Continuing Education Courses

Upcoming Courses
September 21-22, 2019
Advanced Still Technique

Course description:

Steps of Still Technique

1.Diagnose Somatic Dysfunction
2.Position of Ease
3.Apply Force Vector
4.Articulatory Movement
5.Release Force Vector
6.Return to Neutral
7.Retest

The course is designed for DOMP who are interested in exploring the science and techniques of Osteopathic Manipulation.

Participants will be exposed to the research, anatomy, physiology, and vocabulary to apply Osteopathic palpatory skills addressing and supporting physiologic functions of these systems.

This course offers a safe and broader clinical approach addressing that therapeutic goal either synergistically or as a stand alone treatment.

The course welcomes those who have had experience either recently or not, as well as the novice learner.

The Participants will receive 16 CEU


Presented by Jacob Brainis NDM, BSc, DOMP, R.TCMP
Location: 470 North Rivermede Rd., Concord, L4K 2N2
Contact: Toronto Academy of Osteopathy
Phone:416-567-5282 or 647-502-7787
 Reg. Fees: $800 

October 4-6, 2019
The Neurodynamic Approach To Cranial/Visceral Osteopathy with Focus on the child

Presented by Dr. Shawn K. Centers, DO, MH, FACOP, BCIP is the Chief Medical Officer and staff pediatrician for The Children’s HOPE Center in San Diego, California.

Location: Monte Carlo Inn Vaughan Suites 705 Applewood Crescent, Vaughan, ON L4K 5W8

From: The work of Viola M. Frymann, Dr. W.G. Sutherland and Dr. A.Still

Dr. Centers was the last and longest physician to work with World renown Osteopath Dr. Viola M. Frymann. He is the founder of the Children’s HOPE Center at the Osteopathic Center San Diego, a children’s center based on Dr. Frymann’s work as it applies to difficult to treat cases from around the World.

 

DAY 1

Title: The Neurodynamic Approach To Cranial/Visceral Osteopathy with Focus on Pediatric

9 am: Philosophy and Methodology of Osteopathy

10 am: The Sphenoid and its relationship to the fluid, fascial, and energy body.

11 am: Sphenoid as the Central fulcrum with the head.

12-1:30 pm: Lunch

1:30 pm: Sphenoid palpation with emphasis on connection of lesion patters with distant neurodynamic effect.

2 pm: The fluid to correct venous sinus disturbance and bringing the Cranial Fluids into balance.

3 pm: Exploring the Breath of Life: Primary Respiration & Secondary Respiration, Recuring Energetic and Tissue Texture inprints in The Breath of Life

4 pm: Resolving trauma on the physical, energetic, and neurodynamic level.

 

DAY 2

9 am: Core Link and Osteopathic Center and Fulcrums

10 am: Endocranial and Lateral Ventricles

11 am: Pituitary & Pineal function and relationship

12-1:30 pm: Lunch

1:30 pm: Fulcrums of Respiration, Diaphragm, Abdomen and Pelvis.

3 pm: Tidal Movement and Effects on the health.

4 pm: Treatment of the Liner.

5 pm: Treatment of the Mesentery and Craniym

6 pm: Central Core and its importance in maintaining health.

 

DAY 3

9 am: The importance of the heart in Neurodynamics motion.

10 am: The Brain/Cranial Gut Axis

11 am: Lateral Ventricle and CSF fluid flow.

12-1:30 pm: Lunch

1:30 pm: Treating the fluid body

2 pm: Posterior Third Ventricle Pineal Relationship

3 pm: Geometric Patterns of Trauma and Healing

4 pm: Closing

5 pm: Adjourn

This is Advanced course in Pediatric Osteopathy which will explore the various levels of treatment of the human being physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.

The participants will receive 24 CEU

Phone:416-567-5282 or 647-502-7787
Early Reg. fee:  $1, 050 (till September 1, 2019)

Reg. fee: $1, 200

 

November 2-3, 2019
Advanced Vascular Visceral Manipulation

The Participants will receive 16 CEU

Presented by Jacob Brainis NDM, BSc, DOMP, R.TCMP
Location: 470 North Rivermede Rd., Unit #7B, Concord, L4K 2N2
Contact: Toronto Academy of Osteopathy
Phone:416-567-5282 or 647-502-7787
Fees:$800

Congratulations to The Graduates from The VISCEROVASCULAR MANIPULATION Course