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P-DTR Foundation Course Highlights Module 2 Part 5

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This video doesn’t replace life modules and doesn’t count for certification.

Pacinian corpusles are subcutaneous mechanoreceptors that are first and foremost, pressure receptors. When utilized as a functional tool, they have the ability to downregulate sympathetic activity and serve as anti stimulus for nocioceptors. However, like all sensory receptors, they may also become dysfunctional, rendering the patient hypersensitive to any external pressures applied.

Vibratory receptors are mechanoreceptors as well, located at various depths. This segment explores Ruffinis, Meissners, and Krauses, three of the most common vibratory receptors. Cover the specific frequency at which to excite each receptor as well as the most common locations for each.

Learn the neurological pathway as well as the proper, opposite, and anti stimulus for both Pacini and Vibratory receptors. See examples of multiple patterns for each, including both basic/multi mode as well as hyper mode level dysfunctions.

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Kimberly Limon
Kimberly Limon
P-DTR Foundation Course Highlights Module 2 Part 5
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