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Introduction to the Pediatric Master Class

This DVD discusses some of the most pertinent anatomical and physiological factors in pediatric neurological growth and development. It also discusses the affect of aberrant neurological patterns (subluxations) on the developing nervous system as well as the long term affects if these go uncorrected.

The rationale for pediatric care is one of the most important factors in developing and maintaining a pediatric chiropractic practice. The information in this DVD will help you move your communication and understanding of the why of pediatric chiropractic care to the next level. Besides increasing your confidence and certainty it will help you build a pediatric practice based on concrete neurological principles.

Class 1 - The Pediatric Spinal Examination

Description

  • Purpose of the Pediatric Examination
  • The Case History and Developmental Milestones
  • The Infant Chiropractic, Neurological and Functional Spinal Examination Including: Extremity Examination Procedures, Reflex Testing, Sense Development, Cranial Nerve Testing and Ancillary Examination Procedures
  • Specific Pediatric Exam Protocols Age 2+
  • Examination Correlations and Charts

Class 2 - Cranial Evaluation Protocols

Description

  • Overview of Cranial Evaluation Procedures - Anatomy and Physiology of the Cranium - Sutures and Fontanelles – Growth Patterns
  • Cranial bone ranges of motion
  • Manual, Dural, Secondary and Primary (CSF) Respiratory
  • Cranial Visual Subluxation Analysis
  • Palpation of the Cranium - External
  • Palpation of the Palate - Internal
  • Landmarks and Reciprocity with Cranial Bone Motion
  • Sphenobasilar Motion and Mechanics

Class 3 - Pediatric Spinal Adjusting

Description

  • Structural and Meningeal/Low Force Adjusting Techniques
  • Neurological Indicators for Specific Adjusting Techniques
  • The Cervical Spine and Occiput, the Thoracic Spine, the Lumbar Spine, the Sacrum and the Pelvis
  • Categorizing the Subluxation
  • Specific Analysis for Primary Pattern
  • Examination and Additional Adjusting Protocols for Age 2 and Older

Class 4 - External Cranial Corrections (Part 1)

Description

  • Review of Cranial Bone and CSF Movement and Physiology
  • General Rules and Guidelines and Classifications for Cranial Corrections
  • Cranial Adjusting Techniques (Extra-oral Corrections): Occipital Bone, Sphenoid Bone and Sphenobasilar, Temporal Bone, Frontal Bone Corrections, Maxilla and Zygoma, Skull Molding, CSF Directing and Balancing and Cranial Facial/Fruit Jar Sutural Techniques

Class 5 - External Cranial Corrections (Part 2): Condition-Specific Techniques

Description

  • C-Section, CSF Regulation, Eustachian Tube Draining
  • Hypo-Activity and Hyper-Activity Issues, Seizure Approaches – Sagittal Suture Release and Sinus Issues Including Intra and Extra Oral Approaches
  • Vagus nerve balancing, Ear Infections, Nursing/Sucking issues, Headaches, Allergies, Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Balancing
  • TMJ Companion Techniques and More
  • Correlation of Cranial Procedures for Specific Clinical Application

Class 6 - Intra-Oral Specific Cranial Corrections – Part 1

Intra-oral cranial adjusting is on of the most effective and powerful ways to correct cranial imbalances and affect changes in the dural meningeal system and movement of cerebrospinal (CSF).

In the DVD we demonstrate the adjustments for the occiput, temporal, frontal, sphenomaxillary suture, sphenobasilar, and palate on a dry skull.

PowerPoint slide and demonstrations are included to make this a concise and invaluable learning tool.

Class 7 - Intra-Oral Specific Cranial Corrections – Part 2

Intra-oral cranial adjusting is on of the most effective and powerful ways to correct cranial imbalances and affect changes in the dural meningeal system and movement of cerebrospinal (CSF).

In the DVD we use live demonstrations of the adjustments for the occiput, temporal, frontal, sphenomaxillary suture, sphenobasilar, and palate.

PowerPoint slide and demonstrations are included to make this a concise and invaluable learning tool.

Class 8 - Condition-Specific Treatment Protocols

This DVD incorporates a variety of adjusting protocols (spinal, cranial and soft tissue) to allow the practitioner to efficiently, safely and effectively address some of the most common issues found in the pediatric patient.

This DVD includes:

Acute and Chronic Pain Control Protocols

  • Dollar Sign Neutralization
  • Inferior Occipital Fiber Decompression
  • Sagittal Suture Spread
  • Pituitary Inhibition
  • TS Line Spinal and Visceral Synchronization

Overview of Issue-Specific Procedures

  • Immune System
  • Digestive System
  • Hormonal System
  • Stress Mediated Issues (Mental and Emotional)

Condition-Specific Protocols

  • Including Asthma, Allergies, Colic, Coughs, Colds and Sinus Issues, Constipation/Diarrhea, Digestive Issues, Eczema, Ear Infections/Fluid/Earaches, Fevers, Headaches, Insomnia, Teething, Processing Issues and more.

PowerPoint slide and demonstrations are included to make this a concise and invaluable learning tool.

Class 9 - Clinical Correlations

This class reviews the findings from the examination and evaluation procedures taught in the previous classes. It correlates those findings in a cohesive manner to allow the practitioner to determine the best course of care for their patient. It includes flow charts and graphs to more easily correlate your spinal and cranial evaluation findings to determine where, how, why and when to make specific adjustments to your pediatric patient.

If you have studied with Dr. Rosen and taken any of his pediatric adjusting seminars, this video will help you to codify your learning experience and make it more clinically accessible and efficient.

Chiropractic Pediatric Master Class : Complete Collection