Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the course located?
This course will be held virtually via Zoom with Modules I and III taught by instructor Kim Limon and Module II co-taught by Kim Limon and Dr. Jose Palomar. Students will have access to video recordings of the training for four weeks following completion of each Module. In light of the COVID pandemic, this virtual edition of the P-DTR upper level series will not be an ongoing offering. Should borders reopen prior to the completion of the course, training will be transitioned to in person learning, with students having the option of attending either in Hong Kong or Singapore.
When does the course start and finish?
Class will run from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Hong Kong time, days 1-4 and from 9:00 AM to 3-4:00 PM day 5 of each Module.
What if I need to cancel the course?
Easy! Simply contact us within 30 days before the course begins and we will give you a full refund (minus 3% merchant fees we incur), no questions asked. Cancellations less than 30 days incur the following fees in addition to merchant fees; 29-22 days, 30% total price paid, 21-25 days, 50% total price paid, 14-8 days, 70% total price paid. No refunds will be issued one week or less out. This cancellation policy applies to both Modules paid for as part of a package as well as those purchased a la carte.
How and when will I receive access to course content?
All registered students will be added to an official course forum on Facebook 2 or 3 weeks prior to the start date of the course where all materials will be posted via access to a Dropbox folder. This will become your go-to resource to converse with your instructor, assistants, and your classmates about any questions, tricky cases, or triumphs you may have.
Is there a registration deadline? Can I still register after the deadline has passed?
All courses have a cut off registration date of exactly one month prior to the start date of Module I. While you can still register after the deadline, all classes are subject to cancellation if minimum student numbers are not met by the deadline. If you are having financial difficulties but still plan on signing up for the course after the deadline, please message email@example.com
This Module covers much material from the Intermediate Series, expanding upon the knowledge from Foundations with a focus on advanced biomechanical analysis of the body’s major joints and training in additional high-level diagnostics unique to P-DTR.
The Intermediate Series expands upon the knowledge from Foundations with a focus on advanced biomechanical analysis of the body’s major joints. This detailed, receptor-based diagnosis of the joints allows for the resolution of more complex pain and dysfunction presentations.
Students will learn powerful new proprietary diagnostics unique to P-DTR, such as Priority, Muscle Sequences, Anaerobic and Aerobic Metabolic Dysfunctions in addition to biomechanics of the shoulder, knee, hip, foot and ankle, elbow, and TMJ.
This Module covers material from both the latter part of the Intermediate series and the beginning of the Advanced series. The Intermediate series wraps up with in depth mechanics of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine, as well as assessment spinal coupled motions.
The Advanced series explores the physiology of body systems. Students will learn how to assess viscera to pinpoint local and referred pain patterns and recognize ileocecal valve conditions. They will gain a better understanding of energy production issues typical in Krebs Cycle and Essential Fatty Acid Metabolism dysfunctions.
Topics covered in this Module will also include food sensitivities, neurological teeth, retrograde lymphatics, baroreceptors, alkalosis, and more.
This Module covers material from the Advanced series, taking students on an in depth exploration of dysfunctions in both cranial and peripheral nerves. After a thorough introduction to neuroanatomy, students will learn about how to assess and treat for cranial nerve issues such as sensitivity to smell, sound, and light, double vision, dizziness, and more.
The peripheral nervous system is also a major focus of this Module, covering how peripheral nerve entrapments occur and the physiological changes accompanying them, as well as a comprehensive overview of anatomy, common symptoms and syndromes, and sites of entrapment for each of the nerves in the cervical, brachial, lumbar, and sacrococcygeal plexuses.
Topics covered in this Module will also include primitive reflexes that are retained and reoccur beyond appropriate developmental age.
Upon completion of the Advanced Series, students will have the tools to correct virtually any type of proprioceptive dysfunction possible in the human nervous system.
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