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Advanced Neurofunctional Courses Admission Prerequisites

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The New Advanced Neurofunctional Curriculum for Sports Injuries, other Complex Musculoskeletal Disorders and the Protection of Athletic Performance consists of four different courses:

  1. Advanced Functional Assessment of Sports Injuries and other Complex Musculoskeletal Disorders
  2. Advanced Neurofunctional Soft Tissue Micro-Conditioning ™ for the Treatment of Sports Injuries
  3. Advanced Neurofunctional Assessment and Integrated Treatment of Upper Extremity Sports Injuries and other Complex Musculoskeletal Disorders
  4. Advanced Neurofunctional Assessment and Integrated Treatment of Lower Extremity Sports Injuries and other Complex Musculoskeletal Disorders

The first course, the [New] Advanced Functional Assessment of Sports Injuries and other Complex Musculoskeletal Dysfunction is a pre-requisite to take the second course on the Advanced Neurofunctional Soft Tissue Micro-Conditioning ™ for the Treatment of Sports Injuries.

Together these two courses are the pre-requisite for the two Advanced Neurofunctional Assessment and Integrated Treatment of Upper and Lower Extremity Sports Injuries courses.

These Advanced Neurofunctional Curriculum offered through the McMaster University Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program  is open exclusively to qualified health care professionals with an appropriate background and training in human anatomy and physiology, such as physicians, dentists, chiropractors, physiotherapists, naturopathic doctors, osteopaths, registered massage therapists, nurses, chiropodists, occupational therapists, and licensed acupuncturists.

All applicants are required to submit a completed Registration Form. To complete and submit the form online, please click the “continue button” for the appropriate course under the title Registration and follow the instructions.

All applications are subject to review by the admissions committee. Acceptance is contingent upon this review and is not automatic. Only rejected applicants will be contacted.

In addition to submitting the Registration Form, all applicants are required to submit the following, which can be uploaded as part of completing the registration form, mailed or faxed:
• Photograph
• Resume
• Copy of Professional License (Student applicants only are required to submit a letter from their school or college to verify their student status.)

If you need help with completing the Registration Form or require clarification about anything, please contact our administrative coordinator, as follows:
Valerie Cannon – Administrative Coordinator, McMaster Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Program
Tel: 905-521-2100 x 75175
Fax: 905-523-1224
E-mail: contemporaryacupuncture@mcmaster.ca

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