Sub Courses

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:
1B

Videos:
2

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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:
1B

Videos:
1

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Muscle Energy Technique Course

The Muscle Energy course has a lecture on the history and primary concepts behind Muscle Energy and a lab demonstrating how to perform the technique.

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

CME’s earned: 1.0

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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Pelvis Strain Counterstrain Course

Pelvis strain-counterstrain course consists of lab demonstrations of numerous anterior and posterior strain counterstrain points that are effective in treating myofascial strains in the pelvis.

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

CMEs earned: 1.0

Videos: 1

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Principles and Practices of Manual Medicine Course

This course presents in lecture format the basic concepts and terminology behind the principles and practices of Manual Medicine.

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

CME’s: 0.5

Videos: 1

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Soft Tissue Techniques Course

The Soft Tissue Techniques course has a lab demonstrating how to perform the different Soft Tissue Techniques to different regions of the body.

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

CME’s earned: 1.0

Videos: 2

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Still Technique Course

The Still Technique course has a lecture on the history and primary concepts behind The Still Technique and a lab demonstrating how to perform the technique.

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

CME’s earned: 1.0

Videos: 2

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Strain / Counterstrain Sub Course

The Strain Counterstrain course has a lecture on the history and primary concepts behind Strain Counterstrain and a lab demonstrating how to perform the technique.

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

CME’s: 1.0

Videos: 2

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The Ankle Course

The Ankle course has a short lecture on the functional anatomy pearls for the ankle joint. Then, the primary focus of the course is on the lab demonstration of how to examine the ankle joint to rule in or out a traditional orthopedic injury and then how to examine for and treat somatic dysfunctions of the ankle joint. The core manual medicine treatment modalities covered in this course are muscle energy, HVLA, strain-counterstrain and soft tissue techniques.

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

CME’s: 1.0

Videos: 3

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The Foot Course

The Foot course has a lecture on the functional anatomy pearls for the foot. Then, the primary focus of the course is on the lab demonstration of how to examine and treat somatic dysfunctions of the foot. The core manual medicine treatment modalities covered in this course are muscle energy, HVLA, strain/counterstrain and soft tissue techniques.

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

CME’s: 1.0

Videos: 3

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The Innominates and Pubic Symphysis Course

The Innominates and Pubic Symphysis course has a lecture on the functional anatomy pearls for the innominates and the pubic symphysis. Then, the primary focus of the course is on the lab demonstrations of the dysfunctions of the innominates and the pubic symphysis. The core manual medicine treatment modalities covered in this course are Muscle Energy, HVLA, the Still Technique, and Soft Tissue Techniques.

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

CME’s: 2.5

Videos: 3

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The Knee Course

The Knee course has a short lecture on the functional anatomy pearls for the knee joint. Then, the primary focus of the course is on the lab demonstration of how to examine the knee joint to rule in or out a traditional orthopedic injury and then how to examine for and treat somatic dysfunctions of the knee joint. The core manual medicine treatment modalities covered in this course are muscle energy, HVLA, strain-counterstrain and soft tissue techniques.

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

CME’s: 1.5

Videos: 5

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The Sacrum Course

The Sacrum Course has a lecture on the functional anatomy, diagnostic landmarks, tests and findings for the different somatic dysfunctions of the sacrum. Then, the primary focus of the course is on the lab demonstration of how to diagnose and treat the different somatic dysfunctions of the sacrum. The core manual medicine treatment modalities covered in this course are Muscle Energy, Lateral Syms Articulatory Technique, and Soft Tissue Techniques.

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

CME’s: 2.5

Videos: 3

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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. Earn 2.0 level 1B CME’s Learning Objectives: 1. Review differential diagnosis for patient complaining of hand parasthesias. 2. Review physical exam findings for thoracic outlet syndrome, epicondylitis and carpal tunnel syndrome specifically. […]

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