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Explanatory video - for Visceral Basics, Global Visceral, and the Visceral Certificate options (which is on cnmo.co.uk)
This video gives an overview of the 3 options, and a preview of the content for the courses, which are on sake till end of December.
ON SALE - Visceral Basics ONLINE COURSE
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LEARN ABOUT VISCERAL OSTEOPATHY, VISCERAL TECHNIQUES, CONCEPTS OF HOW THE BODY CAVITIES WORK, HOW DYSFUNCTION CAN OCCUR AND WHAT WE CAN DO ABOUT IT. Lots of evidence and applied anatomy to illustrate physiological and fluidic concepts as well as the relationships between the musculoskeletal system and the viscera (including the fascia and connective tissues of the body and body cavities). There are lots of technique videos included in this cpd course - and although technique competence can't be achieved, you can appreciate the approaches, and perhaps come on one of the technique intensive courses (when covid allows).
From embryology, through anatomy, visceral location and palpation - this is a great place to start if you did not get a visceral education. Also, if you did have one, and didn't appreciate it, or if yours was predicated on the 'motility - IVM' model - this one isn't, or was too painful, or you couldn't get a grip (literally or figuratively) then this is the course for you.
ON SALE - Global Visceral Online Course
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This course really builds on the visceral basics - getting you to understand many aspects of visceral pain, vagal dynamics, mindfulness, breathing, body mapping and problems with scars and adhesions. It helps you appreciate all the adjuncts and approaches necessary when dealing with a variety of visceral dynamics and begins to illustrate how to approach some visceral conditions . help in their management. It goes into many aspects of the osteopathic medicine approach, looks at potential for healthcare contribution across a range of healthcare presentations, and despite the fact that osteopaths 'look for health, not disease' it is still vital to understand the science behind complex health challenges and how physiology and homeostasis, movement and anatomy all converge to enable the person to function at their best.