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Introduction to P-DTR

Where does P-DTR come from, how did it develop and what are the concepts behind it.

P-DTR Patent (

Rules & modes

What are the foundational rules of how CNS deals with and compensates for traumas and dysfunctions:

Hyper/hyposignaling receptors

Primary, secondary, tertiary

Proper stim, anti stim, opposite stim

Indicator muscles

Therapy localization & universal therapy localization









Autogenic inhibition

Muscles should be able to facilitate and inhibit in a specific manner.

How to use spindle cell compression and X and II lines.

Use of X lines and II lines. Where does it come from and how does it work? (


What is switching and what to look out for.


Basic understanding of hypertonicity.

Neurological Manual Muscle Testing by Dr Jose Palomar (


Introduction to mechanoreception

Nuclear bag/chain and intrafusal musclefibers


Golgi – golgi

Golgi – pacini

Pacini – ruffini


Introduction to nociception

Paleo – neo

Crude/fine touch


Temperature dysfunctions

Nociception Affects Motor Output: A Review on Sensory-motor Interaction With Focus on Clinical Implications


Spinothalamic tracts



Tectal tract

Joint position

Conscious/unconscious pathways

Gait dysfunctions

The neurology of gait and muscle-ligament relationships

Neurogait 1

Neurogait 2



What is PiLUS and how to identify, test and treat


What are cloacals and how to identify, test and treat

Long Kinematic Chains (LKC’s)

Open kinematic chains

Closed kinematic chains


How to identify and quickly treat big patterns stuck after painful traumas/”events”



Function of adrenals

Associated muscles

How to test for and treat functional adrenal dysfunctions

Pelvic categories

6 different types and their inhibition patterns and associated symptoms:

Category I

Category II Posterior Ilium

Category II Posterior Ischium

Category II Symphysis Pubis

Category III (L5/S1)

Sacral Distortion

Vertebral fixations

Spinal fixations from a neuroreflexive perspective and P-DTR treatment

Temporal sphenoid line (TS-line)

What is it and how to use it

Surrogate testing

What is it and how to use it


How to test for multitasking




How to test for and treat meridian dysfunctions with P-DTR

Limbic dysfunctions

How to test for and help people with limbic/emotional dysfunctions quick and easy.

Cranial faults and sutures

Explanation of the many different types, their inhibition patterns

and how to treat with a neurological P-DTR approach. General indications:

Cranial nerve conditions, autonomic nervous system imbalance.

Endocrine system imbalance, neurologic disorganization (often jaw).

Skull trauma, whiplash, dental malocclusion & tooth extraction.

Gait dysfunctions, dysfunctional interactions between different body regions.

Poor body habits (e.g. propping one’s chin on their hand).

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