The concept of restricted neural dynamics is not new, however its impact on our patients’ daily activities and movement tolerance is often overlooked during the examination and treatment. This course covers concepts for examination and quantifying restricted neural dynamics and basic intervention strategies for the upper quarter, including the cervical spine. Included is a critical review of the most up-to-date literature in peer-reviewed journals regarding the use of neural mobilization as an examination and treatment technique. The course is appropriate for physical therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapy assistants and occupational therapy assistants as both assessment and treatment concepts will be covered to aide them in the care of their patients. This course includes laboratory sessions in which participants will practice neural mobilization and examination techniques. Participants are encouraged to wear loose, comfortable clothing.