The Canadian Institute of Osteopathic Therapy
Classes Start February 2019

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Classes start February 2019

The course will be 4350 hours over 5 years which is 217 weeks. The course will start at 8:30am with a 30 minute break for lunch and ends at 5:30pm. It is designed to run for 4 days every 6 weeks, enabling students to maintain full time employment. Online content is available for use during times students are not physically in class.

FIRST AND SECOND YEARS: MASTER IN OSTEOPATHY IN NEUROMUSCULOSKELETAL DYSFUNCTIONS. (60 CREDITS/1500 HOURS)

750 teaching hours are allotted per year (attendance in the theoretical-practical classes, study and interaction with the virtual campus, study of the research methodology, study of clinical practice, personal theoretical study and drafting of the end of Master’s project).

Program Year 1 (Structural I): Methodological bases. Lumbar, thoracic, cervical, pelvic girdle, elbow, wrist, hand. Scientific investigation, Radiology and medical sciences program I.

Program Year 2 (Structural II): Cervicothoracic and thoracolumbar joints. Ribs. Hip. Knee. Ankle and foot. Integration of the osteopathic concept. Scientific investigation, radiology and medical sciences program II.

THIRD, FOURTH AND FIFTH YEARS: DIPLOMA IN OSTEOPATHIC MANUAL THERAPY. (114 CREDITS/2850 HOURS)

950 teaching hours per year (attendance in theoretical-practical classes, study of clinical practice in the center and/or clinic-school, interaction and technique simulation in the virtual campus, personal osteopathic-theoretical and medical study in the virtual campus, research methodology and drafting of a scientific article).

Program Year 3: Treatment of sciatica and other neuralgias. Jones techniques. Visceral: stomach, duodenum. Cranial: sphenobasilar, temporal, occipital, parietal. Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) I.

Autonomic nervous system. Scientific investigation, Radiology and Medical Sciences.

Program Year 4: Sacrum. British operational techniques. Visceral: Liver. Intestine. Genital tract. Skull: Frontal. Ethmoid. Sphenoid. Palatine. TMJ II. Fascial System, Pedriatrics I, Scientific investigation, radiology and medical sciences.

Program Year 5: Sub-occipital joint. Dejarnette method. Cranial treatment of migraines and headaches. Visceral: cardiopulmonary, kidney, bladder, lymphatic system. Craniosacral system, pediatrics II, arterial system, ophthalmology, ORL. Radiology and medical pathology. Presentation of a scientific article in Osteopathy. ( Committee of the Scientific European Federation of Osteopaths, SEFO)

Modality
Other

Credits

12 (Completion of full 5 Yr Program)

Facility

University of Calgary

Location

Calgary, AB

Instructor

Listed on Website

Phone

403-455-2468
MLD The One Day Refresher
September 13, 2019

Rhythm Massage

Manual Lymphatic Drainage For Your Everyday Clinical Practice

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is a highly specialized technique that can be used to treat many injuries and pathologies.

It can be performed as a preventative technique that bolsters our bodies' ability to rejuvenate and resist all types of stress.

MLD not only stimulates the vital functions of the skin, tissues and internal organs, but also serves to eliminate cellular waste and stimulate the parasympathetic relaxation response inhibiting muscle tonus and pain.

It provides an excellent tool for massage therapists when regular massage is contraindicated.

This unique training course covers the many dimensions of Manual Lymphatic Drainage:

  • All areas of the body will be reviewed and students will be provided with an understanding of the lymphatic system and the implications and complications that are associated with MLD.
  • Illustration for students from a clinical perspective on how to achieve complete evacuation of lymph nodes and thus achieve complete drainage to specific areas.
  • Review of current research in the area and the efficacy of MLD within this research
  • Demonstration of exact area specific sequences including amount of pressure applied and examination of "0 pressure" points within these

By the end of this single day you will have reviewed all sequences and revisited the essential theory as well. This extra study day will inform your practice, refine your skills and build your confidence in the delivery and execution of an excellent MLD treatment.

Modality
Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Credits

6

Facility

Hotel Varscona

Location

Edmonton, AB

Instructor

Aron Ginn

Phone

(+61) 411 708623
Manual Lymphatic Drainage for your Everyday Clinical Practice Level 1
September 14 & 15, 2019

Rhythm Massage

Manual Lymphatic Drainage For Your Everyday Clinical Practice

 Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is a highly specialized technique that can be used to treat many injuries and pathologies.

It can be performed as a preventative technique that bolsters our bodies' ability to rejuvenate and resist all types of stress.

MLD not only stimulates the vital functions of the skin, tissues and internal organs, but also serves to eliminate cellular waste and stimulate the parasympathetic relaxation response inhibiting muscle tonus and pain.

It provides an excellent tool for massage therapists when regular massage is contraindicated.

This unique training course covers the many dimensions of Manual Lymphatic Drainage:

  • All areas of the body will be reviewed and students will be provided with an understanding of the lymphatic system and the implications and complications that are associated with MLD.
  • Illustration for students from a clinical perspective on how to achieve complete evacuation of lymph nodes and thus achieve complete drainage to specific areas
  • Review of current research in the area and the efficacy of MLD within this research
  • Demonstration of exact area specific sequences including amount of pressure applied and examination of "0 pressure" points within these

By the end of this two day certification course, you’ll possess the ability to understand and perform a full lymphatic drainage with confidence and skill.

https://www.rhythmmassage.com.au/courses/MLD-EdmCA-14-15Sept

Modality
Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Credits

12

Facility

Varscona Hotel

Location

Edmonton, AB

Instructor

Aron Ginn

Phone

(+61) 411-708-623

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