|25 Mar 2017 - Brain and Neuroplasticity. Module 3: The Cerebellum.
This area of the nervous system is most crucial for coordinated movement and balance. There are more nerve cells in the cerebellum than in the entire cerebral cortex! In order for us to walk stable the cerebellum constantly needs to integrate information coming from the visual system, the middle ear, and the spine and joints. The neuroanatomical and neurophysiological aspects of this integration will be discussed in a clear and concise way. Also, we will present common dysfunctions of gait and balance. In the practical we will demonstrate different tests to recognize functional neurological disorders, and offer treatment modalities to address these issues. Testing and re-testing will be able to confirm the desired outcomes of treatment.
|Title of Seminar||The Cerebellum|
|Location of Seminar||Barcelona, Spain|
|Seminar Organiser||Barcelona Chiropractic Centre|
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|Seminar Contact Details|
|Contact Name||Jeroen Postma|