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Clinical Neurodynamics

a Live course taught by Michael Shacklock himself!

Sept 23-24th (Columbus, Ohio)

$1,000.00 Until June 1st
$1,200 June 1st - August 23rd
$1,300 after August 23rd 


3 Months of access to on-line content and 2 full days live with Michael Shacklock himself!



The format of this course is hybrid, which will allow attendees to view the lecture material at their own pace for the month leading into the course. There will then be two full days of hands-on work with Michael Shacklock himself. Finally, attendees will have access to the incredible Clinical Neurodynamic library for 2 months after the course. The course will include neurodynamic testing and treatment for both the upper and lower extremities.

Topics to be covered:

- Etiology of neurogenic pain

- Biomechanics of neurodynamics

- Proper execution of neurodynamic testing of both 

the upper and lower extremities

- Diagnosing neurodynamic contribution to symptomatology

- Implementation of neurodynamics in the rehab process. 

Attendees of this incredible course will feel competent to properly diagnose neurodynamic dysfunction in their patients and be able to skillfully administer neurodynamic treatment. 

Who is this course for?

Any clinician who works with musculoskeletal pathology. Neruodynamic dysfunction is often the insides cause behind stubborn pathology: sciatica, piriformis syndrome, medial/lateral epicondylitis, achilles "tendonitis", plantar fasciitis, etc. 


About the instructor:

Michael Shacklock is quite literally the pioneer of and world-leading authority on neurodynamics (nerve movement). He is the author of the groundbreaking book Clinical Neurodynamics, an incredible clinical companion in medical offices all over the world. Michael Shacklock teaches and lectures all over the world on the subject of rehabilitation and clinical neurodynamics. 

Airport: Columbus International Airport

Course Location:

Springhill Suites

4475 Bridge Park Ave.

(30 min from the airport)


Time Schedule:

Registration: Saturday, 8:00a-8:30a

Saturday: 8:00a - 5:00p

Sunday: 8:00a - 3:00p

If you have any questions about the seminar, please email: 

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