratus lumborum, crista iliaca, m. rectus femoris, m. soleus, m. adductor hallucis caput obliquum.

Chain iliopsoas
M. longus colli, m. longus capitis, m. spinalis, m. iliopsoas.

Chain rectus abdominis
M. sternocleidomastoideus, sternum, (m. pectoralis minor, mm. intercostales ecterni), m. rectus abdominis, symphysis, m. gracilis,  tibia, m. flexor digitorum longus

Chain semispinales
Processi spinosi, mm. semispinales (m. multifidi), m. intercostales externi, costae, m. obliquus externus abdominis, crista iliaca, m. glutaeus medius, m. vastus lateralis