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Eureka Seminars is excited to bring a unique clinical anatomy course to the United States.

Have you ever attended a course that is consistently rated as a 10 or 10+ by every single student?

World-renowned physical therapist and clinical anatomist Dr. Andry Vleeming will teach a three-day clinical anatomy course at the University of New England, College of Osteopathic Medicine, in Biddeford, Maine. Students who have attended other Myopain Seminars courses are preferred, but the course is open to all qualified students, including physicians and physician assistants, dentists, physical therapists and physical therapy assistants, occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants, chiropractors, acupuncturists, nurses and nurse practitioners. Dr. Vleeming has been teaching clinical anatomy in many countries and universities emphasizing the role of clinical anatomical knowledge to influence a better outcome of treating patients.

The course will review the clinical anatomy of the human body with a focus on the evidence-based clinical management of patients with various pain syndromes. Each day will start with a lecture about clinical pain syndromes of the spine and pelvis, upper and lower extremities. During the first lab session of each day, students will have the opportunity to explore the human anatomy from a dry needling perspective and verify the 3-dimensional anatomy and dry needling techniques. During subsequent lab sessions, Dr. Vleeming will illustrate current clinical insights with detailed anatomical studies. Each day will focus on a different part of the human body.

The course tuition includes refreshments and lunch.

This course is limited to only 25 students.

Clinical Anatomy Class 2013

Schedule

Note: Actual times may vary with each program at the discretion of the instructor. Coffee breaks and lunch are provided.

DAY ONE  (8:30am – 4:45pm)
8:30 – Registration
9:00 – Introduction Lecture: Clinical Anatomy Shoulder and Upper Extremity
10:15 – Break
10:30 – Self study specimen upper extremity with dry needling
11:20 – Demonstration Clinical Anatomy Upper Extremity: Part 1
12:30 – Lunch (provided by the University of New England)
1:30 – Demonstration Clinical Anatomy Upper Extremity: Part 2
3:00 – Demonstration Clinical Anatomy Upper Extremity: Part 3
4:45 – Finished for the day

DAY TWO  (9:00 am–4:45 pm)
9:00 – Introduction Lecture: Clinical Anatomy Lower Extremity
10:15 – Coffee/Tea Break
10:30 – Self study specimen lower extremity with dry needling
11:20 – Demonstration Clinical Anatomy Lower Extremity: Part 1
12:30 – Lunch (provided by the University of New England)
1:30 – Demonstration Clinical Anatomy Lower Extremity: Part 2
3:00 – Coffee/Tea Break
3:20 – Demonstration Clinical Anatomy Lower Extremity: Part 3
4:45 – Finished for the day

DAY THREE  (9:00 am–4:45 pm)
9:00 – Introduction Lecture: Clinical Anatomy Spine and Pelvis
10:15 – Coffee/Tea Break
10:30 – Self study specimen spine and pelvis with dry needling
11:20 – Demonstration Clinical Anatomy Spine and Pelvis: Part 1
12:30 – Lunch (provided by the University of New England)
1:30 – Demonstration Clinical Anatomy Spine and Pelvis: Part 2
3:00 – Coffee/Tea Break
3:20 – Demonstration Clinical Anatomy Spine and Pelvis: Part 3
4:45 – Finished for the day