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Neuro-Physiology of Scoliosis Progression

Neuro-Physiology of Scoliosis Progression

Neuro-Physiology of Scoliosis Progression

Dr Jenna Glenn
Dr Jenna Glenn
on behalf of National University of Health Sciences

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Launch date: 17 Jan 2017
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Last updated: 29 Dec 2018

Reference: 167734

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Latest User Comments

Dr Jacob Plasker DC, DACNB (23 Dec 2018)
Comprehensive review of scoliosis research
Anat Aronowicz (22 Oct 2018)
Good content. I would benefit from a bibliography/source list on one page or hyperlinked so I can access the articles cited easily. Also, though not the subject of this course, I would benefit from a breakdown of the vectors that should be considered when working with patients with scoliosis to mitigate curvature over time. Finally, while this course focused on the adolescent patient I would like more information about interrupting or reversing the progression of scoliosis related degeneration.

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

This is the 2014 IAFNR recording
This course is valid for continuing education credit in the following states, so long as it falls within the scope of practice as outlined by the corresponding state board:
CO, CT, DE, DC, GA, ID, IL, IA, MD, MI, MT, NE, OH, OR, RI, SC, UT, VT, VA, WA

If your state is not listed, please check approved continuing education through your respective state board, or contact our offices.

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NUHS makes no representation either directly or indirectly that the substantive matter being presented is approved or within respective scope of licensing. It remains the attendees' responsibility to contact the state board(s) from which they seek continuing education credits for purposes of ensuring said board(s) approves both the delivery method and content as they relate to this event.

postgrad@nuhs.edu | (630) 889-6622

This course is valid for continuing education credit in the following states, so long as it falls within the scope of practice as outlined by the corresponding state board:
CO, CT, DE, DC, GA, ID, IL, IA, MD, MI, MT, NE, OH, OR, RI, SC, UT, VT, VA, WA

If your state is not listed, please check approved continuing education through your respective state board, or contact our offices.

Please note that online continuing education is not recognized in the following states:
FL, IN, KY, LA, MS, OK, WI, WY

NUHS makes no representation either directly or indirectly that the substantive matter being presented is approved or within respective scope of licensing. It remains the attendees' responsibility to contact the state board(s) from which they seek continuing education credits for purposes of ensuring said board(s) approves both the delivery method and content as they relate to this event.

postgrad@nuhs.edu | (630) 889-6622

Objectives

Learn how Scoliosis is a whole organism phenomena.
The impact of scoliosis is large and thus is worthy of more study.
Dr Jenna Glenn

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Dr Jenna Glenn
on behalf of National University of Health Sciences

Dr. Marc Lamantia

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User Reviews (2)

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Dr Jacob Plasker DC, DACNB (23 Dec 2018)
Comprehensive review of scoliosis research
Anat Aronowicz (22 Oct 2018)
Good content. I would benefit from a bibliography/source list on one page or hyperlinked so I can access the articles cited easily. Also, though not the subject of this course, I would benefit from a breakdown of the vectors that should be considered when working with patients with scoliosis to mitigate curvature over time. Finally, while this course focused on the adolescent patient I would like more information about interrupting or reversing the progression of scoliosis related degeneration.

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