• Introduction to P-DTR

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

  • 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

  • Switching

What is switching and what to look out for

  • Hypertonicity

Basic understanding of hypertonicity

  • Mechanoreceptors

Introduction to mechanoreception

Nuclear bag/chain and intrafusal musclefibers


Golgi – golgi

Golgi – pacini

Pacini – ruffini

  • Nociceptors

Introduction to nociception

Paleo – neo

Crude/fine touch


Temperature dysfunctions

  • Spinothalamic tracts



Tectal tract

  • Joint position

Conscious/unconscious pathways

  • Gait dysfunctions

The neurology of gait and muscle-ligament relationships

Neurogait 1

Neurogait 2


  • PiLUS

What is PiLUS and how to identify, test and treat

  • Cloacals

What are cloacals and how to identify, test and treat

  • Long Kinematic Chains (LKC’s)

Open kinematic chains

Closed kinematic chains

  • Events

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

  • Adrenals

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

  • Temporal sphenoid line (TS-line)

What is it and how to use it

  • Surrogate testing

What is it and how to use it

  • Multitasking

How to test for multitasking

  • Meridians

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