Autonomic nervious system


Neuro II

Anatomic nervious system

We will learn how is the simpathic and parasimpatic systems are the key of a lot diseases of our clients

we will learn how balance the nervious system working changing the afferents paths to the brain to acchive differents brain responds.




Neuro II

Seminars Autonomic Nervous System

Clinical reasoning
Physiology and anatomy of the nervous system

We learn to quantify and analyze the autonomic nervous system objectively, before and after the session to quantify the development and result of our therapies.
Clinical reasoning according to the latest scientific advances.

In these two modules you will learn to build your therapy based on the results of the analysis, working on the physiological mechanisms, hormonal system, and paying attention to the correct stimulation of afferent pathways: Vagus nerve, trigemino-vagal system, splanchnic pathways, motor control, respiratory control, and as a manual technique it is taught to manipulate the sympathetic vagal system working on the receptor fields of the vagus and trigeminal nerve-


The SNA solution. Current clinical neuroscience. New concepts.
Sympathetic and Parasympathetic SNA Anatomy – brief review.
Functional classification of the ANS – brief review.
Neurophysiology of chronic stress.
The main problem of modernity.


Central regional network
Communication channels of the autonomous system
neural pathways
humoral pathways
Central and peripheral integrating mechanisms
Viscero-somatic relations
Viscero-visceral relations
Viscero-emotional relationships


The connector. Learning the magic of connecting dots.
Introduction to interoception
How is my SNA regulated?
Gut–Brain Axis
HPA axis
Neuroimmune System (basics)
Introduction to Neurovisceral Integration – Science as the guiding thread of the therapeutic approach
Heart rate variability – Sympathovagal balance


Heart rate variability as a therapeutic and diagnostic tool
HRV: How, when and why to verify?
Clinical reasoning through HRV
The HRV: Awakening for physical and mental health
Classification of loops and comprehensive assessment of patients
Framework of the hunter for the Integral approach of patients


Science-backed pain and ANS assessment tools
Advanced clinical reasoning: awakening the  hunter
Reasoning by mechanisms
Real clinical cases applied
Maneuvers and techniques for the correct integration of the autonomic response.
Assessment of the receiving fields
humoral techniques
Visceral techniques
SNA stimulation and inhibition techniques
Home guidelines
Respiratory techniques for the sympathetic and parasympathetic approach
Self-regulation techniques


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