European College of QINOpractic Medicine
4 days (9,00 am - 5,00 pm)
UK, Ireland, and Scotland: Level 3 Certificate in any Therapy where Anatomy and Physiology is a part of the curriculum.
(Note, It is preferable if have at least two years' experience as a therapist or relevant bodywork, this is for your sake, since the courses are fairly advanced.
The rest of Europe or the world:
Minimum a level of education in the Complementary Medicine field that entitles you to a certification to practice in your Country, and have adequate insurance.
We will explore topics like:
The effects of stress on the system as a whole
Providing you with a thorough under-standing of function and physiology of the body.
Techniques that we address:
Temporal-Mandibular Joint (TMJ),
Pelvis misalignment and dysfunction
Stability and rehabilitation training
Please note that we offer 100% money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with the course for any reason...
We are very confident that our courses offers the highest standard available on the market today.
We have offered this in Sweden since the start of our courses in 2005.
We are still waiting to return the course fee to our first "unhappy" student..
QINOpractic Medicine: Module 1
Beyond Sports Massage – It’s about Peak Performance. On all levels...
Module 1 focuses on providing a thorough understanding of function and physiology of the body. Understanding both the neuro-muscular and pathophysiological roles is vital for the practitioner in order to understand and predict how the body will react to a particular stress or stressful situation (football match or just everyday work related issues) and/or trauma.
This understanding will prevent misdiagnosis and ensure treatment is accurate leading to desired outcomes and effective results. An incorrect diagnosis and/or lack of understanding of functional mechanisms can lead to an incorrect treatment or not getting the required effect.
This first module will give you a number of valuable understandings and techniques, which can be used on a daily basis when treating your athlete/client.
› Physiology of pain and how daily stress affects pain and/or overall function/ performance
› Nature, and a greater understanding, of chronic and reoccurring pain.
Why does the pain keep reoccurring? Are we looking at the right spot/area?
Just because the athlete have a history of Hamstring problems, does that mean that there is something wrong with the Hamstring? Or is the picture bigger than that? If a client suffers from a headache, is there something wrong with their forehead?
Or is the problem a tad bigger and more complicated?
› Educational tools to assist you and your patients in preventing injuries, like the hamstring muscle issue.
› An understanding on why it's important to focus on function rather than structure (muscles, joints, connective tissue)
› Rehabilitation techniques. Rehabilitate the first domino, not the one that produces the symptoms.
› Identifying the subtleties of presenting complaints to indicate the status of our clients (or injuries). It’s all about Peak Performance.
How can we help our athletes/clients reach that extra percentage that will take them to the very top (or to an optimal, pain-free, life)?
› Identifying the underlying factors to why pain occurs or why the client (athlete) can't perform at optimal level.
› How can we help our clients/athletes to Peak Performance. We can all massage our athletes or clients, and some of us can “jump start” a muscle here and there.
But how can we help them reach even further? To Peak Performance.
This module will leave you well equipped to treat your clients from day 1 after the course to free them from a vicious cycle of chronic pain, or to reach that extra level of performance.
Module 1 focuses on primarily on understanding and a new way of thinking about our client's problem. We look at their problems from a different perspective. Plus you will be provided with a whole lot of useful techniques.
Module 1 Course Content:
Muscle Testing and Diagnostics
Applied, Physiological and Neurological Kinesiology
Anatomy & Physiology
Analysis of Pain
Stress and Stress Reactions in the Body
A variety of treatment techniques.
Applied Kinesiology treatment techniques
(for example TMJ and Pelvic Dysfunction treatment)
Chiropractic soft tissue application (no Manipulation)