Courses in Copenhagen

For a detailed description of P-DTR and the courses click here.

The courses are divided into Foundations, Intermediate & Advanced. At the moment you can only sign up for Foundations which will begin 31/10/19. Intermediate module 1 will start in late March 2020 with Dr. Palomar. Questions can be emailed to Join the facebookgroup P-DTR Copenhagen to stay updated.


The foundations series provides a comprehensive curriculum designed to introduce students to functional neurology. This encapsulates full assessment of the body for any number of afferent dysfunctions and instruction on how to reset information from aberrant pathways. Students will gain a thorough understanding of how the body creates basic dysfunctions and compensatory patterns and most importantly, the systematic process that has been developed to treat these dysfunctions on a permanent basis. Students can expect to learn how to improve the raw material the brain receives to make more accurate decisions about how to move and feel. Topics covered include, but are not limited to, all manner of mechanoreceptors, nocioception, gait analysis, cranial sutures, and limbic disturbances. See the full curriculum further down.

Practical information, dates & location

Module 1


Module 2


Module 3


Module 1 must be completed before attending module 2 and module 2 before module 3. We strongly recommend to buy and attend Foundations as a whole.

When you have paid request to join the Facebook group “Foundations CPH 2019”. You will be added when your payment has gone through. This is where the course content will be uploaded and you can ask questions.

Payment options and procedure


Payment is via bank transfer to host Christian Glebe-Møller:


After transfer please send an email to with your full name, address, email, phone number and your current profession.

Foundations full course content

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.


What is switching and what to look out for.


Basic understanding of hypertonicity.


Introduction to mechanoreception.

Nuclear bag/chain and intrafusal musclefibers.


Golgi – golgi.

Golgi – pacini.

Pacini – ruffini


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.



What is PiLUS and how to identify, test and treat.


What are cloacals and how to identify, test and treat.

Long Kinematic Chains (LKC’s)

Open kinematic chains.

Closed kinematic chains.


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


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.


How to test for multitasking.


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.



The intermediate series builds on what students began delving into during the foundations series. Students can expect to learn much more about how the body structures larger patterns of dysfunctions and how each piece of the pattern can effect another. Tools will be provided to quickly determine the prevailing source of a dysfunction to greatly minimise any chance of reoccurrence. Students will learn the proper firing sequences for muscles used to accomplish given movements and how the body will respond if these sequences are disrupted. Advanced biomechanics are covered in depth for each major joint of the body including shoulder, hip, knee, foot and ankle, elbow, and spine.


The advanced series takes students on a thorough exploration of the physiology of numerous body systems. Assessment of viscera for localized and referred patterns is covered in great detail as well as an in depth exploration of iliocecal valve conditions. Issues with energy production are explored via functional takeaways from Krebs Cycle and Essential Fatty Acid Metabolism malfunctions. Symptoms, assessment, and treatment of cranial nerve dysfunctions are a major focus point of the advanced curriculum. Students will cover peripheral nerve entrapments and learn how to use the reappearance of primitive reflexes as a treatment tool. Other topics include baroreceptors, neurological teeth, alkalosis, and retrograde lymphatics.