Early bird registration until: 30th of July 2021
Location: British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM)
Address: 6 Netherhall Gardens, London NW3 5RR
Starting times: Friday: 12-8pm, Saturday & Sunday: 9am-6pm
Instructor: Guy VOYER DO, Peter Bodi
By regulating fluid flow osteo-articular/joint pumping can assist the body in being more efficient in managing the process of acute inflammation. In a chronically painful and tight joint, osteo-articular pumping moves stagnated fluid to improve mobility and functionality. You will learn over 50 targeted manual therapy techniques to treat the joints and relational fascial anatomy of the spine, ribcage, sacroiliac joint and pubic symphysis.
- Descriptive & Fascial Relational Anatomy of the Spine, Sacroiliac joint and Pubic Symphisis
- Classic & Functional Biomechanics
- The physiology of inflammation
- The technical basis of joint pumping
- The Theory of the Complexity model
- Clinical Application of joint pumping
- Comprehensive instruction and supervised hands-on learning of the joint pumping techniques for the Spine, Sacroiliac joint and Pubic Symphisis
- Manual therapy qualification and experience. Please contact us for details if unsure.
- This is a manual therapy course. Participants are respinsible for their own professional liability insurance.
- What's included?
- Anatomy manual
- Treatment technique manual
- Hands-on instructions and practice
- Follow-up course review - online webinar
- Water and snacks
- Who would benefit from this course?
- Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Sports therapists, Massage therapists, SomaTrainers