• PLEASE NOTE THIS VERSION IS ONLY FOR STUDENTS AND RESIDENTS WHO ARE APPLYING FOR A SCHOLARSHIP.  ALL OTHERS MUST REGISTER FOR THE $1.795.00 COURSE. Expand your osteopathic skills with a deeper understanding of the central nervous system through Introduction to Osteopathy in the Cranial Field. Learn about the anatomy and physiology of the cranium and its inter-relationship with the body as a whole, and how this method may be applied for the prevention and treatment of disease and enhancement of health. March 19-23, 2022 (In Person) in conjunction with the AAO Convocation Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, Orlando, Florida Registration Deposit for Scholarship Applicants: $900.00.  Up to 20 scholarships are available from the Cranial Foundation for students and residents.  You must register and make a $900 deposit in conjunction with your scholarship application.  On the scholarship application, you will be given the option for a refund if you are not awarded a scholarship. If you are not eligible for a scholarship, you must register at the $1,795 price here.   What You Will Learn
    • Explore the five components of the primary respiratory mechanism, including articular, cerebrospinal fluid, fascial/membranous and nervous system anatomy.
    • Deepen your understanding of the body as a dynamic unit with a capacity for self-healing.
    • Establish the basis for palpatory diagnosis and treatment.
    Course Director: Zinaida Pelkey, DO, FCA Associate Director: Shawn Higgins, DO Scroll down for more information including course details, liability release, schedule, who can attend and more. To register, please complete the liability release checkbox below and other optional fields that apply to you. Then click "add to cart."  Make sure to fill out and submit your scholarship application.
     
  • Expand your osteopathic skills with a deeper understanding of the central nervous system through Introduction to Osteopathy in the Cranial Field. Learn about the anatomy and physiology of the cranium and its inter-relationship with the body as a whole, and how this method may be applied for the prevention and treatment of disease and enhancement of health. March 19-23, 2022 (In Person) in conjunction with the AAO Convocation Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, Orlando, Florida What You Will Learn
    • Explore the five components of the primary respiratory mechanism, including articular, cerebrospinal fluid, fascial/membranous and nervous system anatomy.
    • Deepen your understanding of the body as a dynamic unit with a capacity for self-healing.
    • Establish the basis for palpatory diagnosis and treatment.
    Course Director: Zinaida Pelkey, DO, FCA Associate Director: Shawn Higgins, DO Scroll down for more information including course details, liability release, schedule, scholarship information for students/residents, who can attend and more. To register, please complete the liability release checkbox below and other optional fields that apply to you. Then click "add to cart."
     
  • November 13 - 14, 2021 (via Zoom) Course Directors:   Maria T. Gentile, DO, and Wendy S. Neal, DO Registration Closes November 6, 2021 

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