VISCERAL FORM – Palpatory Differentiation

Hereby we can pose the questions: to what extent are the classic anatomical references concordant with the real situation of the patient?

  • Lecturer
    Max Girardin D.O. mro
  • Course location
    Bayonne (France)
  • Price
    €550,- / seminar

a closer look on the day-to-day practice and the commonly used anatomical reference frame

On top the manual approach is objectivized and confirmed with a medical echography control. For many participants, a personal and profound experience.

Philosophy of the course

In the working field of the osteopath, anatomy, manual diagnostic and their interpretation play a central role for treatment. Hereby we can pose the questions: to what extent are the classic anatomical references concordant with the real situation of the patient? As to what extent the manual intervention angle is tuned to the real situation of the patient?

In a refreshing way we take, during this seminar, a closer look on the day-to-day practice and the commonly used anatomical reference frame. On top the manual approach is objectivized and confirmed with a medical echography control.

For many participants, a personal and profound experience.

Course information

  • Date » Click here for the available dates
  • length 4 Days
  • Accreditation points (NRO) 8+18
  • Accreditation points (ACPVO) pending
  • Accreditation points (VOD) 10 Points per Day
  • Maximum number of participants: 32 participants
  • Class days: Thursday / Friday / Saturday / Sunday
  • Course time 09:00 - 18:00 (Last day 15h30)

Contents


  • Day 1

Pose of the problem, anatomical framework in theory and practice
What is FORM?
Why is an adaptable and variable focus necessary for any approach of the visceral system?
Approached from the viewpoint of embryology, histology, anatomy, physiology, fluid dynamics and hemodynamics.


  • Day 2

Fractal structure of Life and the importance of –dimension- consciousness.
Classic anatomical reference frame
Historic context of the anatomical reference frame
Principles of echography


  • Day 3

Traps to avoid – scientific data about them
Percussion, palpation and their interpretation
Practice on the visceral system (abdomen, thorax and throat) – part 1
Verification via auscultation, percussion and palpation for everyone in practice


  • Day 4

Practice on the visceral system (abdomen, thorax and throat) – part 2
Verification via medical echography control for everyone in practice