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Neurodynamic Corpse Techniques

General objective

– Show the neural biomechanics of evaluation techniques and neurodynamic treatment in cadaver.

Specific objectives

– Observe the effect of structural differentiation in different ranges of motion in the SLR and TNM1 neurodynamic tests in cadavers.

– See the effect of neural sliding techniques of the median nerve.

– Observe the specificity of the neural mobilization of the sciatic and tibial nerve in the upper part of the hamstrings and the popliteal hollow.

– Observe and understand the effect of opening techniques for carpal tunnel syndrome.

– Observe and understand the effect of the contralateral neurodynamic test on the lumbar nerve roots.

Elena Bueno

  • Diploma of Physiotherapy at the U.S. University of Zaragoza.

  • Master in “Manual Orthopedic Therapy-OMT”, Kaltenborn-Evjenth concept.

  • International Master’s Degree in “Manual Orthopedic Therapy-OMT”, Kaltenborn-Evjenth concept. 2006

  • Bachelor of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Distance Education.

  • Official Master’s Degree in Social Gerontology. Year 2010.

  • Graduated in Physiotherapy. Year 2013.

  • Doctor from the University of Zaragoza.

  • Self-employed physiotherapist and Associate Professor at the University of Zaragoza.

  • In 2005 he worked as a physiotherapist in the “San Blas” day center through the Rey Ardid Foundation, in the “Parque Dorado” senior home and in the “Inter Mutual Prevention Assistance Center (C.A.P.I.M.) S. L.”.

  • Member of the “Physiotherapy Research Unit” since 2006.

  • She currently works as a Doctor Assistant Professor (University of Zaragoza).

Elena Bueno

  • Diploma of Physiotherapy at the U.S. University of Zaragoza.

  • Master in “Manual Orthopedic Therapy-OMT”, Kaltenborn-Evjenth concept.

  • International Master’s Degree in “Manual Orthopedic Therapy-OMT”, Kaltenborn-Evjenth concept. 2006

  • Bachelor of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Distance Education.

  • Official Master’s Degree in Social Gerontology. Year 2010.

  • Graduated in Physiotherapy. Year 2013.

  • Doctor from the University of Zaragoza.

  • Self-employed physiotherapist and Associate Professor at the University of Zaragoza.

  • In 2005 he worked as a physiotherapist in the “San Blas” day center through the Rey Ardid Foundation, in the “Parque Dorado” senior home and in the “Inter Mutual Prevention Assistance Center (C.A.P.I.M.) S. L.”.

  • Member of the “Physiotherapy Research Unit” since 2006.

  • She currently works as a Doctor Assistant Professor (University of Zaragoza).

Neurodynamic Corpse Techniques

General objective

– Show the neural biomechanics of evaluation techniques and neurodynamic treatment in cadaver.

Specific objectives

– Observe the effect of structural differentiation in different ranges of motion in the SLR and TNM1 neurodynamic tests in cadavers.

– See the effect of neural sliding techniques of the median nerve.

– Observe the specificity of the neural mobilization of the sciatic and tibial nerve in the upper part of the hamstrings and the popliteal hollow.

– Observe and understand the effect of opening techniques for carpal tunnel syndrome.

– Observe and understand the effect of the contralateral neurodynamic test on the lumbar nerve roots.