Improving Athletic Performance through Functional Neurology Saturday 7 March 2020. 9AM-6PM



In order to function properly, your brain needs 3 primary things:  oxygen, fuel, and activation.  This last aspect is accomplished mainly through movement.  We will explain how sporting activities as well as spinal manipulative treatment effects the brain.  We will present the latest research in this area.  We will demonstrate how sports activities and movement in general affect other aspects of health such as concentration, sleeping, moods and emotional state of mind.  You will receive plenty of practical tips on how to train the body most efficiently for various sports activities.

The topics include:

  • Strategies to optimize speed and endurance
  • Neurological applications for strengthening and stretching muscles
  • Electronic muscle stimulation
  • Kinesiotaping
  • How to train the brain for optimal performance


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D.C. fee €275.00, Student fee €140.00



Upcoming events

Headaches: Fine Tuning Your Approach Saturday 9 November 2019. 9AM-6PM

In this module we will elaborate on the functional neurological triggers involved in headaches.  Most of the time, these involve imbalance of brain stem centers of the vestibular system, which can have neuro-vascular consequences and autonomic imbalance.  On Saturday 9 November we will therefore review various regions of the brain stem, vestibular system and cerebellum, and show

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Functional Neurological Impact of Your Adjustment Saturday 11 January 2020. 9AM-6PM

The chiropractic adjustment is the claim to fame for the profession.  Whereas in the past it was speculated as to how the adjustment affects the nervous system, now these mechanisms are better understood.  We will explain what kind of functional neurological influences your adjustment can have, by analyzing anatomical, physiological, and clinical features of the nerve supply

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Improving Athletic Performance through Functional Neurology Saturday 7 March 2020. 9AM-6PM

In order to function properly, your brain needs 3 primary things:  oxygen, fuel, and activation.  This last aspect is accomplished mainly through movement.  We will explain how sporting activities as well as spinal manipulative treatment effects the brain.  We will present the latest research in this area.  We will demonstrate how sports activities and movement in general affect other aspects

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Eye Movements and Rehabilitation. Saturday 16 May, 2020. 9AM-6PM

The eyes play an important role in the integrity of the nervous system. For chiropractors, the connection between the eyes, the inner ear and the spine should be clearly understood since the spinal intrinsic musculature is controlled by this very system. In this module you will learn how to assess aberrant eye movements and deficiencies

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Location

Golden Tulip Leiden
Schipholweg 3
2316 XB Leiden
Netherlands

Tel.: (+31) 71 408 3500
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Experienced Specialists

Your lecturers are Jeroen (Jay) Postma and Tom Claykens. They are quality maniacs and Carrick Institute educated diplomats, whom take chiropractic functional neurology out of its conventional straightjacketed constrains and give it a distinctive and practical approach. Everything they share is meticulously selected and is united by their common mission to inspire and help you be your best.

For whom is it?

All seasoned chiropractors looking for an easy and understandable functional neurologic approach, or new graduates in search of a stepping stone towards a full degree in functional neurology. For all colleagues looking practical functional neurology knowledge they can apply the very next day.

Accreditation

Our modules are held on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. All modules can be taken independently and each one of them has been granted European Chiropractic Academy (EAC) and SCN accreditation equal to 8 CPDs per module.