Physical Therapy Continuing Education

Neurophysiology + BioMechanics + Manual PT


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What is NeuroMechanicsPT?

NeuroMechanicsPT is the neurophysiology of clinical biomechanics.

NeuroMechanicsPT harnesses the power of capsular and stretch reflexes to

restore motor recruitment

improve joint mobility

correct spinal alignment

effectively treat pain


Imagine This...

  • What if you had a new approach to orthopedic practice that made you really excited about PT again, because it stimulated you to think  with a fresh perspective?
  • And what if, when you saw that new patient on your schedule with one of those hard-to-treat diagnoses, you actually got excited, because you knew you could help them on the very first visit? 
  • And what if, because of your new perspective on the body, you became a leader in your practice - a "go to" PT in your region?

Sound far fetched? It's not. And this could be your reality.


Research suggests:

  • 50% of muscle strength is controlled by joint capsule reflexes
  • up to 60% of motor recruitment is controlled by stretch reflexes coming from muscles at other joints
  • inhibition of capsular and muscle stretch reflexes can reduce motor recruitment by 50-60%, resulting in
    • weakness
    • impaired motor control
    • biomechanical dysfunction
    • abnormal joint loading mechanics
    • pelvic asymmetries
    • spinal misalignment
    • myofascial and trigger point pain
    • abnormal soft tissue loading 

What's really cool is this:

  • You can learn to identify these sensorimotor impairments in your patients
  • And you can learn to FIX THEM. FAST.


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Why Choose NeuroMechanicsPT For Your Continuing Education?

Evidence Based Treatment

NeuroMechanicsPT was developed FROM neurophysiology research on stretch reflexes and arthogenic reflexes. The evidence is like a new pair of glasses for viewing orthopedic practice.

FAST Results For Your Patients

NeuroMechanicsPT treatment is a manual medicine approach that produces immediate objective changes in pain and function. Fewer visits. Better outcomes. Happier patients. More referrals.  

Easy Application For Clinicians

NeuroMechanicsPT treatment is intuitive for PTs, because it bridges the disciplines of Neurophysiology and Biomechanics. It is amazingly simple to incorporate this stuff into ortho practice.

What Others Are Saying

  • “I felt like I was learning from the next Gary Gray or Robin McKenzie.” -Alex Thelen, MSPT
  • “Such amazing things coming from Scott Hadley today! Awesome. Mind-boggling. That was a meeting that my work would not have had to pay me to attend!” -Kimberly Hanttula, MSPT
  • “Thanks again for coming to lecture to our residency group. Your approach is so intuitive. And it is totally complimentary to integrative manual medicine.” -Matthew McClanahan, DO, Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine
  • “Thank you so much for your amazing presentation. The information was great and all of the clinicians really enjoyed it. You were fabulous. Thanks again for sharing such helpful information.” -Theresa Sluiter, DPT, Orthopedic Clinical Supervisor


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About Scott Hadley PhD, DPT, NeuroMechanicsPT Founder

Dr. Hadley received his PhD in Anatomy and Cell Biology from Wayne State University School of Medicine in 1998. From 1998-2004, he was a university professor, teaching courses in anatomy, neuroanatomy, and physiology. He has published several papers in the field of neuroscience.

After receiving his DPT in 2007, he worked in spinal cord injury rehab and outpatient orthopedics. He has been in private practice since 2009 in Grand Rapids, where he has refined NeuroMechanicsPT in his outpatient orthopedic practice at the Hadley Clinic. 


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