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Paediatric Neuro Development
This course will cover paediatric neurophysiology, growth and development, as well as common neurological, physical, metabolic and immune conditions affecting this population. Dr Brock, along with his vast experience in paediatric nursing, functional medicine and clinical practice will share his wealth of knowledge on clinical testing from a medical, laboratory and functional neurology perspective.
Clinical management will be geared heavily on an emphasis related to receptor based therapy application, nutritional, immune dysfunction, metabolic support, testing, and case studies that will guide integrating functional medicine and neurology, along with nutrition and contemporary methods of care.
All material is contemporary, evidence-based with best practice guidelines, along with guided hands-on practicals. Seminar notes and handouts provided.
|Dysautonomia||Paediatric Neuro Development||Both Seminars|
Dr. Brandon Brock resides in America and is a Chiropractor* with a Doctorate in Nursing Practice and a researcher who specializes in musculoskeletal, neurological, and regenerative medicine. He holds diplomate status in nutrition, functional neurology, conventional medicine, and integrative medicine and is a Global Clinical Research Scholar from Harvard Medical School. He has been named Neurology Instructor of the Year five times by various organizations, received the Living Legacy Award from Samford University, and was Duke University's spotlight student. He practices full time at several locations in Dallas, Texas, does research, and most of all loves educating healthcare providers with BTB Health Systems.
* Dr Brock is an American Chiropractor with temporary registration in Australia
NeuroLogic Education is committed in the enhancement of Chiropractic clinical competency and improving patient outcomes, by bringing the very best experts in the area of clinical neuroscience and brain-based rehabilitation to assist in the translation of evidence-based research into practice.