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Klinische Anwendungen: Obere Extremität, Thorax & HWS, Zurich

With Hugo Stam , Irene Wicki

Switzerland

December 21, 2019 - December 22, 2019

Course Host: Susi Lehner

susi.lehner@gamt.ch


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Description

Zielsetzung: Die Teilnehmer/Innen können das gesamte neurodynamische Testspektrum und entsprechende Behandlungsansätze bei einer Reihe von komplexen, multistrukturellen klinischen Syndrome als Teil des Gesamtmanagements anwenden.

Dieser problemorientierte Kurs befasst sich hauptsächlich mit Patientenbeispielen und praktischen Techniken basierend auf Erfahrungen der NOI Dozentengruppe. Im Zusammenhang mit Dysfunktionen der oberen und unteren Extremitäten wird das Wissen über Neurodynamik auf den neuesten Stand gebracht. Demonstriert werden neurale Mobilisationstechniken und Interface Techniken, wie zum Beispiel Strategien zur Verbesserung der motorischen Kontrolle.

Fachmännischer Umgang mit Problemen von peripheren Nerven und Nervenwurzeln der oberen Extremität. Strategien zur Beeinflussung des motorischen, endokrinen, autonomen und des Immunsystems werden aufgezeigt. Der Fokus liegt bei Diagnosen wie Karpaltunnelsyndrom, Tennisellenbogen, zervikale Wurzelproblematik und der Beeinträchtigungen des Nervensystems im Bereich des Thorax.

Pre-requisites

Aufbaukurse: Die beiden Aufbaukurse können in beliebiger Reihenfolge absolviert werden.
Voraussetzungen: Teilnahme am Level 1 Kurs

Zielgruppe: Dipl. PT/Aertzte/Chiropraktoren

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Klinische Anwendungen: Obere Extremität, Thorax & HWS, Zurich in on December 21, 2019 - December 22, 2019

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Presenter

Language: English/Deutsch, Region: Europe

Courses: Klinische Anwendungen: Obere Extremität, Thorax und HWS, Mobilisation des Nervensystems

Hugo Stam

Hugo Stam graduated from the School of Physiotherapy Leffelaaer, Amsterdam in 1981 and since then has mainly been working and living in Switzerland. He is currently the clinical supervisor at the RehaClinic in Zurzach where he has been practising since 1984 and also works as a private practitioner in Würenlingen.

In 1990 he became an accredited instructor of the Maitland Concept of Manipulative Physiotherapy and received membership of the International Maitland Teachers Association (IMTA). Since 1994 he has been a senior member of the IMTA teaching faculty.

His postgraduate training brought him to Australia, where he completed a Masters of Applied Science in Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia in 1994 where Hugo came into contact with NOI and has been a member of its teaching faculty since 1995.

His special fields of interest are frozen shoulder, neuropathic pain disorders and explaining the related clinical signs and symptoms to patients, in particular nerve root and carpal tunnel syndrome, and the use of ultrasound as a diagnostic instrument for peripheral-neurogenic disorders.

Alongside a busy professional life there is a happy little family and our fluffy dog Luna to keep life in balance. www.physiotherapie-wuerenlingen.ch

Presenter

German/Italian/English, Switzerland

Courses: Spiegare Dolore, Mobilizzazione del Sistema Nervoso, Applicazione Clinica: Arto Superiore, Klinische Anwendungen: Untere Extremität und LWS

Irene Wicki

Irene joined the NOI team in 2005. She’s teaching the MOTNS and Clinical Application courses in German speaking countries and Italy. In 2020, she will additionally start teaching the Explain Pain course in Italy.

Irene works as a physiotherapist and clinical supervisor at a hospital in Lucerne/ CH. Moreover, she teaches pain science in different programs at the ZHAW (Zurich University of Applied Sciences) and at the SUPSI (University of Applied Sciences of Southern Switzerland).

In 2011, her interest in pain science brought her to London. She completed a Master’s program and gained an MSc in Pain: Science and Society at King’s College. As part of her master’s thesis, she immersed herself in the topic of the contribution of the immune system to sensitisation processes. Another area of her interest is the impact of exercising on acute and chronic pain.

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