750 $

Dermoneuromodulation with Diane Jacobs

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6830 Avenue du Parc

Montréal, QC H3N 1W7

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This event is a unique opportunity to learn DNM directly from Diane Jacobs. This workshop will be in English. Erik Ouellet, osteopath, massage therapist and DNM instructor will be present as TA.
It will be a bilingual class, so do expect a bit of english to french translation.

For registration, please contact erikouellet@gmail.com. This training is open to osteopaths, massage therapists, physiotherapists and chiropractors.

PLACES ARE LIMITED!
The early bird rate is extended until Febuary at $750.
The regular rate for 2019 is $825.


"DermoNeuroModulating, or -tion, is a structured, interactive approach to manual therapy that considers the nervous system of the patient from skin cell to sense of self. Techniques are slow, light, kind, intelligent, responsive and effective. Positioning of limbs and trunk affects deeper nerve trunks (by shortening and widening their container), and is combined with skin stretch directed toward cutaneous fields of nerves that branch outward into skin (which may draw neural structure further through its container).
It is prudent to remember that manual handling of a patient's physicality is only a small part of developing a complete therapeutic context for change - while optional, it can also be optimal."
- Diane Jacobs PT, from her website Dermoneuromodulation.com

The term DNM Stands for Dermo (skin) Neuro (nervous system) Modulation (a change from one state to another). It is a method of manual therapy/massage therapy used to change the state of the nervous system from a painful hyperactive state to a less painful and reactive one. Diane Jacobs, a Canadian PT with 40 years experience developed DNM as a way to better treat people with chronic and persistent pain.

In the world of Manual Therapy (MT) there seems to be hundreds of techniques and methods that attempt to approach treating people in pain. One thing they all can agree on is that we push pull and twist skin directly. The speed, duration and force of these maneuvers may be different but the underlying mechanistic effects all follow the same rules.

Lately, there has been a large growth in research around the mechanisms of massage and other manual therapies with a drift into the neuroscience involved in pain.
Two processes seem to be apparent when we look at the research:
1. The effects of touch have strong psychological and physiological effects.
2. The nervous system controls these effects.

Dermoneuromodulating is a method that attempts to take these facts as a underlying framework for an interactive, hands on, approach to treating the experience of pain. It considers the nervous system of the patient to treat from “skin cell to sense of self”. Techniques are usually light and holds are slow. Limbs and trunk are positioned to affect deeper nerve structures in combination with skin stretch. The limbs and trunk are positioned to affect deeper nerve structures in combination with light stretching of the skin. The desired effect is to shorten and widen the nerve containers and thus reduce the mechanical deformation of the nerve.

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Canada

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