CME Study Group

Sacral Mechanics: Mitchell vs. Strachan Models

Review of Mitchell vs. Strachan Models. Review OMM techniques that best treat the Sacral disfunctions.

Target Audience:

For CME’s: DO’s, MD’s and other medical providers.

CME’s:
2.0

Videos: 1

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Fascia: The Missing Link to Healthy Posture and Aging

Fascia: The Missing Link to Healthy Posture and Aging course is a lecture to better understand the holistic aspects of the Fascial System, the constituents of fascial anatomy, the effect of fascial patterns on posture as well as giving a better understanding of the effects of fascial patterns on different body systems.

Target Audience:

For CME’s: DO’s, MD’s and other medical providers.

CME’s:
2.0

Videos:
1

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Fascia: Does it have the Ability to Contract

Review of fascial anatomy and functions of fascia. Review OMM techniques that best treat the myofascial tissues and relieve abnormal myofascial contractions.

Target Audience:

For CME’s: DO’s, MD’s and other medical providers.

CME’s:
2.0

Videos: 2

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OMM for the Neck and Tension-type Headache

OMM for the Neck and Tension-type Headache course is a lecture to better understand the holistic aspects of the functional anatomy of the cervical spine and how to apply the Still Technique to the upper and lower cervical complex.

Target Audience:

For CME’s: DO’s, MD’s and other medical providers.

CME’s:
1B

Videos:
1

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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and Upper Extremity Dysfunctions

From thoracic outlet syndrome to carpal tunnel syndrome: the differential diagnosis for hand parasthesias. How to evaluate and treat with an osteopathic perspective.

Target Audience:

    1. For CME’s: DO’s, MD’s and other medical providers.

CME’s:

    1. 2.0

Videos:

    1. 1

 

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Cervical Strain-Counterstrain

Cervical Strain-Counterstrain course is a lecture to better understand the holistic aspects of the functional anatomy of the cervical spine and how to apply the Cervical Strain-Counterstain to the upper and lower cervical complex.

Target Audience:

For CME’s: DO’s, MD’s and other medical providers.

CME’s:
2.0

Videos:
2

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Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Approach to Shoulder Pain

Pain in the shoulder can have many different causes including the primary joint itself, but more commonly it’s caused by the muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia or boney dysfunction of the full shoulder girdle. This CME will discuss and demonstrate the Osteopathic Evaluation and Treatment of the Shoulder.

Target Audience:
For CME’s: DO’s, MD’s and other medical providers.

CME’s:

    1. 2.0

Videos:

    1. 1
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