Upcoming Webinars Presented By CCED

Posted on Jun 29, 2015

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Upcoming Webinars Presented By CCED

Tuesday, June 30th, from 7:00-9:00 PM CT Dr. Michael Hall will be presenting "Neurology 305: Functional Neurology and the Frontal Lobes"

Course Description: The frontal lobes are immediately germain to who we are as humans and how we present ourselves to others. The frontal lobes do not reach their full maturation until our mid-20’s. We have seen many neurological disorders attributed to dysfunction of the frontal lobes such as ADD/ ADHD, Parkinson’s, and Dementia. Early clinical evaluation may give insight to subtle changes in frontal lobe functions. This presentation will serve to illuminate some of those investigationalprocedures.


The Frontal Lobes
 1.Embryologic Considerations
 2.Right – Left Connectivity
 3.Male – Female Considerations
 1.Evaluation of the Frontal Lobes
 1.Primitive Reflexes – Retained or Integrated?
 2.Extensor Dominance – Flexor Escape
 3.Neuro-Optometrics
 1.Volitional Eye Movements
 2.Saccades
 3.Cortical Suppression / VOR
 4.Pyramidal Weakness

Tuesday, July 7th, from 7:00-9:00 PM CT Dr. Howard Benedikt will be presenting "Nutrition 302: Nutritional Management of Arthritic Disease"


•DJD

Chondroprotective agents; glucosamine, chondroitin

Oxidative stress, antioxidant therapy

Collagen extracts Type I & Type II
•Autoimmune arthritis; RA, gout, psoriasis

Origins of autoimmunity hygiene hypothesis, intestinal permeability
•Anti inflammatory nutrients

Fish oil

Turmeric

Proteolytic enzymes

Boswellia

Thursday, July 9th, from 7:00-9:00 PM CT Dr. Donald Ozello will be presenting "Sports Medicine 302: Lower Leg Conditions"

Sports Medicine 302: Lower leg conditions; Shin Splints, Achilles Tendonitis, ankle sprains, calf muscle strain and compartment syndrome
 -Description of condition
 -Anatomy
 -Physiology, biomechanics & kinetic chain
 -Overuse injuries vs traumatic injuries
 -Symptoms
 -Consultation: what to look for
 -Examination finding
 -Imaging:
 -Differential diagnosis
 -Intrinsic sources
 -Extrinsic sources
 -Treatment in the office
 -Patient education: Self management to speed proper recovery and prevent re-occurrence

Register for these upcoming courses, or to view future Webinars, Online Classes, and Live Events please log on to www.ccedseminars.com. ‪#‎ChiropracticCE‬ ‪#‎OnlineCE‬ ‪#‎BoardApproved‬

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