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This course is designed to review key anatomy and movements of the thoracic spine, shoulders and ribs. Understanding common conditions and patterns of subluxation in these body parts that frequently present in clinical practice. The importance of the shoulders and ribs to mid/upper thoracic and lower cervical spine stability will be expounded upon.
This course teaches the student how to analyze the patient, identify subluxation patterns, and render proper treatment. It involves the comprehension of examination and adjusting procedures for the shoulder, ribs, and thoracic spine.
Approved for 1 mandated (history taking & physical exam, adjustive technique) Distance Learning CE hour(s) by the CA Board of Chiropractic Examiners: CA-A-23-03-03077, CA-A-23-03-03076.
|Shoulder Joints and Ribs- Critical Components of Cervicothoracic Stability - Wong (110.47 MB)||Available after Purchase|