The Brain Lab for the Modern Chiropractor- Moving Toward a Brain Based Model

The Brain Lab for the Modern Chiropractor- Moving Toward a Brain Based Model

The Brain Lab for the Modern Chiropractor- Moving Toward a Brain Based Model

Friday – 8/26/2022 | 1pm-2:40pm | Celebration 9-10 

Michael K. Bagnell, DC, DACNB, FABBIR 

Course Description 

Dysautonomia or autonomic dysfunction is a condition in which the autonomic nervous system (ANS) does not work properly. This may affect the functioning of the heart, bladder, intestines, sweat glands, pupils, and blood vessels. The diagnosis is achieved through functional testing of the ANS, focusing on the affected organ system. Investigations may be performed to identify underlying disease processes that may have led to the development of symptoms or autonomic neuropathy. 

As innovative physicians, Chiropractors continue to integrate approaches into their delivery which allow and enhance the body and brain’s ability to heal, recover, and perform. As we consider the brain-based view of our chiropractic healthcare model, we look at low-tech and high-tech applications that can upgrade a physician’s outcomes and quantify the biomarkers pre/post treatments. 

“A recent study finds that 67% of individuals with Long COVID are developing dysautonomia. That’s an estimated 38 million Americans with Long COVID dysautonomia, and millions more around the world,” says Lauren Stiles, President of Dysautonomia International and Research Assistant Professor of Neurology at Stony Brook University.” 

Learning Objectives 

• Use interactive approaches to engage the attendees and provides evidence based examination methods that can be immediately implemented to improve outcomes with patients 

• Understand neurotechnology and its application in the contemporary Chiropractic practice that deals with the increasing presentation of dysautonomia 

• Experience technology which improve patient compliance and adherence to treatment plans 

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