Robert Johnson PT, DPT, OCS is Co-Owner and Director of Residency Education for ACHIEVE Manual Physical Therapy in Chicago, IL. He is past Chair of the Orthopedic Specialty Council of the ABPTS, serving on the committee for two consecutive terms from 1999-2007. He is a practicing clinician specializing in manual therapy, spinal dysfunction and pain management since graduating from Northwestern University in 1979. He is a former faculty member of Northwestern University Medical School and currently holds an adjunct clinical professor appointment from USC.
He is Director of Education for NOI US, teaching with David Butler/NOI in the area of neurobiology / pain science /clinical neurodynamics.
Mr. Johnson continues to lead clinically relevant neuro-orthopedic seminars locally, nationally and internationally.
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Refunds less a $25.00 cancellation fee will be given for cancellations received in writing to email@example.com thirty (30) days prior to the event start date. Following this date, no refunds will be given and a credit will be issued to use towards another event within one year.
Attendees are encouraged to fly into the Santa Barbara Municipal Airport and make arrangements for transportation to the venue.
Please dress in casual comfortable clothing. Part of this course will be hands-on.
To Register With a Check, please send your registration information including name, credentials, email, mailing address and phone number along with a check payable to NOI US to:
857 Montgomery Avenue
Penn Valley PA 19072
One major strength of the MONIS course is that participants join us from many professions so please come with an open mind.
Recommended reading includes:
• Butler DS (2000) The Sensitive Nervous System, Noigroup, Adelaide. (Chapters 2-5)
• Nee RJ, Butler DS 2006 Management of peripheral neuropathic pain. Integrating neurobiology, neurodynamics and clinical evidence. Physical Therapy in Sport: 7: 36-49
• Yirmiya R, Goshen I (2011) Immune modulation of learning, memory, neural plasticity and neurogenesis. Brain, Behav, Immun 25: 181