1221 S Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 | Phone: (916) 441-5094 | ‍‍‍Email: linocedros@gmail.com

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2017 Classroom Courses

Kinections Inc. Treatment Center & Educational Institute
1221 S Street, Sacramento, CA 95811

Phone: (916) 441-5094
Email: linocedros@gmail.com

© Copyright 2017. Kinections Inc. Treatment Center & Educational Institute.

November 3, 2017 - November 5, 2017

A MANUAL THERAPY APPROACH TO TREATING DISORDERS OF THE REPRODUCTIVE PELVIS

Location: Sacramento, California

For the reproductive pelvis to be in good health it has to have appropriate physiological motion of the sacrum and illium including the coccyx. The coccyx, bladder, uterus and supporting ligaments will be addressed in both lecture and lab. Embryology of the areas are also discussed regarding why pain presentation can and will be varied. Read more...

‍‍‍December 8, 2017 - December 10, 2017

A MANUAL THERAPY APPROACH TO TREATING DISORDERS OF THE TRIGEMINAL, SYMPATHETIC AND VAGAL INTERFACE AS SEEN IN COMMON PAIN PATTERNS AND INFLAMMATORY CONDITIONS

Location: Sacramento, California

The trigeminal, sympathetic and vagus nerve are interconnected in dealing with systemic inflammatory conditions. New research points to the sympathetic arm of this triad being more problematic in inflammatory conditions. Read more...

2018 Classroom Courses

January 19, 2018 - January 21, 2018

UNSTRETCHABLES REVISITED

Location: Sacramento, California

This class will continue to separate the myth from the facts about when, why, and how to deal with flexibility and motion restriction problems. Read more...

February 23, 2018 - February 25, 2018

INTEGRATED UPPER EXTREMITY IN SPORT AND WORKPLACE

Location: Sacramento, California

Integrated function of the cervical and thoracic, scapular, clavicular and costal structures will be addressed in lecture and laboratory sessions. Integrated biomechanics, anatomy and embryology will be discussed in relation to dysfunction patterning in the work place and sports activities. Read more...

March 16, 2018 - March 18, 2018

ASSESSMENT OF THE WALK CYCLE AND LOWER EXTREMITY FOR THE MANUAL THERAPIST

Location: Sacramento, California

The goal of this class is to present concepts of how the body uses ground forces in the kinetic chain, and produces motion in the walk cycle. We will cover the fascial planes and how they transmit forces from the ground to the cranium. Read more.‍‍‍..

April 20, 2018 - April 22, 2018

CHAPMAN'S NEUROLYMPHATIC ASSESSMENT & TREATMENT FOR HEENT (HEART, EARS, EYES, NOSE & THROAT)

Location: Sacramento, California

Many Manual Therapy clinics are often faced with a wide presentation of symptoms that are secondary to the original presentation. HEENT dysfunction are one of those presenting conditions that can refer to the head, ears, eyes, nose, throat, TMJ, and upper thoracic regions. Rea‍‍‍d more...

May 4, 2018 - May 6, 2018

ASSESSMENT OF THE WALK CYCLE AND LOWER EXTREMITY FOR THE MANUAL THERAPIST

Location: Missouri Teaching Conference

The goal of this class is to present concepts of how the body uses ground forces in the kinetic chain, and produces motion in the walk cycle. We will cover the fascial planes and how they transmit forces from the ground to the cranium. Read more...

May 31, 2018 - June 3, 2018

INTRODUCTION TO CHAPMAN'S NEUROLYMPHATIC EVALUATION AND TREATMENT SEQUENCES

Location: Canada

The goal of this class is to present concepts of neurolymphatic reflexes (Chapman’s Reflexes) as they apply to the manual practitioner. In order to understand these reflexes we will cover the autonomic nervous system, the anatomy and the embryology of how the points are established. I will discuss how dysfunction is presented and finally a method of assessing logical treatment based on physical finding. Read more.‍‍‍..

June 22, 2018 - June 24, 2018

MANUAL ASSESSMENT & TREATMENT TO PELVIS, SACRUM AND LUMBAR SPINE

Location: Boise, Idaho

Co-teacher- Lynn Johnson PT, AT

The goal of this class is to present concepts of motion of the pelvis, sacrum and lumbar spine as it applies to both normal and dysfunctional bio-mechanical motion. Specific normal load bearing biomechanics and gait will be presented as it applies to lower extremities and how forces are translated from heel strike up into the pelvic/lumbar region. Specific sacral biomechanics of motion and dysfunction will be addressed in both in lecture and lab. Read more...

September 21, 2018 - September 23, 2018

EVALUATION AND TREATMENT OF THE CRANIAL SYSTEM

Location: Sacramento, California

Treatment of the cranium will be explored by studying several different cranial approaches and theories. A comparison of the a Kinections Biomechanical Approach to the cranial concepts will be compared to osteopathic pioneers William Sutherland, Charlotte Weaver, and Beryl Arbuckle will be compared and contrasted. Different treatment and assessment techniques will be employed. Read More...

October 12, 2018 - October 14, 2018

VISCERAL NEUROLOGY APPLIED TO THE GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM – A POTTENGERS APPROACH

Location: Sacramento, California

The practice of manual therapies is a continuous attempt on the part of the practitioner to understand the manner in which the patient expresses disease through their physiologic systems. This class will go into deep detail of the neurological segmentation of the spine as it relates to control and function of the specific visceral organ. Read more.‍‍‍..

November 2, 2018 - November 4, 2018

DIAPHRAGMATIC FUNCTION AND DYSFUNCTION - INFLUENCES BELOW THE DIAPHRAGM - PART 2

Location: Sacramento, California

Diaphragmatic dysfunction has a profound influence on the health and wellness of our patients. This class continues the concepts brought forth in the series one class of last year. Diaphragmatic dysfunction can be the result of many factors, including: lumbar mechanics, muscular imbalances, abdominal surgeries and many more factors. Read more...

December 7, 2018 - December 9, 2018

CLINICAL ADVANCES IN LYMPHATIC SCIENCES- EVALUATION/TREATMENT AND PROGRESSION

Location: Sacramento, California

The science of lymphatic sciences has grown by leaps and bounds. From insight into the embryology and development, to new found glymphatics in the brain and spinal cord, this class will present the latest information and research into these new discoveries. Read more...