2) Seizures, shakes and funny turns. Case presentation.
Case presentation. Practicals to follow on each neurological topic to be decided, depending on the level of the group.
Kok Weng Lim DO MSc(Ost) FSCCO
Kok Weng graduated from the British School of Osteopathy in 1989. He is also a graduate of the European School of Osteopathy and the University of Greenwich where he obtained his Masters in Osteopathy in 2004. Amongst his principal MSc modules were gynaecology and obstetrics, and neuroanatomy. He has also assisted Dr Frank Willard in his neuroanatomy courses at the ESO.
He has worked at the Osteopathic Centre for Children since its earliest beginnings in 1991. He now an osteopathic consultant at the OCC and teaches there on their pediatric diploma pathway, and he also works one day each week in their outreach clinic at a neonatal intensive care unit in a north London hospital where he works as part of a multi-disciplinary team. His work at the hospital includes running a small children outpatient clinic where problems that are associated with premature births are followed up post-discharge from the neonatal unit.
He is also on the faculty of the Sutherland Cranial College of Osteopathy which provides postgraduate education in the cranial field. He is on the faculty of the ESO, the Vienna School of Osteopathy and is engaged in postgraduate teaching at various institutions in Europe.
“Working alongside the inspirational osteopaths at the OCC in its early beginnings has been pivotal in shaping my osteopathic outlook and approach. It remains the best place to learn paediatric osteopathy with a hands-on approach in a clinic setting.”