Written by Jean-Paul Höppner
Inflammation – Infection – Immunity knowing the landmarks, setting the trenches!
Statistically, the corona situation was due to happen. Let there be no doubt about that! Too long ago the 1918 pandemic had passed and in the beginning of this new century there were some clear warnings (for instance SARS 2002 and MERS 2012).
Lumbar pain and the 10 pelvic vertebra
Anatomy is one of the oldest sciences that describes the human form. These descriptions are based on observations of as well as insights in the human form of those days. Over the centuries many anatomical books were written. Often as a copy of previous editions. Over the centuries a certain way of looking was passed from one generation to the next. By copying books we also copied our way of looking at form and function. Question: can a change of looking turn into the capability of seeing different forms and functions which are now still hidden behind the old Nomina Anatomica?
Nerves and their drilling machine
A deeper understanding of the anatomical form leads to an insight that has practical significance. This deeper understanding requires a way of looking. A way of looking that leads to seeing which turns illustrations of structures into living pictures of anatomy. The way of looking represents a state of mind. This state of mind is often biased by the rhetoric we use in order to describe what we are looking at. Being unaware of it, this rhetoric is often not without consequences for our daily practice!
Upcoming new courses
Lectured by Jean-Paul Höppner
Morphokinetics in practice
La Kambrousse, 79130 LE RETAIL, France
October 27, 2022 - May 5, 2024
Bad Vilbel, Germany
November 17, 2022 - May 26, 2024
February 2, 2023 - August 25, 2024
August 19 - 21, 2022