The trapezius is a muscle that has tremendous clinical importance to the chiropractor. Dysfunction of this muscle can cause a variety of clinical conditions and be quite perplexing to the clinician. This presentation will discuss the anatomy, innervation, and function of the trapezius with clinical perspectives along the way.
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Dr. Michael Hall has been practicing and teaching chiropractic for over three decades. He maintains a busy practice in the Dallas metroplex while presenting his “Functional Neurology for Practicing Chiropractors” series around the world. He graduated with honors from Parker College of Chiropractic and then completed post-doctoral studies in neurology, orthopedics, pediatrics, rehabilitation, technique, and functional medicine. He has published research and serves on advisory boards for Spinal Research Foundation and the Association of Chiropractic Colleges, Research and Consortium. He also is a team lecturer for the ICPA and CCED online seminars.