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TRAUMA, ANS and Concussion

***Please note-you must be RAPID Core or RAPID 4 certified to register.


***Purchase of this class includes RAPID Advanced Knee.





Welcome to the newest RAPID course -RAPID Trauma, ANS and Concussion, (TAC) for short- which is our largest course yet!!!


This course will be delivered in both an onlilne and live format.


Course Delivery


15 Hours of Online Videos & 4 Live Monthly Zoom Q & A sessions with us!


Live meet up dates-Live Q&A dates: May 15th, June 12th, July 10th, August 14th. Time: 6:30pm MTN


You will be encouraged to complete certain segments of the class, prior to the live zoom meet ups. This will ensure your progress( because we know that sometimes online material is hard to get through, and we seriously want you to excel with this material).


It will also give you the ability to ask and have answered ANY questions about the material that is covered.


The meet up sessions are not mandatory and will be recorded for you to watch at your leisure. But it will probably be fun, so you should just come!


**Please note that registraion to this class is limited and will ONLY be available during our live registration periods due to the live class components. This will allow everyone to work and progress together through the class.**


Upon registration, you will be emailed a Teachable login, unless you already have a teachable account in which the course can be found in the "my courses" section.


Sneak Peak... Here is what to expect in this RAPID course:


*Over 15 hours of video content considering;

- Psychological considerations.

- Establishing safety within your clients nervous system.- How to recognize neurological hypervigilance in your clients.- How to detect nervous system threats.- Assessment and treatment of Cranial Nerve Dysfunctions.

- How to shift client perceptions.

- Cautions and saftey measures ALL therapists need.

- Recognizing when people are not ready to get well.

- Treatments for the ultra sensitive.

- A look at Fibromyalgia, trauma amd PTSD.

- When to take it slow with your clients.- Things you can do in your sessions to ensure success.



- All things ANS, including: the affect of endocrine and hormonals systems on the body and how to manipulate them, tips to ensure your client's safety system doesn't percieve you as a threat, how to recognize the signs of ANS distress in your client, vagal tone and heart rate variability, how to increase vagal flexibility in your client's, understanding the implications of the ANS and vagal tone on inflammation, PTSD and the ANS, how to measure the health of the ANS, and influencing and manipulation of the ANS.

- All new protocols to specifically tap into the ANS.

- A thourough investigation into the dysregulation of the ANS.

- A thourough look into neuroinflammation- a look that can help us also better understand musculoskeletal inflammation.- Looking at and considerations for treatment for other disorders that have a neuroinflammatory component such as; Parkinson's, ALS, Alzheimer's, MS, Long Covid, Lime Disease, Migraines, Epliepsy, and Fibromyalgia.

- New research into substance P and it's affects on neuroinflammation.

- New eye work considerations-especially for those who have experienced trauma.




- All things concussion.

- Appreciating neuroinflammation in concussions. - RAPID specific concussion protocols.

- Cervical Instability.

- The coccyx and concussions.

- The dura and other dural connections, including testing and treatments for dural tension.

- Other Dural considerations- epidural, spinal punctures, and CNS compression.




- Trauma from a manual therapy perspective.

- Understanding what happens to the physical body and physiology during trauma.

- Post traumatic ANS dysregualtion.- Looking at the brain during trauma.

- Recognizing trauma reactions.

- Fight, flight or freeze in trauma.

- New history considerations.

- Recognizing denial, dissociation and disembodiment in your clients.

- Understanding reenactment as a trauma response.

- Dealing with challenging clients.

- Assessment and treatment of bracing and postures in trauma.

- Understanding body language.

- How to use this information yet stay within our scope of practice.


*A fully illustrated manual-mailed to your door.


*Access to our Private TAC Facebook Group for invaluable support, questions, trouble-shooting, and to share your successes.

TRAUMA, ANS and Concussion

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