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ID 5: Nerve Entrapment

ID the difference between radiculopathy, peripheral neuropathy, and cranial neuropathy

ID the clinical pearls of functional anatomy knowledge that deem nerves clinically relevant
ID entrapment sites of the vast majority of peripheral nerves, including cranial nerves, dorsal rami, cervical plexus, brachial plexus, intercostal nerves, lumbar plexus, and sacral plexus, and coccygeal plexus
ID the modalities carried by each peripheral nerve, so symptomatic loss/inflammation can be predicted
ID the palpation of important landmarks on structures that prove useful in assessments of entrapment
Visualize the structures in interactive formats, such as body painting, drawings, visual aids, and transparencies
Dissect assessments based upon entrapment location and patient presentation
Dissect common functional movements to help release entrapments at various sites
Simulated Dissection of entrapment sites
3-5 Instructors circulate to answer questions and optimize learning.
Course includes: manual, learning tools for take-home help, a support forum, and the entire course recorded for free Vimeo access after the course is complete.

Taking the "Gross" out of Gross Anatomy. Putting the "Fun" back in Function. 

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