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NeuroMuscular Therapy Certification 

 
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NMT Center presents the NeuroMuscular Therapy Certification Series in Greensboro, NC.  Below is the description of the series, none are prerequisites to the other, meaning you can take these in any order you choose.   

Torso/Pelvis
This 20 CE contact hour course will train anatomy, physiology, functions and dysfunctions of the thoracic, pelvic and lumbar areas, as well as common syndromes, surgical approaches and step-by-step routines. 

Cervical/Cranium
This 20 CE contact hour course will train anatomy, physiology, functions and dysfunctions of the head, including TMJ, cervical muscles, whiplash, headaches, military neck, and craniomandibular pain, as well as common syndromes, surgical approaches and a step-by-step therapy routine.

Upper Extremity
This 20 CE contact hour course will train anatomy, physiology, functions and dysfunctions of the shoulder, arm and hand. Carpal tunnel, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, and SIT tendons, as well as common syndromes, surgical approaches and a step-by-step therapy routine will be discussed.
 
Lower Extremity
This 20 CE contact hour course will train anatomy, physiology, functions and dysfunctions of the hip, thigh, knee, leg and foot. Sciatica, degenerative hip, knee pain, fallen arches, and bunions as well as common syndromes, surgical approaches and step-by-step routines will be discussed.

NMT for the Gravity Game (previously Posture, Acture, & Gaiting)
Our bodies are challenged to deal with gravity every day. Muscles and bones are designed to compensate in a functional manner while conserving body resources. However, when adaptional demands are too great or are prolonged, decompensation with serious consequences may result. You can be more effective for your clients/patients by learning useful strategies to observe, assess and deal with poor posture, muscle substitution, dysfunctional gait mechanics, the close environment and habits of use.

This 12 CE contact hour course will include assessment for anatomical/functional leg length difference, assessment of pelvic position, and navicular drop test for arch loss, as well as take a look at the usefulness of Fukuda-Uterberger test, Hautant's test, single leg stance test, Trendelinburg test, and other assessments for balance and gait.