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Whiplash & Mild Traumatic Brain Injury - A Functional Neurological Approach - CPD

CPD Seminars AECC University College

Saturday, 26 January 2019 at 09:30 - Sunday, 27 January 2019 at 13:00 (GMT)

Whiplash & Mild Traumatic Brain Injury - A Functional...

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Registration Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Members
Member ticket price. Membership includes: AECC Alumni / ECU / RCC / TAM.
14h 48m £225.00 £0.00
Non Members
Ticket price for non members.
14h 48m £248.00 £0.00
Students
Ticket price for students.
14h 48m £150.00 £0.00
AECC MSc Chiropractic Y2 students 14h 48m Free £0.00
AECC MSc (F) Chiropractic Y1 students SLE Seminar 14h 48m Free £0.00

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Event Details

** There are a limited number of places available at the early booking discounted price (discounted price already shown). Once these have sold, places will revert to the standard price (+20%)**

 

Registration Saturday: 09:15

Saturday: 09:30-17:30

Sunday:   09:00-13:00

 

This course is accredited for 11 CPD Hours by the European Academy of Chiropractic. 

 

We want to reduce our impact on the environment by limiting the amount of paper we are using for our CPD courses.

 

Course notes: Not provided in hard copy. You will be notified by email to access notes via Dropbox or similar (this is free to access and you will not need to set up a Dropbox account)

 


Presented by Nicole Oliver


Course Description

Patients frequently seek the help of chiropractors, osteopaths and physiotherapists after sustaining a head or neck injury. Rather commonly 'cervical sprain/strain' is diagnosed and the true extent of the injury remains unexplored, undocumented and frequently untreated. Whether you treat athletes involved in contact sports or mostly the ‘bread and butter chiropractic patients’, this seminar will help you to better understand the acute and chronic bony, soft tissue and neurological injuries that can occur through a traumatic head and neck injury and will provide you with the knowledge and tools to effectively treat these injuries to the best possible extent.

 Course Content: 

 

  • Soft tissue injury and alteration of spinal biomechanics after whiplash and mild traumatic brain injury.
  • Common peripheral and central neurological manifestations of head and neck injuries.
  • The three pathophysiological subtypes of concussion as described in recent indexed scientific literature, which will help direct your treatment and formulate a more accurate prognosis.
  • What questions to ask and what examination procedures to perform to avoid missing often subtle neurological compromise that can have long-term detrimental effects on the patient's life.
  • Why people who have suffered a head/neck are often grumpy, unable to concentrate and frequently have difficulty sleeping for weeks after the injury - and it is not solely related to being angry about the damage to their car or the stress of having to deal with insurance companies.
  • Why it is not uncommon for brand new symptoms to appear several weeks after a whiplash injury, e.g. low back pain, dizziness or paraesthesia.
  • Factors that help predict recovery times and long-term outcome (with literature references) - very useful when arguing a medico-legal report.
  • Therapies to treat acute and chronic head and neck injuries, including physical modalities, tissue offloading, proprioceptive and vestibular rehabilitation, and cognitive therapies.
  • Nutritional approaches and other strategies to reduce neural inflammation in whiplash and mild traumatic brain injury.
  • Practicals throughout the day will provide opportunity to learn examination and treatment procedures.

Pre-reading suggestions:
www.neuroseminars.co.uk/page23.htm

  

Speaker

Nicole Oliver, DC, MChiro, BSc(Hons), DACNB graduated from AECC in 2005 and began studying functional neurology with the Carrick Institute in 2006. She gained the Diplomate of the American Chiropractic Neurology Board (DACNB) qualification four years later. Alongside clinical practice she lectures for Neuroseminars, teaching functional neurology in the UK and Europe. Nicole's other lecturing engagements have included the 2016 & 2014 ECU Conventions, the 2016 Belgian Chiropractors’ Union Jubilee Congress, the 2016 ChiroSuisse Convention, the 2016 German Chiropractic Association's Spring Seminar, the 2015 McTimoney Chiropractic Association Autumn Conference, the 2015 BACS Conference and the Scottish Chiropractic Association's 2013 Autumn Meeting/Seminar. 


 

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How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

For more information contact the CPD team on +44 (0)1202 436 237 or email cpd@aecc.ac.uk. 

Terms and Conditions of Booking 

Course organisers reserve the right to make alterations to fees, arrangements and dates for teaching and learning sessions, including the decision to run all or parts of the course in the light of demand. In the event that the course is cancelled or re-scheduled by the course organiser, a full refund of fees will be given, but the college takes no responsibility for travel or accommodation expenses incurred by the delegate. 

If for any reason you are unable to attend the seminar please be aware that fees will be refunded, less a £10 administration charge, for all cancellations received at least 30 days before the event. Cancellations received after the 30 day period but 7 days prior to the seminar date will receive a 50% refund less the £10 administration charge. No refunds can be given after this time. Contractual disclaimer: The views expressed in written material and by presenters do not necessarily reflect those of the AECC University College, nor does mention of trade names, organisations or professional practices imply endorsement by the AECC University College. The AECC University College acts in good faith with respect to the contents of this course information and advertisement material. The AECC University College does not accept liability resulting in refunds for the content and delivery of the CPD.

Do you have questions about Whiplash & Mild Traumatic Brain Injury - A Functional Neurological Approach - CPD? Contact CPD Seminars AECC University College

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AECC University College
Parkwood Campus
13-15 Parkwood Road
BH5 2DF Bournemouth
United Kingdom

Saturday, 26 January 2019 at 09:30 - Sunday, 27 January 2019 at 13:00 (GMT)


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CPD Seminars AECC University College

Based in Bournemouth, AECC University College is a highly esteemed, global pioneer in musculoskeletal healthcare, dedicated to excellence in education, clinical training and research. The University College provides specialist study in health sciences at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, with state-of-the-art facilities, high quality teaching and a regarded level of professionalism. With over 50% of students coming from outside of the UK, the single-campus is a thriving, supportive and inclusive community, constantly at the forefront of engaging with others, collaborating with a number of partner organisations, businesses and other universities. 

The CPD seminar team welcome healthcare professionals and students from across the UK and overseas to their collection of CPD Seminars.  Popular course topics include: Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Sport Science, Chiropractic, Evidence based practice and clinical audit and research methods.

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