Objective Biomechanics: Nerve entrapment syndromes


This is the third part of my education line. You must have attended the ‘Fundamental structure’ and ‘Scapular & glenohumeral mechanics’ classes prior to attending this one.

NB: A bachelor’s degree (minimum) within a health-related field is required to attend this course.

Learn how to identify and treat (some of these elements are covered more in depth in the later classes):

  • Thoracic outlet syndrome
  • Maigne’s syndrome (thoracolumbar junction syndrome / dorsal rami syndrome)
  • Lumbar plexus compression syndrome
  • Costoclavicular space syndrome
  • Clunial neuralgia
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • Triangular & quadrangular space syndromes
  • Peroneal neuralgia & drop foot
  • Sciatic nerve entrapment
  • Tibial nerve entrapment
  • Pronator teres syndrome
  • Supinator syndrome
  • Pudendal neuralgia (prostatitis, genital pain syndrome)
  • Differentiating between nerve root compression and myofascial nerve entrapment
  • Underlying psychosocial factors which contribute to nerve entrapment syndromes
  • ETC – too many to list. This class will cover most nerve entrapment syndromes of the upper and lower extremity.

Please read the full description in the informational box below. Also, make sure to read the “Terms and conditions” page as you book your attendance.