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Post Graduate Continuing Education

Whiplash Traumatology and Treatment 

New Seminar Series Coming Soon!

Whiplash Traumatology

Post Graduate Chiropractic and Medical Education.

Professional Crash Forensic, Occupant Kinematic and Injury Biomechanics Professional Seminars.

New Seminar Series Coming Soon!  2022!

North American Spine Institute

Dr. Jason Mazzarella, Director of the North American Spine Institute is an international lecturer speaking on the topics of Chronic Pain, Whiplash Traumatology, Crash Forensics and Injury Biomechanics.  

Dr. Mazzarella developed a 7 module seminar series on Whiplash Traumatology and Treatment in 2008 that was endorsed by the University of Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences for CME credit, the American Academy of Family Physicians for AAFP credit, National University of Health Sciences for CCE credit and the American Chiropractic Association. This seminar achieved recognition in seven different countries. 

Dr. Mazzarella has also lectured for the American Chiropractic Association on the topics of Whiplash, Whiplash and related Guidelines, and Chronic Pain. Most recently, Dr. Mazzarella has lectured at McMasters Medical School for the 1st - 5th year Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residents on the topic of Crash Forensics, Injury Biomechanics, Occupant Kinematics and the Biopsychosocial Model of Pain. He also lectured in 2013 to the Toronto Police College Accident Reconstruction Level 4 course on the topics of Crash Forensics, Injury Biomechanics, Occupant Kinematics.

Dr. Mazzarella is currently offering the following post graduate continuing education seminars.

Past CCE and CME Seminars

  • Whiplash Traumatology and Treatment

  • Sponsored by
  • University of Buffalo School of Medicine
  • American Academy of Family Physicians
  • National University of Health Sciences
  • American Chiropractic Association (ACA)

  • Chiropractic Treatment of Whiplash
  • Sponsored by the ACA
  • Pain Management Treatment Options and Research
  • Sponsored by the ACA
  • Whiplash Injury: Guidelines and Rebuttal/IME Report Writing
  • Sponsored by the ACA
  • Crash Forensics, Injury Biomechanics, Occupant Kinematics and the Biopsychosocial Model of
  • Sponsored by McMasters University Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  • Crash Forensics, Injury Biomechanics and Occupant Kinematics
  • Sponsored by Toronto Police College Accident Reconstruction Level 4
  • Ontario Kinesiology Association
  • Pain Management: Median Nerve Entrapment, Muscle Testing and Nerve Mobilization Treatment
  • Nerve Mobilization - Upper Extremity
  • Nerve Mobilization - Lower Extremity
  • Chronic Pain Management - Neuroplasticity and Rehabilitation
  • Neck Pain: Whiplash Traumatology Diagnosed
  • Whiplash: Independent Medical Assessment, Guidelines and Protocols
  • International Conference of Pain Management and Research
  • Functional Medicine and Pain Management 

Please note that you are NOT registered for the course until an Email conformation is sent to you. 

If you do not receive an email conformation within 24-48 hours please contact our office at 647-991-7246 or email us at [email protected]


To Register for any of our seminars please click here!

Nerve Mobilization - Upper Extremity:

Our nervous system is a continuous organ that runs the entire course of our body. Our nervous system also transmits information regarding pain and injury. When injured by compression forces such as carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), tension such as in muscle injury, friction/chafing due to contact with body inside the body or solid objects outside the body the nerve can become damaged. 

When this nerve tissue is injured, the neural tissue becomes anoxic and can create symptoms such as tingling and numbness, weakness and reduced performance. For this reason, decompression of the nerve is required and can be completed using specific nerve mobilization techniques. 

Seminar Topics - Upper Extremity 

This seminar will discuss:

Radial Nerve:

  • Functional Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System
  • Clinical Neurobiomechanics - Radial Nerve
  • Anatomy Review - Radial Nerve and Muscle Innervation
  • Radial Nerve innervated Muscle and Function Testing
  • Radial Nerve innervated Muscle referral and Pain Patter Review
  • Radial Nerve innervated Muscle Rehabilitation
  • Clinical Reasoning and Examination - Radial Nerve
  • Nerve Mobilization Technique and Treatment Protocol - Radial Nerve
  • Pathological Processes and Special Conditions - Radial Nerve

Median Nerve

  1. Functional Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System
  2. Clinical Neurobiomechanics - Median Nerve
  3. Anatomy Review - Median Nerve and Muscle Innervation
  4. Median Nerve innervated Muscle and Function Testing
  5. Median Nerve innervated Muscle referral and Pain Patter Review
  6. Median Nerve innervated Muscle Rehabilitation
  7. Clinical Reasoning and Examination - Median Nerve
  8. Nerve Mobilization Technique and Treatment Protocol - Median Nerve
  9. Pathological Processes and Special Conditions - Median Nerve

Ulnar Nerve

  1.  Functional Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System
  2. Clinical Neurobiomechanics - Ulnar Nerve
  3. Anatomy Review - Ulnar Nerve and Muscle Innervation
  4. Ulnar Nerve innervated Muscle and Function Testing
  5. Ulnar Nerve innervated Muscle referral and Pain Patter Review
  6. Ulnar Nerve innervated Muscle Rehabilitation
  7. Clinical Reasoning and Examination - Ulnar Nerve
  8. Nerve Mobilization Technique and Treatment Protocol - Ulnar Nerve
  9. Pathological Processes and Special Conditions - Ulnar Nerve

Summary, Conclusion and Certificate Test.

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Date and Locations of Seminar:

Dates: February 26, 2022

Virtual Seminars are available through zoom

Price: $595

* The course is offered by Dr. Jason Mazzarella, Director of the North American Spine Institute. After completion of this course those wishing to take a post course examination can achieve certification status with the North American Spine Institute in Upper Extremity Nerve Mobilization and/or Lower Extremity Nerve Mobilization.

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