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Redcord Neurac Level 1

Neurac 1 is an entry-level course that presents clinical applications of suspension exercise for patient populations. The Neurac method is revolutionary in its approach to patient examination and treatment. By utilizing the Redcord suspension system, the medical practitioner learns how to better identify and address neuromuscular deficits that may be contributing to the root cause of many movement disorders and pain conditions.

In the Neurac 1 course, you will learn a standardized testing protocol to assess movement patterns and neuromuscular control. There is also a standardized grading system corresponding to the testing protocol. As you shift into treatment, you will learn how to apply suspension based exercises and neuromuscular re-education techniques utilizing the Redcord Professional Workstation. You will also learn how to apply Redcord's patented "bungee assistance" system to precisely grade the levels of resistance and neuromuscular challenge applied during each exercise.

What will you learn?

  • Demonstrate 8 traditional PT exercises and 8 manual therapy techniques by applying the “Helping Hand” Principle with the Redcord Suspension System.
  • Correctly identify one significant difference between open kinetic chain (OKC) and closed kinetic chain (CKC) exercise.
  • List the 6 Neurac Progressions, or grading principles, used to adjust the level of resistance and neuromuscular challenge applied during each sling suspension exercise.
  • Accurately apply the 6 Neurac Progressions to five Myofascial Chain exercises.
  • Explain 4 ways Redcord may be utilized in the clinical setting.
  • Compare the physiological differences between local muscles versus global muscles.
  • Differentiate the two types of Neurac assessment testing: Motor Control and Myofascial Chain.

Course objectives

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  • Apply standardized protocols for one Motor Control Test and two Myofascial Chain Tests.
  • Develop a treatment plan based on the results of localized Motor Control Testing from a patient.
  • Formulate a treatment plan given the results of Myofascial Chain Testing from a patient.
  • Name the 4 main elements of Neurac treatment.
  • Identify 3 components required to enhance neuromuscular control that are used during Neurac treatments and exercises.
  • Demonstrate proper operation of the sliding traverses, bungee attachments and rope-locking mechanism required for proper execution of
  • Neurac treatment using the Redcord professional workstation.