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Neural Dynamic Reintegration II 
Neuro-Muscular Biophysics:

2-Day Course (SEA) January 27-28th, 2023 

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Neural Dynamic Reintegration II: Neuro-Muscular Biophysics is a lab and lecture based class focused on the clinical understanding of sports and strength training and the adaptive effects on chronic postural adaptations and chronic movement patterns. These two adaptive patterns, static and dynamic, lead to many issues that are seen in the clinic but may not be fully recognized. When not tempered but corrective stretching or movement forms, chronic postural and movement patterns through improper form or technique leads to hard-to-treat muscle imbalance in the extremities, trunk, and full body that show up as global, regional, and focal dysfunctions.


NDR II: Neuro-Muscular Biophysics will explore the underlying tenets of neuromuscular function, training, and exercise physiology as it relates to manual clinical treatment. This class addresses the questions:

How does my patient's exercise or lack of exercise effect or negate the success of treatment interventions?

What changes, nuances, or finesse should be applied to the patient's exercise and in what way to optimize the treatment intervention and the patients long-term health?





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Neural Dynamic Reintegration II: Neuro-Muscular Biophysics


January 27-28th, 2023

14961 NE 95th St, Redmond, WA 98052


Class participants will be able to:

1. List the parameters of proper exercise forms based on scientifically based

    neuromuscular function and biodynamics


2. Identify common mistakes and misconceptions inherent in many training and exercise

    techniques and programs.

3. Describe appropriate nuances and finesse adjustments to exercise techniques to maximize return to function and maintenance of physical function.

4. Identify the most common Hypertonic and Inhibited muscle pattern dysfunctions, and

    their associated signs and symptoms.

5. Describe the pathophysiology of the musculoskeletal, neural, vascular, and lymphatic

    structures secondary to faulty adaptive patterns.

6. Implement a complete care program to include: specific treatment modality selection,

    neuromuscular reeducation and exercise prescription regimes to resolve somatic

    dysfunction and restore neuromuscular patency.

Target audience: All licensed or certified healthcare providers including, but not limited to: PT, AT, DC, MT, RN, OT, and ND.


16 contact hours – 16 1-A hours anticipated  


Instructor: Neal D. O'Neal, PT 


Class is held 9-5 Friday and Saturday and will be a combination of Lecture and Lab.


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