PNF 3 (Advanced) ’19 – ATHENS

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Information & Registration

LLLC1, “epimorfosis”, intends to organize an Advanced PNF 3 course under the auspices of International P.N.F. Association I.P.N.F.A.

The course lasts 5 days and will take place:

in Athens on September, 06 - 10 2019

The course fee is 550€

An invoice will be issued by the full payment.

To register, please fill in the registration form electronically.

In order to finalize your registration and ensure a placement to this seminar, a down payment of 200€ must be deposited to one of the following accounts:

National Bank of Greece: IBAN GR6801102170000021744103439 SWIFT(BIC): ETHNGRAA or
Piraeus Bank of Greece: ΙΒΑΝ GR5501722380005238070348955 SWIFT(BIC): PIRBGRAA or
Alpha Bank of Greece: ΙΒΑΝ GR4801407080708002002013410 SWIFT(BIC): CRBAGRAA or
Eurobank of Greece: ΙΒΑΝ GR4502600370000010201090153 SWIFT(BIC): ERBKGRAA

Beneficiary: KENTRO EPIMORFOSIS STELECHON YGEIAS OE

You can also make your payments via DEBIT or CREDIT CARD (free of charge) from the below links:

money-coinDEPOSIT (200€) money-coinPAYMENT (350€) money-coinPAYMENT OF THE ENTIRE AMOUNT (550€)

 

 

Deadline date for registrations: October, 06 2019

The rest amount of 350€ must be deposited in our bank account or via debit / credit card, at least 2 days prior to the beginning day of the course.

In case of course cancellation, due to «epimorfosis», the deposit will be refunded immediately.

The realization of the course will be confirmed by email or/and sms to be sent to participants.

It is advised to not buy your flight tickets until you receive this confirmation email (or/and sms).

epimorfosis_logoAthens’s Venue:
Seminar Room «epimorfosis»
105 Karaoli & Dimitriou Str. (ex Eleftherias), 18345 – Moschato – Athens
Tel. : +30 210 4829303

 

LLLC1 “epimorfosis” keeps the right to change the seminar venue and the Lecturers depending on their availability.

Number of Participants: The number of participants will not exceed 16 individuals. If stakeholders are more than 16, a waiting list will be kept based on the date of the finalization of participation (date of down payment).

At the end of the seminar, a certificate of attendance, recognized by I.P.N.F.A. will be issued.

Printed material (handouts) will be provided.

The course is addressed exclusively in those who have attended the courses Basic I & II.  

Course language will be English with simultaneous translation to Greek.

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   P.N.F.  Method

This level consists of 4 hours patients demonstration (two participants per one patient).

All participants will be tested. The test will consist of two parts: written and practical test. The PROPRIOCEPTIVE NEUROMUSCULAR FACILITATION – P.N.F is one of the most famous and most important methods used by physiotherapists for rehabilitation of diseases and injuries of both nervous and musculoskeletal system. The application of the diagonal pattern of PNF in order to facilitate muscle contraction, the application of strengthening and relaxation techniques of muscles, the application of mobilization and stabilization techniques of these joints as well as the techniques to improve balance and muscle synergy, bring maximum operating results. In 1946 the method started from KABAT – KAISER Institute and continued with the cooperation of VOSS – KNOTT (1952 – 1963), in ADLER till today. The method was developed and updated and became fully accepted for its result in the treatment of neurological, orthopedics and rheumatological patients. Since then, the method has been widely taught in physiotherapists all over the world.
Objective PNF 3
The emphasis of this advanced course, PNF 3, is on functional problem solving for different common functional limitations.
PNF3 represents the 3rd. week of course instruction and contains a minimum of 37 hours. Participants must work a minimum of 6 months using PNF before progressing to PNF 3. All participants will be tested. The test will consist of two parts: written and practical test plus patient demonstration.  All participants receive a written evaluation from the instructor.

You could find more information on the page: www.ipnfa.org

Instructor

Beate Selker PNFBeate Selker Advanced IPNFA Instructor

Education and Development
1970 – 1974 Elementary school
1974 – 1975 Orientation level
1975 – 1981 High school, degree middle maturity
1981 – 1984 Sports and Gym school, Degree Sports and Gym teacher
1984 – 1986 Timmermeister schools educational establishment for physiotherapy
1986 – 1987 Marienhospital Ankum – Bersenbrück
1987 – 1995 Physiotherapy practice Guballa – Pschera 1995 – 2010 Teacher at the Timmermeisterschule for Physiotherapy and work in a private practice, Hammer
2012 – …. Teacher at the IEB School /Döpfer School for Physiotherapy

Advanced Professional Training
1998 International Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation Instructor
2000 Subject teacher for PNF
2001 International Touch for Health Instructor
2004 International Advanced Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation Instructor

Seminars
Sports Physiotherapy, Medical Build up Training, Gait Analysis, Mobilisation of the Nervous System, Sling Table, Shiatzu, Motorical Education, Bobath, Baby Treatment, E Technique (dependence to Vojta), Schaarschuch – Haase, Myofunctional Therapy, FBL, Anatomy in Vivo, Sensory Integration, Maitland, Tool of the Trade, Psycological Kinesiology, Three in One Concepts, Education in Homoeopathy, Education in Naturopathic Medicine, Education in Energy Work

Time Schedule

Day 1 Topic: Trunk
08:30 Welcome, Introduction. Objectives of level 3 “problem solving” Short introduction of the testing procedures. Short repetition of philosophy, basic principles. The tactile stimulus, variation for different muscle contractions, inhibitory mobilisation of soft tissue. Repetition of pattern and techniques by workshops. Facilitation of trunk function „the 2 rotating muscle chains of the trunk“(presentation) and practical application. Upper trunk pattern: Chopping and adaptions – Lifting and adaptions. Neck for cervical-thoracic junction. bilateral UE, LE. Lower trunk pattern for stability, mobility: Lower trunk flexion- and rotation, bridging  ICF evaluation.
11.30 – 12.30 Patient demonstration by the instructor Discussion
17:30 End of the day.

Day 2 Topic: Vital function
08.30 Continuing trunk function what is left from the day before. Demonstration of results of workshops 1st day. Vital function – repetition. Breathing (Video). Pattern and breathing. Orofacial facilitation, basics. Orofacial reflexes. Orofacial stimulation, chewing, swallowing. M. omohyoideus, M. digastricus.
11.30 – 12.30 Patient treatment by participants.
12:30 – 13:30 lunch continuing vital function. Discussion and treatment planning for the next day.
17:30 End of the day.

Day 3 Topic: Gait
08.30 Repetition of Gait analysis and phases. Collecting typical gait disorders by the participants. MST: lack of p. D, pronation, knee control. MSW: lack of abdominals, a. E. external rotation, hip flex. TST: lack of hip ext.,  Eccentric, weakness of triceps. TSW: instabil low trunk. IC/ LR: lack of knee control, lack of control of  external rotation, medial collaps. PSW: hypertonus of extensors, lack of stability in stance leg. ISW: lateral flexion of the trunk, Circumduction, weakness of dorsi flexors Workshop in groups.
11.30 – 12.30 Patient treatment by participants.
12:30 – 13:30 lunch. Demonstration of results of workshops, practising results.
17:30 End of day

Day 4 Topic: Matprogram

08.30 Normal motor development as base for treatment on mats. What does the child exercises in which stage of development? A hint for treating adults. Repetition of Stages of motor control. Patterns in transfers. Supine Progression. Prone Progression. 3 balance reactions: riding – Steping- and balance reaction. Postural control. Abnormal reflexes in neurological patients influencing the treatment
11.30 – 12.30 Patient treatment by participants
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch
16:30 Written test.
17:30 End of day

Day 5 Topic: Practical testing

08:30 Every 45 min a couple of participants to be examed practically. Meanwhile workshop for the other participants: 1. “Motor learning basic principles” – handout. Write down a conclusion and present it to your course colleagues. 2. “Collect testing procedures”. For body structure and body function level. For activity- and participation level and present it to your course colleagues 3. “When and why would you treat indirectly” Write down a conclusion and present it to your course colleagues. Presentation of the results of the workshop. Final discussion. Out view of further PNF education, delivery of certificates.

Suggested Hotels

You can make your own reservation declaring the name of epimorfosis.

ATHENS

Hotel Delfini** single room B&B 45 €. More information:
Tel.: +30 210 9415364 & 9415373

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