Show Dates: 7th & 8th June 2017, ExCeL London
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European Neurological Convention Masterclass

The P-DTR Concept

What is P-DTR®?

The method of Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex (P-DTR) was founded and developed by Dr. Jose Palomar and has been successfully used in clinical practice for several years. P-DTR is the first neurological manual therapeutic method based on neurology, biomechanics, neurophysiology, anatomy and the basics of Applied Kinesiology.

P-DTR effectively treats neuromuscular dysfunctions, restores the nervous system and its efferent motor response, resets reflex activity and muscle activation sequences, restores range of motion, and as a secondary result - but essential for patients – eliminates pain and discomfort. The main objective of the method is the removal of an aberrant afferent signal from receptors and the restoration of an adequate efferent response to the nervous system stimuli.

Put simply, P-DTR® is the practical application of theoretical neurology and it deals with a large scope of functional musculoskeletal, vegetative, endocrine, visceral and emotional dysfunctions.

The inspiration and source material for this technique is drawn primarily from a profound understanding of neuroanatomy, physiology and orthopaedics. All of the information that you will be taught during your P-DTR® educational journey can be found in any neurology, physiology or orthopaedic textbook anywhere in the world. The difference is that P-DTR® training will show you exactly how to interact with all of the neurological theory in each and every person that you treat. The textbooks will suddenly spring to life in front of you as your understanding deepens and you become able to see neurology acting and adapting in real time.

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Schedule


Wednesday

  • 11:00 - 12:00: The P-DTR Concept – Assessment, Diagnostic and Practical Application

Thursday

  • 11:00 - 12:00: The P-DTR Concept – Assessment, Diagnostic and Practical Application

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Stroke Association: Supporter of The European Neuro Convention
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