Sunday 21st May 2023 | 9:30am – 5.30pm
Location: Radisson (RED) Hotel and Conference Centre, London Heathrow Bath Road, London Heathrow, UB7 ODU
About the Workshop
Dr. Brandon Brock’s extensive knowledge of neurology, functional medicine, regenerative medicine, laboratory intervention, and nutrition support proves vital as he focuses on maximizing musculoskeletal and joint health.
With a background of thorough study, including Harvard Medical School, Stamford University, he has driven all the knowledge he has garnered into clinical use.
The keys he has accumulated over thousands of hours of study and clinical experience have developed into an eye-opening course and demonstration model for the benefit of joint health and stopping the pain cycle.
Dr. Brock will take you through thorough patient examinations, progressive practice techniques, including labs, orthopedic testing, soft tissue manipulation, nutrition, and Low-Level Laser techniques for neurological rehab of all joints.
Critical points including common pathologies, biomechanics, standard entrapment zones, and compartmental injuries will be covered – the why, where, when, and how for intervention will concisely be demonstrated.
Dr. Brock thrives on teaching and providing educational support to facilitate learning for all physicians.
- Laser physiology review.
- Introduction to laser specifics and related physiology.
- Evaluation and treatment of the neck, nerve roots, and plexus.
- Treatment of the scapular, shoulder, and AC joint areas.
- Scapular and shoulder mechanics and related conditions.
- Standard elbow and wrist conditions and treatment.
- Evaluation of the hip and SI joints.
- Assessment of the knee and TFL.
About Dr. Brandon Brock (DNP, DC, FNP-C, MSN, APRN, DACNB, FICC)
Dr. Brandon Brock is a multi-licensed practitioner in Dallas, Texas, who holds a Doctorate in Family Nursing Practice from Duke University and a Doctorate in Chiropractic from Parker University. He has a Diplomate in Functional Neurology from the American Chiropractic Neurology Board and a nutrition diploma.
Dr. Brock has extensive education in Childhood Disorders, Electro-diagnostic Medicine, and Neurochemistry, and is a Global Clinical Research Scholar from Harvard Medical School specialising in survey design and secondary analysis. He takes on tough cases from a family medicine perspective and enjoys integrative and interdisciplinary medicine for hormonal and autoimmune disorders.
Dr. Brock has been named Neurology Instructor of the Year 5 times by various organisations, received the Living Legacy Award from Samford University and the humanitarian of the year award by IAFNR, and was Duke University’s Spotlight Student of the month and the first Chiropractic neurologist of the year by IAOTP (International Association of Top Professionals).
Dr. Brock works at Carpathia Collaborative in Dallas, Texas. He is a clinical educator for Functional Neurology Seminars and BTB Health Systems, Brain Chat, Functional Medicine Meetings, and Dr. Brock Seminars. He serves on the Scientific Advisory Board for Xymogen Nutrition and SNA technologies.
Dr. Brock earned his Stem Cell Fellowship from The American Academy of Anti-Aging and Medicine (A4M) and recently completed Duke’s Orthopedic Residency. He is currently working on a PhD in cardiovascular disease.