Force and the Nervous System 1: Principles of Human Motion • New York City

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Force and the Nervous System 1: Principles of Human Motion • New York City

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Dates: September 17th-18th, 2016 • Time: 9am to 5pm • Location: Orthology 1841 Broadway, Suite 500 New York, NY 10023 • Course Fee: $650

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Force and the Nervous System Part 1: Principles of Human Motion

Physical activities shape the body by stimulating tissues to adapt. Our focus in this interactive experience is understanding how the physical forces that we apply (both internal and external) influence changes to the body and the brain.  We will do this by tracing the paths and effects of force from outside the body, through the connective/contractile tissue continuum and peripheral nervous system, to the brain. We’ll explore mechano-transduction and the processes that lead to the structural adaptations that we recognize as the fruition of exercise, therapy, adjustments, and manipulation. Our goal is to have a better understanding of how our tools work. With this insight we can develop new tools and ways of using our current tools more strategically and effectively. Click here for more information about the FNS1 curriculum.