Reflections from The Eclectic Approach to Spinal Manipulation, Santiago, Chile October 2014 | Modern Manual Therapy Blog

Reflections from The Eclectic Approach to Spinal Manipulation, Santiago, Chile October 2014

I had another wonderful group and amazing time going back to Santiago for The Eclectic Approach to Spinal Manipulation.



With the minds behind Grupo TherAdvance, modern manual therapy at it's finest for all of South America!
This year's course went much smoother than last year as I was ready for the interpretation. Last year, I only got to the SFMA and Repeated Motions by the end of day 1, this year, we got there right before Day 1 lunch! This is in part due to the excellent introduction to The Eclectic Approach and Modern Neuroscience and Manual Therapy by Nelson Adrian.

Nelson dropping neuroscience knowledge bombs
Most of the 30+ participants had taken other courses by Grupo TherAdvance, so there was only agreement and head nodding, instead of questions on pathoanatomy and biomechanics.

This was my first course which

  • removed all anatomy and biomechanics review
  • integrated Clinical Practice Patterns of the UQ and LQ for Repeated Motion Exam
Keeping this post short - a little under the weather from being delayed over 12 hours on the way to Chile. Enjoy the Mini Case of a Physio with bilateral shoulder pain with elevation!


OMPT Channel subscribers, 3 new videos coming this way will be posted in the coming weeks after I finish Clinical Practice Patterns of the UQ.

Keeping it Eclectic...

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