Neurology Webinar Tonight

Posted on Sep 26, 2017

Tonight, Join us for Dr. Michael Hall's Presentation of "Neurology 320: Am I at Risk for a Stroke" from 7:00-9:00 PM Central Time

09/26/17 7-9 PM CT
Topic: Neurology 320: Am I at Risk for a Stroke?
Credit Hours: 2...
Instructor: Michael Hall, DC, FIANC

Course Description: In the chiropractic profession, there is a lot of discussion regarding stroke. For the most part, the discussion centers around mechanical issues involved in rendering an adjustment to a patient. This talk will address some of the most pertinent issues as to whether the patient is at risk for an ischemic / hypoxic event. Sleep, hemodynamics, vital signs, respirations, and blood sugar will be considered in this discussion as well as a good bit of neuroanatomy and neurophysiology.

Course Outline:
Stroke
Prevalence and statistics
Published risk factors
Differentiating between ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke
What is an Ischemic Stroke?
euroanatomy/neurophysiology
Migraine, whisper, and TIA
Lifestyle Considerations
Allostatic Load
IML escape
Vital signs

Learning Objectives:
Chiropractic considerations
Clinical significance of taut SCMs and scalenes
Chest Expansion, Tidal Volume, and FVC
Sleep Study – When to consider and what it means?

To register for this course please follow the link below
https://www.ccedseminars.com/pages/course-details.php?id=639
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