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Cervical Thrust or Brainstorm Bust?

Synopsis: 

The popping produced during high-velocity, low-amplitude (HVLA) thrust manipulation is a common sound; however to our knowledge, no study has previously investigated the location of cavitation sounds during manipulation of the upper cervical spine. The primary purpose was to determine which side of the spine cavitates during C1–2 rotatory HVLA thrust manipulation. Secondary aims were to calculate the average number of pops, the duration of upper cervical thrust manipulation, and the duration of a single cavitation.

Speaker: 
Laurence Butler BA(hons); DO(hons); MSc/D.Ost
Location: 
WCSO
Date: 
14th March 2010

Medical Care to Paralympic Athletes

Synopsis: 

The study and treatment of paralympians and disabled groups.

Speaker: 
Dr I Stuart Miller Dip Sport Med FFSEM(UK) Clinical director, Bath University Sport and Exercise Medicine, CMO Paralympics GB
Location: 
TBC
Date: 
13th March 2010

Lowering the Red Flag

Synopsis: 

The clinical thinking behind "Lowering the Red Flag" - The true differential diagnostic status of osteopaths and legitimate clinical privilege.

Speaker: 
Barry Jacobs
Location: 
WCSO
Date: 
13th March 2010

UWIC Core

Synopsis: 

What is "Core Stability" ?

Speaker: 
Donna Sanderson-Hull
Location: 
WCSO
Date: 
13th March 2010

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