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|4 May 2018 until 8 May 2018||
2018 Basic Course: Osteopathy in the Cranial Field
NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine – Old Westbury, NY, Greenvale NY
SCTF Basic Course: Osteopathy in the Cranial Field
Maximum Course enrollment: 52 Teacher to Student Ratio: 1:4
The Basic Course has been taught continuously since that time to introduce Osteopathic physicians, and more recently, students and residents, to the primary respiratory mechanism and Sutherland’s teachings.
The SCTF Basic Course uses lectures and table sessions to deliver hands-on training. Our faculty are carefully chosen from physicians demonstrating a grasp of the material, having used the work in their own practice for 5 years and an interest in continuing the teaching. Contact with Osteopathic physicians with this level of expertise is offered by few if any of the Osteopathic colleges.
Osteopathic perceptual skills are greatly enriched by this course. Detailed applied anatomy is the cornerstone of the course and the cornerstone of Osteopathy. Precise technique is taught as a tool for deeper understanding of inherent helming forces within the patient. Participants improve in their manual skills and take away lessons which are applicable in practice. Participants appreciate the focused attention and course evaluations are virtually always positive.
|13 Jul 2018 until 15 Jul 2018||
Treating Compressions in the Cranium
Osteopathic Center San Diego, San Diego CA
Rollin E. Becker, DO introduced us to a more complete understanding of how to treat trauma induced compressions in the cranium. In a complete practice of OCF, the practitioner must learn how to safely use compression to treat cranial compressions throughout the body. Kenneth E. Graham, DO has devoted his career to developing a method of teaching the diagnosis and treatment of compressions as taught to him by Dr. Becker.
The course will include a manual of instruction that describes and illustrates the treatment of compressions.
|3 Nov 2018 until 5 Nov 2018||
Lexington, Kentucky, Lexington KY
Additional time (beyond the 40 hours of a Basic course of Osteopathy in the Cranial Field) is needed to address the anatomical complexities and manipulative treatment options associated with the Face. This course was developed to impart this information
In great detail, the anatomy and physiology functioning of the Face, as it relates to the Primary Mechanism, is discussed and palpated. Palpatory contacts are discussed and practiced.