03/10/2020 7-9 PM CT Neurology 348: NMS Implications of Low Axial Tone
March 10, 2020
March 10, 2020
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03/10/2020 7-9 PM CT
Topic: Neurology 348: NMS Implications of Low Axial Tone
Credit Hours: 2
Instructor: Michael Hall, DC, FIACN
Course Description: Axial tone is seldom appreciated on clinical examination. Rather it is often misinterpreted as hypertonus or spasm. This discussion will cover the clinical aspects surrounding low axial tone, forward head posture, gibbus deformity, and pain syndromes. Differentiation between axial and appendicular will also be addressed from a clinical perspective.
- Paraspinal anatomy and physiology
- Fatty infiltration
- Low tone
- Clinical implications for Postural Syndromes
- Clinical implication for Orthopedic Conditions
- Procedures for improving Low Tone
- Define Axial Tone
- Discuss Clinical Implications for Postural Syndromes and for Orthopedic Conditions
- Outline procedures for improving Low Tone
- Differentiate between axial and appendicula
Dr. Michael W. Hall is widely known for his passion of chiropractic, neurology, and patient care. For the past 25+ years he has been teaching post-graduate clinical neurology throughout the US and around the world. He graduated with honors from Parker College of Chiropractic in 1990. He then went on to attain diplomate status in chiropractic clinical neurology thru the American Board of Chiropractic Neurology in 1993. Later received his fellowship from the International Academy of Chiropractic Neurology in 2008. He has published research, presented at scientific conferences, lectured extensively at chiropractic colleges, and continues to maintain an active clinical practice while raising five beautiful children. Dr. Hall has received numerous recognitions for outstanding teaching, contributions to chiropractic, functional neurology, and community service. He can be reached at www.BrainDC.org or thru the CCED website.