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RH1600: COMPLEMENTARY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE IN REHABILITATION: PART 1
Therapeutic Techniques in Rehabilitation:
Body-Oriented Therapies

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OBJECTIVES

1. Describe the benefits / mechanisms of Craniosacral Therapy
2. Explain the ailments that can be alleviated with this therapy
3. Discuss the principles behind the Chiropractic profession
4. Understand the Chiropractic technique and benefits of treatment
5. List the benefits that massage therapy has on both the mind and the body
6. Understand the different therapy methods
7. Describe the Feldenkrais Method and all its components
8. List the recurrent themes seen in this method
9. List the benefits of Yoga Therapy
10. Explain the characteristics of Yoga
11. Discuss the benefits of Tai Chi on the patientís health and well being
12. Understand the systemic effects of Tai Chi
13. List the roles of each Vitamin toward the overall health of an individual
14. Describe the role of herbs and certain nutrients on immune function and healing


CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY

OUTLINE

A. THE SCIENTIFIC FOUNDATION OF CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY

B. RESEARCH SUPPORTS THE EXISTENCE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF THE CRANIOSACRAL SYSTEM

C. CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY ENCOURAGES THE BODY TO SELF-CORRECT

D. HOW CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY DIFFERS FROM CRANIAL OSTEOPATHY

E. PERFORMING THE CRANIOSACRAL EVALUATION

F. CORRECTING THE FACILITATED SEGMENT

G. CLINICAL APPLICATIONS OF CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY

  1. Chronic Pain Syndromes
  2. Traumatic Injuries
  3. Degenerative Diseases of the Central Nervous System
  4. Cerebrovascular Insufficiency Problems
  5. Postoperative Rehabilitation
  6. Brain Dysfunctions
  7. Endocrine Disorders
  8. Many Other Conditions

H. CONTRAINDICATIONS OF CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY

I. HOW TO LEARN CRANIOSACRAL THERAPY

J. PROSPECTS FOR THE FUTURE


CHIROPRACTIC

OUTLINE

A. HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT

  1. Ancient History of Spinal Care
  2. Early Chiropractic—D.D. and B.J. Palmer
  3. Modern Chiropractic—Modern Battles

B. THEORY AND PRACTICE OF CHIROPRACTIC

  1. The Holistic Philosophy
  2. The Triune of Life
  3. The Triangle of Health
  4. Chiropractic Techniques
  5. Patient Safety
  6. The Vertebral Subluxation Complex

C. CHIROPRACTIC IN REHABILITATION

  1. Chiropractic's Unique Approach
  2. Cost Effectiveness

D. SUMMARY


MASSAGE THERAPY

OUTLINE

A. THE CORE RESPONSES TO MASSAGE THERAPY

B. MASSAGE THERAPY AS MANIPULATION OF CONSCIOUSNESS

C. SOMATOSENSORY NOISE—OR LISTENING TO THE SYMPHONY

D. NEUROMUSCULAR TENSION

E. MYOFASCIAL TRIGGER POINTS

  1. Trigger Points vs Tender Points
  2. An Exercise in Releasing Neuromuscular Hypertonicity

F. CONNECTIVE TISSUE RESTRICTION—OR GULLIVER IN THE LAND OF THE LILLIPUTIANS

G. THE NERVOUS SYSTEM AND DOUBLE CRUSH PHENOMENA

H. BODY IMAGE, SELF-CONNECTEDNESS, AND SELF-CARE

I. SUMMARY

J. FINDING A MASSAGE THERAPIST


THE FELDENKRAIS METHOD®

OUTLINE

A. THE NAGI MODEL: REHABILITATION IN A DISABLEMENT MODE

  1. Somatic Education: Rehabilitation in an Empowerment Mode

B. MOVING FROM IMPAIRMENT TO EMPOWERMENT

C. SOMATIC EDUCATION WITH THE FELDENKRAIS METHOD®

  1. The Feldenkrais Method®
  2. Feldenkrais: The Man and the Method
  3. Recurrent Themes in the Feldenkrais Method®
  4. Scientific Support for the Feldenkrais Method®
  5. The Feldenkrais Method®, Neuroscience, and Motor Learning

YOGA THERAPY

OUTLINE

A. WHAT IS YOGA?

B. HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY

C. THERAPEUTIC YOGA FOR REHABILITATION

D. REHABILITATION LEVELS

E. YOGA FOR STRESS REDUCTION

F. POTENTIAL BENEFITS OF YOGA

G. POTENTIAL RISKS

H. CLINICAL APPLICATIONS

  1. Nadis and the Nervous System
  2. Treatments
  3. Breathing Techniques

I. MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

  1. Postures
  2. Breathing

J. CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

  1. Postures
  2. Breathing

K. BACK PAIN

  1. Postures
  2. Breathing

L. NECK PAIN

  1. Postures
  2. Breathing

M. ANXIETY AND PANIC ATTACK

  1. Postures
  2. Breathing

N. TENSION HEADACHE

O. MIGRAINE HEADACHE

P. INSOMNIA

  1. Postures
  2. Breathing

Q. MUSCLE WEAKNESS, MYOPATHY, AND MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY

R. PAIN SYNDROMES

  1. Postures
  2. Breathing

S. SUMMARY

T. COSTS

U. FINDING A YOGA TEACHER


TAI CHI

OUTLINE

A. HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY

B. PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS

C. BALANCE AND STRENGTH

D. CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM

E. COGNITIVE FUNCTION

F. PSYCHONEUROIMMUNOLOGY

G. FUTURE RESEARCH

H. PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS

I. SUMMARY


NUTRITION

OUTLINE

A. GENERAL NUTRITION

B. SPECIFIC NUTRIENTS

C. BOTANICALS

D. INFLAMMATION

  1. Essential Fatty Acids
  2. Zinc
  3. Vitamin C
  4. Bromelain
  5. Flavonids
  6. Capsaicin
  7. Turmeric / Curcumin
  8. Echinacea
  9. Bocwellia
  10. White Willow, Meadosweet, and Nettle

E.CONNECTIVE TISSUE REPAIR

  1. Amino Acids
  2. Zinc
  3. Copper Manganese, and Other Minerals
  4. Vitamin C (Absorbic Acid)
  5. Vitamin A
  6. Vitmin E
  7. Glucosamin / Chondroitin
  8. Arnica / Traumeel
  9. Aloe Vera
  10. Other Topical Herbs
  11. Sugar / Honey

F. PAIN CONTROL

G. RELAXATION AND ENERGY ENHANCEMENT

 
 
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