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Basic Training in Myoreflex Therapy

Participants are initiated to the field of Myoreflex Therapy through the basic training program. Here, the specific perspectives and techniques of Myoreflex Therapy are thoroughly explained and taught, in both theory and practice. 

The basic course consists of 5 modules (4 days each) plus an examination at the end.

The course includes 20 - 24 participants and is supervised by three course leaders. The course teaches both theoretical subjects and their implementation in clinical practice. The practice portion is conducted in small groups (6 - 8 participants plus 1 - 2 course leaders). Each module includes the theoretical and practical presentation of one subject area (the lower extremity, upper extremity, trunk, cranium, etc.) along with associated patterns of illness and relevant aspects of treatment.

Course Contents (a selection)

  • Basic principles of Myoreflex Therapy
  • Anatomy and functional anatomy in relation to Myoreflex Therapy
  • Introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in relation to Myoreflex Therapy
  • Biomechanics and its therapeutic application
  • Fundamentals of general and specialized neurophysiology and neuroanatomy
  • Pain models with horizontal and vertical networking theories
  • Simulated movement
  • Preparing the way toward a new understanding of illness patterns and their treatment
  • Intensive, targeted practical introduction in small groups to the treatment of specific illness patterns
  • Presentation models
  • Relevant anatomy from the perspective of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
  • Psychotraumatology
  • Fundamentals of neuromuscular trauma therapy (NMTT)
  • Conceptual models in Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • Myoreflex Therapy in pediatrics and neurology
  • Myoreflex Therapy as a networked treatment model with internal medicine and surgery
  • Myoreflex Therapy for psychosomatic illnesses
  • Final examination with certification as a Myoreflex Therapist (theory and practice)

Please note: The actual course content may vary from the subjects specifically listed above.

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