Perfection in the management of vertebral adjustment – (3 modulen) module 2
Deze cursus bestaat uit 3 verschillende modulen. Wij adviseren alle 3 de modulen te volgen. Los inschrijven is wel mogelijk.
Module 1: Francesc Sansa DO | 28-30 maart 2019
Module 2: Carlos Ferrari DO | 26-28 september 2019
Module 3: Pau Dalmau DO | 7-9 november 2019
Teacher: Carlos Ferrari DO
“Bone Setting is the sensible art of our Profession” A.T. Still
The postgraduate will have as primary objective the learning of manipulative techniques of the cervical, dorsal, lumbar and pelvic rachis, as well as the revision of classical techniques by all known. These techniques will be a direct structural approach with great effectiveness in the resolution of clinical problems always under the tutelage of osteopathic principles.
The sitting, standing and recumbent approach will be used, with the application of body drop, lift and double torque, depending on the areas of application, providing the technique with great stability and therefore safety for the patient.
Emphasis will be placed on the position of the therapist both from a physical and psychological point of view, this of course in relation to the necessary perception that the operator must have at the moment of the application of the corrective impulse.
They will present a variety of techniques resulting from the personal evolution and learning of true masters within osteopathy such as Laurie Hartman, Barry Savory, Peter Balgrave, Renzo Molinari, Gerald Lamb and Jean Francois Terramorsi.
I also wanted to recover the legacy of the old American osteopaths as N.S. Nicholas D.O., Chas H. Murray DO, Francis J. Feidler DO, Ernest Ecford Tucker and WilfredL. Riggs DO, among others, true pioneers of this art that although absent, maintain their presence in the recovered bibliography that day after day the lovers of this profession take to practice to draw our own conclusions.
- Analytical exploration of the pelvis with orthopedic and osteopathic tests. Recognition of fundamental clinical aspects in the differentiation of sacroiliac and lumbar pain, whether it is of facetary, discogenic or radicular origin.
- Manipulative treatment of the iliac sacral joints with body drop, short arm and long arm, different modalities of approach in different positions depending on the characteristics of the patient (side roll, sitting, and standing)
-Sacred anterior and posterior
-Iliaco anterior and posterior
- Application of myotensive technique without drop and without impulse with cavitation resolution (always), highly recommended in patients apprehensive to HVLA.
- Lumbar techniques in side roll, sitting and variant in Dog technique, both for convergence and divergence injuries.
- L5 Maneuver in side roll with rapid decompression without the need to use the rotation vector, highly indicated in herniated discs achieving the opening of the foraminal space safely, avoiding space conflicts by closing or opening.
- The techniques will be both short and long lever.
- Before working on the adjustments in the cervical area, a review of the most relevant tests will be done to determine the integrity of the volar, transverse and vertebral arteries, as well as the basic clinical practice to make a differential that allows us to know If the patient is potentially dangerous for the treatment and / or the examination.
- Recognition of fundamental clinical aspects in the differentiation of cervical pain, whether it is of facetary, discogenic or radicular origin.
- Technique in hinge area C0-C1 in supine decubitus with rapid decompression minimizing the rotation vectors and without ballistic projection.
- Technique of adjustment in cervical zone of C0-C7 in sitting with application of double torque, highly recommended for its safety, since lacking rotation component, there is no ligament tension neither in the supra segments as underlying. Especially indicated in patients who, for different clinical reasons, can not have the cervical spine rotated.
- Techniques for the dorsal column mainly in lift with fulcrum, from C7 to T12, with the possibility of extending this technical modality to L2 at least.
- Classic Dog technique with variant in which the therapist does not perform the drop to achieve cavitation, which considerably minimizes the anterior pressure in the patient’s chest. In this technique, a myotensive component is applied both to the upper and lower extremities for its execution.
- Dog variant for children and difficult-to-handle people in classic positions.
- Technique in ribs applying the lift or drop in standing or supine, both for anterior and posterior dysfunctions.
- HVLA manipulative technique of the temporomandibular joint in the supine and sitting position.