Treating Pain and Dysfunction Without Drugs or Surgery: Integrating Osteopathic Manipulation and Manual Muscle Testing for Diagnosis and Treatment Protocol
Treating Pain and Dysfunction Without Drugs or Surgery: Integrating Osteopathic Manipulation and Manual Muscle Testing for Diagnosis and Treatment Protocol with Dr. Jay Sandweiss
Date: April 17-18, 2024 Time: 0800-1630
Location: Virtual via Zoomgov
Available for: MD, DO, PA, and NP
(Military and DoD GS Personnel Only)
PLEASE NOTE: This is an interactive course where active participation is required. You will need to share your camera and actively engage in course exercises as well as participate in the Q&A session.
This course is combined with lecture and demonstration of numerous effective manual techniques utilizing a high- resolution close-up video camera. It is highly recommended to have a practice partner when attending this course.
Dr. Sandweiss, along with his team, will deliver a comprehensive 2- day training session for the National Capital Region Pain Initiative. This engaging and professional event aims to equip attendees with valuable and efficient hands-on treatment techniques for managing common patient conditions throughout the body, providing an alternative to opioid-based treatment. Through high- resolution close-up video demonstrations, Dr. Sandweiss will offer lecture and practical sessions, focusing on various effective manual procedures to resolve somatic dysfunction issues in areas such as the low back, pelvis, cervical, thoracic, ribs, shoulder, and ankle/foot. Attendees will have the opportunity to practice these techniques from their respective viewing locations, ensuring an immersive and interactive experience.
Dr. Sandweiss has established himself as an esteemed practitioner. For the last 33 years, he has successfully run an integrative medicine solo private practice in downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan. Here, patients benefit from a range of treatment styles, including osteopathic manipulative medicine, medical acupuncture, functional medicine, applied kinesiology, and evidence-based standard of care medicine.
Sponsored by the National Capital Region Pain Initiative
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