Course 3 - Peripheral Autonomic Nervous System
Anatomy, function and neurofunctional integration of the peripheral autonomic nervous system.
The peripheral autonomous systems (pANS) are taught, i.e. the anatomy and the function of the systems that take care of the biochemical preparation, supply, disposal and protection.
These include the respiratory system, cardiovascular system, digestive system, lymphatic system, immune system, and waste systems. In addition, the biochemical aspects of the myofascial systems are examined.
Of course, special attention is paid to the structures and organization of the peripheral autonomic nervous system with the cranial, thoracic and sacral parts, the paravertebral and prevertebral ganglia, as well as the segmental interconnection in the myofascial systems.
- Review of the anatomy and function of the central autonomic nervous system (CANS)
- Segment anatomy and muscle function
- Anatomy and function of the thoracic systems
- Anatomy and function of the abdominal systems
- Anatomy and function of the myofascial systems
- Nutrition, Immunology and Recovery
- Neurofunctional integration of the thoracic systems
- Neurofunctional integration of the abdominal systems
- Neurofunctional integration of the myofascial systems
- Access to the online academy for 2 years after activation
- 3 days live course incl. drinks, coffee breaks and lunch
New from training period 2021/22:
- Follow-up webinar to answer questions
- Refresher participation in the face-to-face course via live stream
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