Access: Extended Perception Workshop

Interoceptive Awareness for Manual Practitioners

The Workshop

 

 

The Access Workshop presents a science-based approach for developing extended perception skills.  The workshop evolved out of research into discrete processes that exceptionally perceptive practitioners innately rely on.

 

The fact is there has always been a small percent of practitioners who perceive important clinical indicators that many practitioners do not take advantage of. Research reveals that these exceptional  practitioners pay ‘different’ attention to their nervous system. One of the most significant differences is that they develop awareness of a select group of central autonomic network / CAN responses.

 

The nervous system innately produces these CAN responses when it detects salient changes in a patient's physiology. Awareness of CAN responses provides greater insights into problems that patients have and enhances a practitioner's ability to produce desired results more consistently.


Contrary to popular theories, a practitioner cannot develop this skill set by paying attention to conventional assessment indicators. Extended perception skills don't require an extra-sensitive nervous system to develop. Most practitioners can develop proficient awareness of CAN responses and get access to key clinical insights that conventional methods of assessment overlook.

 

 

 

 

Brycen A. Hudock, D.C.

 

Taking the Access Workshop with Dr. Ric Wiegand was a pivotal moment in my chiropractic career.  It is, in my opinion, a must for any chiropractor concerned with the detection and correction of subluxation.  Access is primarily a means of assessment that works in conjunctionwith any technique.  Regardless of the methods you currently use, you will gain a heightened awareness and certainty in your work.

 

 My first Access seminar was nearly ten years ago and I remember being amazed at the simplicity and how quickly I gained the skills necessary for increased awareness.  I was blown away at how quickly and accurately I could find the subluxation and know when it was corrected.  What’s more, everyone in the room was in total agreement.  I’ve never seen that level of inter-examiner reliability!

 

 I remember the original explanation at the time of how the developers of this technique, being intrigued by the ability of some of the great doctors in our profession who could enter a room and know in a fraction of a second what level needed to be adjusted, sought to find the answers of this heightened awareness.  As they interviewed these doctors, some said it was something they were born with; while others said it was a learned awareness, but something that took many years to become that proficient.

 

 Access allows you to develop that same awareness, often in a few hours time!

Wherever you are in your career, I highly recommend attending the next Access Workshop and take your skill to the highest level.  It’s all about certainty!

Thank you Dr. Ric!

 

 

 

 

 

                                                         subtle@AccessWorkshop.com

 

Access: Extended Perception Workshop

Interoceptive Awareness for Manual Practitioners

 

                     subtle@AccessWorkshop.com

 

The Access Workshop presents a science-based approach for developing extended perception skills.  The workshop evolved out of research into discrete processes that extraordinarily perceptive practitioners innately rely on.

 

The fact is there has always been a small percent of exceptional practitioners who perceive important clinical indicators that most practitioners do not take advantage of. These indicators provide greater insights into problems that patients have and they enhance a practitioner's ability to produce desired results more consistently.


Contrary to popular theories, extended perception skills don't require an extra-sensitive nervous system. Moreover, a practitioner cannot develop this skill set by paying 'better' attention to conventional assessment indicators.

 

Research reveals that exceptionally perceptive practitioners pay ‘different’ attention to their nervous system. They develop an awareness of a select group of central autonomic network / CAN responses.
The nervous system innately produces these CAN responses when it detects salient changes in a patient's physiology. Most practitioners can learn to use these CAN responses and to get access to key clinical insights that conventional methods of assessment overlook.

 

 

 

Brycen A. Hudock, D.C.

 

Taking the Access Workshop with Dr. Ric Wiegand was a pivotal moment in my chiropractic career.  It is, in my opinion, a must for any chiropractor concerned with the detection and correction of subluxation.  Access is primarily a means of assessment that works in conjunction with any technique.  Regardless of the methods you currently use, you will gain a heightened awareness and certainty in your work.

 

 My first Access seminar was nearly ten years ago and I remember being amazed at the simplicity and how quickly I gained the skills necessary for increased awareness.  I was blown away at how quickly and accurately I could find the subluxation and know when it was corrected.  What’s more, everyone in the room was in total agreement.  I’ve never seen that level of inter-examiner reliability!

 

 I remember the original explanation at the time of how the developers of this technique, being intrigued by the ability of some of the great doctors in our profession who could enter a room and know in a fraction of a second what level needed to be adjusted, sought to find the answers of this heightened awareness.  As they interviewed these doctors, some said it was something they were born with; while others said it was a learned awareness, but something that took many years to become that proficient.

 

 Access allows you to develop that same awareness, often in a few hours time!  Wherever you are in your career, I highly recommend attending the next Access Workshop and take your skill to the highest level.  It’s all about certainty!  Thank you Dr. Ric!