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Continuing Education Courses

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Seminar Description: This course is designed to provide a biopsychosocial insight into the emerging neuro-scientific revolution of pain science, particularly as it relates to plasticity of the brain and the dynamics of the nervous system. Modern concepts of pain neurophysiology will be taught which are vital in the care of every one of our patients' "painful" conditions. This course will assist the modern maual therapist on how to examine, evaluate and treat the physical health of the nervous system. It is geared toward practicing clinicians who want to learn how to effectively discern when pain is likely due to nociception, peripheral neuropathy or central sensitivity and how to approach with treatment. Additional intervention emphasis is placed on neurodynamics, engaging social forces to communicate with patients and imagery to reduce their painful experience. This is an intermediate level course.

Instructors:

Francois Prizinski, DPT, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT, DAC

Joseph Brence, DPT, COMT, FAAOMPT, DAC

Registration Fee: $300

Approved for 8 CEUs


  • I have my OCS and would like to Mentor others?
  • Can I provide educational opportunities?
  • Can I teach virtually in a classroom and get paid?
  • ​I didn't know you can get paid for mentoring others?!
Dr. Prizinski provides Mentorship opportunities for Orthopaedic Residency and Fellowship at Nxt Gen Institute of Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine of Atlanta. There is a growing need for quality mentorship and post-graduate education and PhysioGreen wants to assist in facilitating those opportunities. If you are a qualified Physical Therapist and interested in providing Mentorship opportunities within or outside of Residency or Fellowship contact us! We serve as your intermediate between you and who you are providing Mentorship to. Read More about becoming an Affiliate with Nxt Gen Institute...

Mentorship 


Headache Screen and Treatment

Modern Manual Therapy:

Painful Paradigms, Pain Science, and Neurodynamics, for the Upper Quarter 

Seminar Description: This course is designed to provide a biopsychosocial insight into the emerging neuro-scientific revolution of pain science, particularly as it relates to plasticity of the brain and the dynamics of the nervous system. Modern concepts of pain neurophysiology will be taught which are vital in the care of every one of our patients' "painful" conditions. This course will assist the modern maual therapist on how to examine, evaluate and treat the physical health of the nervous system. It is geared toward practicing clinicians who want to learn how to effectively discern when pain is likely due to nociception, peripheral neuropathy or central sensitivity and how to approach with treatment. Additional intervention emphasis is placed on neurodynamics, engaging social forces to communicate with patients and imagery to reduce their painful experience. This is an intermediate level course.

Instructors:

Francois Prizinski, DPT, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT, DAC

Joseph Brence, DPT, COMT, FAAOMPT, DAC

Registration Fee: $300

Approved for 8 CEUs

Modern Manual Therapy:

Painful Paradigms, Pain Science, and Neurodynamics, for the Lower Quarter 

The M.I.P. Algorithm for Motor Control Deficits: A Clinical Reasoning and Differential Diagnosis Course 

Seminar Description: The Motivation, Input, Plan is a clinically applicable model for motor control. This course is a comprehensive diagnostic course on addressing motor control deficits. Learning the MIP algorithm can assist a Physical Therapists ability to clinically reason and solve complex movement-based problems in any practice setting. In an attempt to move away from a series of techniques or interventions alone, the MIP algorithm takes into account biological, psychological, and social factors, which influence quality of movement. A biopsychosocial approach to motor control will be presented under motivation and realistic expectations, somatosensory techniques (manual therapy), visual and auditory inputs (clinician-directed) and cortical planning to execute movement. The purpose of this course is to enhance clinicians thought process to differentially diagnosis motor control deficits for treatment to match the patients needs and enhance the quality of movement as it applies to function. 

Instructors:

Francois Prizinski, DPT, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT, DAC

Joseph Brence, DPT, COMT, FAAOMPT, DAC

Registration Fee: $300 or $400

Approved for 8 or 16 CEUs


MIP Algorithm at AAOMPT 2013

Update on VBI