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Proprioceptive – Deep Tendon Reflex (P-DTR)is the product of the original thought and research of orthopedic surgeon, Dr. José Palomar.
This work recognizes that input from sensory receptors – and the way the brain processes the information from these receptors – is critical in determining neuromuscular responses throughout the entire body. If feedback from proprioceptors is aberrant, then motor control is compromised, and pain and dysfunction will ensue.
Using a comprehensive system of muscle testing and neural challenges, dysfunctional sensory receptors can be located and corrected, quickly restoring normal function and eliminating pain. Most therapeutic modalities address only the “hardware” of the body, neglecting the fact that most of the pain and dysfunction we experience is often actually a problem with our “software.”
P-DTR® provides access to the software coding of the human nervous system, allowing you to quickly identify and resolve the root causes of pain and dysfunction throughout the entire body.
The P-DTR evaluation and treatment process is fast, non-invasive, and permanent. While a given set of symptoms can have many layers of software problems that need to be resolved, once a given channel of sensory information flowing to brain has been corrected, it will remain functional unless a new trauma occurs.
The P-DTR Introduction single day class provides students with a good overview of the basics of P-DTR - before signing up to take any Foundations class. If you do, you get your Intro class fees refunded!
The P-DTR Foundations Series provides students with the most comprehensive and practical functional neurology education available anywhere in the world.
The Intermediate Series expands upon the knowledge from Foundations with a focus on advanced biomechanical analysis of the body’s major joints in additional to high-level diagnostics unique to P-DTR.
The Advanced Series explores the physiology of body systems. Students will learn how to assess and correct viscera, blood pressure, nerve entrapments, lymphatics, metabolic dysfunctions, cranial nerves, and more.