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PALMER COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC SYLLABUS Fall/Winter 2011-2012 1. Name of course : Introduction to Subluxation Analysis – 3 Credits 2. Meeting: T/TH: 8:25, 1:00, or 2:50 in W116. F: 12:05 in W210 3. Department: Technique, John Strazewski, D.C.,MS.Ed Director; W-217; 884-5773 4. Course Director : Ramneek S. Bhogal, DC, DABCI W-217; 884-5707; [email protected] Office Hours: 12:05-12:55 M-Th and 10:15-11:05 Friday 5. Course Instructors : As assigned. 6. Pre-requisites : Successful completion of TECH61602 (Palpation) 7. Co-requisite: None. 8. Course prerequisite to: All subsequent Technique courses. 9. Course/student goals : The future doctor will understand the components of the vertebral subluxation complex. With this skill set he/she will be proficient in identifying a spinal subluxation by utilizing an integrated clinical assessment protocol of visualization, postural analysis, static palpation, motion palpation, and instrumentation. Proficiency with this integrated assessment will enhance learning and success in future Technique and Clinic courses. 10. Course Description : This course introduces the foundation of the spinal subluxation evaluation as presented in the Technique and Clinic curriculum. The components and related assessment procedures of the vertebral subluxation complex will be presented in a stepwise process with an emphasis on integration of clinical findings. These clinical findings will also be related to clinical documentation
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This note was uploaded on 01/03/2012 for the course TECHNIQUE 61603 taught by Professor Bhogal during the Fall '09 term at Palmer Chiropractic.

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