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Neuroreceptor therapy. The Method of Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex (P-DTR) as a division of functional neurology. From theory to practice.

Smolensk, Russia

On April 28, 2017 in Smolensk State Medical University the Conference on functional neurology «Neuroreceptor therapy. The Method of Proprioceptive-Deep Tendon Reflex (P-DTR) as a division of functional neurology. From theory to practice» will be held.

The Conference will showcase a special presentation of the theoretical explanation of the method, its practical application and the alternatives it offers in a clinical practice. It will also give an insight into emergence of certain biomechanical dysfunctions leading to further organic pathologies and how the emerged diseases can be treated in the context of P-DTR. A practical application of the method will be demonstrated on patients, as well as will be assessed efficiency, potency and significance of the method.

At the Conference the neurologists from Smolensk State Medical University will present the preliminary results received from the electroneurographic researches into P-DTR.

The Conference will be co-presented by Gribova N.P – Professor, M.D., Head of Department of Neurology, Physiotherapy and Reflexotherapy of the Faculty of Additional Professional Education of Smolensk State Medical University; Volkov A.A. – high level certificate physician, Board Certified in neurology, manual therapist of Smolensk Regional Physical Health Center; Korenevskaia I.A. – physician, Board Certified in neurology, postgraduate student at department of neurology, physiotherapy and reflexotherapy of the Faculty of Additional Professional Education of Smolensk State Medical University; and also Dr. Jose Palomar – the very founder of the P-DTR method, orthopedic surgeon, neurologist, member of the International Association DIBAK.

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The method of P-DTR is a fundamentally new approach in functional neurology. It appears to be an innovative, neurotherapeutic manual method, which offers a successful treatment of functional dysfunctions. The method is effectively applied in clinical neurology, orthopaedics and rehabilitation.

The essence of the nervous system physiology consists in receiving sensory information from the environment and a response to it. The flows of afferent information can be of various modal and quantitative characteristics. The nervous system has in its command a vast amount of segmental and suprasegmental mechanisms which allow to adapt these flows for their analysis in brain-cortex and further integration. Receptors are the initial chains of these afferent flows. According to Jose Palomar’s hypothesis, at emergence of the afferent information excessive flows, the defensive compensatory mechanisms step in. These compensatory mechanisms may lead to facilitation or inhibition of a certain group of muscles, and as a result – to changes in statics, dynamics and biomechanics of an entire body. In clinical practice, we rather face the consequences of such compensations (tonic sympathetic syndrome for example which does not necessarily always have an organic nature) and have to provide a symptomatic treatment. The Conference will cover the theoretical core of the P-DTR method from the standpoint of topical neurology, the mechanism of formation of dysfunction-compensation systems, the possibilities of applying various medicine-free methods and their efficiency from the prospective of functional neurology.

Today, P-DTR claims to be the only clinical method worldwide, which holds a theoretical basis defining efficiency of other medicine-free methods of treatment and their temporary or permanent effect. Efficiency and logic of P-DTR precisely arouse interest in studying the method by many physicians of different specialities.

Dr. Jose Palomar and his team hope that with a growing number of neurologists interested in conducting similar applied researches of the method, it can soon become an accepted form of treatment worldwide.

EDITOR’S NOTES:

Gribova N.P. – Professor, M.D., Head of Department of Neurology, Physiotherapy and Reflexotherapy of the Faculty of Additional Professional Education of Smolensk State Medical University

Volkov A.A. – high level certificate physician, Board Certified in neurology, manual therapist of Smolensk Regional Physical Health Center

Korenevskaia I.A. – physician, Board Certified in neurology, postgraduate student at department of neurology, physiotherapy and reflexotherapy of the Faculty of Additional Professional Education of Smolensk State Medical University

Jose Palomar – founder of the P-DTR method, orthopedic surgeon, neurologist, member of the International Association DIBAK.

The speakers at the Conference:

Prof. Gribova N.P.
Physician, postgraduate student Korenevskaya I.A.
Dr. Jose Palomar

The Conference will take place on March’20 2017 in
Regional State-Funded Healthcare Institution
«MEDICAL REHABILITATION HOSPITAL» at:
Smolensk, Shevchenko street, 61-a.

Participation in this event is by invitation only.

If you have any questions, please contact us at
Tel: +7 906 033 1773 +7 916 282 1183
E-mail: pdtr.info@gmail.com

Physicians, aspiring to practice the P-DTR method, have an opportunity to receive their training through an initial pre-foundation course of seminars, which include manual muscle testing. Upon successful graduation from the pre-foundation course, students are allowed to achieve a suite of P-DTR foundation, intermediate and advanced certificates. The trainings are delivered worldwide solely by and under the supervision of Dr. Jose Palomar and his team.

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