Expand Your Osteopathic Skills with a Deeper Understanding of the Central Nervous System
Highly regarded by its practitioners and patients, cranial osteopathy studies the anatomy and physiology of the cranium and its inter-relationship with the body as a whole. Find out how this method may be applied for the prevention and treatment of disease and enhancement of health.
March 11-15, 2023 (In Person) in conjunction with the AAO Convocation
The Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, Colorado
What You Will Learn
Course Director: Annette Hulse DO
Associate Course Director: William Foley DO
Assistant Director: Zinaida Pelkey DO FCA
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- 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.