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Course Schedule Details for:

L2- Module 2- SIGMA Instrument Methods Mastery Level Certification: Advanced Spine, Advanced Lower Body, Advanced Analysis/Treatment Settings

Class: STAY TUNED FOR FUTURE 2017 LOCATIONS

 

Location:

TO BE ANNOUNCED

 

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, , United States

Course Dates:

COMING 2017

Credit Hours:

14

Fee:

$795 USD

(SIGMA members take $ 100 off this amount.)

Register online from:

Jan 1, 2017 thru: Dec 31, 2015

 

 

Course Description:

 

L2- SIGMA Instrument Methods™ Mastery Level Certification (14 CE hours)*

IMPORTANT NOTE: SIGMA Instrument Methods™ L1 Advanced Level Certificafication is a prerequisite

Saturday 11:30 AM- 7 PM, Sunday 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM (Registration Sat 11 AM)

Objective of the course is to further refine essential skills and competency in advanced spine and condition specific protocol assessment & treatment, including introduction to bilateral approaches. This course will introduce advanced neurofunctional concepts and drill advanced thoracic, rib/thoracic cage, lumbar spine, and treatment skills. Neuro-functional anatomy of the spine will be reviewed and will serve as the basis for discussion of computer-assisted rotational and lateral spinal assessment and treatment approaches. The purpose and application of the various Ultralign assessment and treatment tips will be discussed in detail. The advanced diagnostic and treatment settings of the Sigma Ultralign will also be introduced and demonstrated. 14 CE Hours*

* Pending State Approval, up to 14 continuing education credits available through Parker University.

Continuing Education: Appropriate applications relating to continuing education credit hours have been applied to for selected states. For information regarding the status of these applications please visit www.parker.edu/ce or call the Parker University Continuing Education Department at 800-266-4723.

Please note: SIGMA Instrument Methods reserves the right to alter dates, times, locations, content and faculty to accommodate unexpected needs and cannot be held responsible for expenses incurred by registrants if the program must be cancelled or altered.

 

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