First time in the UK, Barral's workshop explores the intervertebral discs and how to manage various spinal conditions using a visceral approach. The course will cover the latest findings in the areas of anatomy, physiology and pathology.
With so many new diets, opinions and seemingly constantly changing advice, getting optimal nutrition right can seem confusing. This session presents 5 easy to understand and apply rules to ensure healthy eating. Popular diet trends including vegan and paleo diets are highlighted with respect to locus of control, individual knowledge base and health outcomes. The straightforward rules are designed to be easy to follow but equally, easily communicated to patients allowing them to make positive choices at every meal. Special relevance: Simplifying dietary advice, effective communication to patients
This webinar will review the latest research findings concerning the role of fascial tissues in sports and movement, based on the recent version of the 4-annual Connective Tissues in Sports Medicine congress.
This practical workshop is a unique opportunity to develop and update your manual skills under the guidance of Professor Hartman. His use of an integrative manual approach has been developed over many years of clinical experience and teaching osteopathic techniques worldwide. His unique teaching method and extensive knowledge of different manual approaches will help the participants to revise and update their repertoire of manual techniques applied to the cervical spine, cervical-thoracic junction, ribs and upper limbs.
Human lifespans have increased over the past 100 years. This session looks at the modifiable aspects of increasing years of life, with a special focus on nutrition. Recent nutrition research has revealed means to delay cellular senescence which when considered alongside dietary strategies to prevent lifestyle illnesses of older age, promises to extend not just lifespan but healthspan. Practical approaches to diet and lifestyle are outlined including the best foods, supplements and wines to support the longest, healthiest life possible. Special relevance: Increasing healthspan, preventing/delaying lifestyle diseases
Harmonic technique is a development of early osteopathic oscillatory manual approach by Dr Eyal Lederman. In the last 30 years he has researched this group of techniques, expanded the technique repertoire and highlighted their therapeutic value. Harmonic Technique has international recognition and has been taught in 23 countries.
This approach forms a part in several manual therapy and osteopathic higher education programmes.
This session explores contemporary understandings of pain and tissue repair processes. With examples of bone, muscle and connective tissue injury/compromise, nutritional strategies to shorten healing time are described. The role of acute and chronic inflammation is highlighted and anti-inflammatory protocols to support tissue repair and reduce pain are given. Nutritional management of pain and tissue repair is considered as part of a multi-disciplinary approach to patient support.
This 2-day (2x2 hours) webinar will provide participants with an Evidence Based Approach to the evaluation and treatment of headache patients. It will include a comprehensive presentation on the most updated findings related to sensory and motor impairments of the cervical spine and TMJ and how they are clinically relevant for head pain. Current evidence has shown the role of musculoskeletal impairments in the neck and TMJ which has set the stage for a multisystem approach of evaluation, treatment and management of headache patients.
The course is designed for anyone involved in manual therapy that wishes to have clear guidelines when treating the pregnant patient. More than 80% of pregnant women suffer from a variety of conditions associated with the dramatic change in their body, ranging from back and pelvic pain to gastric reflux and tension headaches.