Meet the Faculty: Dr. Michael Hall
Posted on Feb 17, 2015
Meet The Faculty:
Michael W. Hall, DC, FIACN
Dr. Michael Hall, Chiropractic Neurologist, has been a passionate champion of chiropractic for nearly 25 years. He has maintained a busy clinical practice as well as lecturing in the chiropractic curriculum and post graduate arenas. His focus is on the subluxation complex as it relates to the health and well-being of the nervous system. Dr. Hall is a professor of neurology at Parker University in Dallas Texas and a frequent international lecturer. He serves on the advisory panel for the Australia Spine Research Foundation and as a reviewer for the Association of Chiropractic Colleges Research Consortium. Dr. Hall has published numerous articles in peer reviewed journals. He is a member of the American Chiropractic Association, Texas Chiropractic Association, International Academy of Chiropractic Neurology, American Academy of Spine Physicians, International Board of Chiropractic Specialties, and International Chiropractic Pediatric Association. He is married to the love of his life, Cara and together they have five wonderful children. They practice and live in Coppell, TX. As a family, they love all things outdoors!
Tuesday, 02/24/2015 7-9 PM CT, Join us for Dr. Hall's Presentation of "Neurology 302: Chiropractic Considerations of Pain on the Central Nervous System"
This presentation will address the more contemporary understandings of the physiological changes that occur within the central nervous system due to the adverse presence of pain. Frontal and parietal lobe diminished blood flow, hypometabolism, and hypervigilant sympathetic nervous system will be shown. The clinical meaning of this physiological change will be discussed in depth as it relates to chiropractic management, patient outcomes, and prognostic determinations.
1.Pain – Types and Characteristics
3.Central Wind-Up / Dyesthesia
2.Physiology of Pain and the Central Nervous System
2.Shift towards Sympathetic Escape
3.Degenerative and Inflammatory Changes
3.Clinical Ramifications of Unresolved Chronic Pain
1.Signs and Symptoms
2.Metabolism / Hypometabolism
3.HPA / Sympathoexcitatory Circuitry
4.Depression / Behavioural Disorders
1.Where’s the evidence for Chiropractic?
2.Laboratory / Nutrition
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