June 15 & 16, 2019
Layered Physiological Approach to an Osteopathic Lesion by Brad McCutcheon
Using the osteoarticular lesion as focus for palpating different levels.
In this 2 day course we will explore the assessment and treatment of the Osteoarticular lesion through palpation of densities, energy blockages, liquid movements and mechanical motions. The total sum of our assessment will help to determine the first access to the correction. Prioritizing between neuromuscular, connective tissue and arthrological, sources for the creation and retention of the lesion.
We will discuss the high speed to lower speed approaches physiologically and a layered approach to the correction of the lesion as a whole in the patient. Is a hierarchy of naming of lesion enough to choose the technique from?
Discussions will also include visceral involvement, and when visceral feedback can create the lesion solely.
Why do joints pop sometimes and some don’t? Why does this happen in some patients and not in others and why on some days and not others? These questions will also be approached as not all of these answers can be found in the current literature.
Location: Fort Rouge Leisure Centre
Date: June 15 & 16, 2019
Time: Saturday 9am to 5pm & Sunday 9am to 4pm
Cost: MAOMP Members: $ 425
Super Early Bird Special: by March 15, 2019 $475
Early Bird Special: from March 16 to April 16, 2019 $500
Regular Price: from April 17 to June 14, 2019 $550
Payment: Cheque or e-transfer to
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Eligible to attend: Graduates or thesis writers of CCO , CEO or CSO. As well as any currently enrolled student year 4 and up.