August 15, 2014

Visceral Osteopathy Course 4: Integration

CME Event

This course will broaden the visceral approach and integrate everything into one concept - the three large visceral chains in the body and the connections to the limbs. Based on this system, detection of approx. 20 main points in the body for regional listening will be identified and practical applications practiced. Participants will:

  • Test and inhibit the listening, which can be found associated with the 3 visceral chains and 20 main points
  • Skull: Train 4 layers of listening, with different information about the involved systems.
  • Cervical fascia: tested and treated in three different layers too.
  • Upper & Lower Limbs: Detect the fascial chains in the wrist, forearm, elbow and upper arm and follow the connection into the thoracic area. Do the same with the lower limbs.
  • Perform inhibition procedure to determine which listening dominates all the others and which is the main strain in the body
  • Work with the general ideas of Rollin Becker D.O. as a treatment procedure to the shoulder and modify it for general visceral treatment.
Course Schedule

9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.


Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine is accredited by the American Osteopathic Association as an AOA Category 1 accredited CME sponsor. This program anticipates being approved for up to 16.5 AOA Category 1-A CME credits, pending approval by the AOA Council on Continuing Medical Education.


The Ohio University Inn & Conference Center
331 Richland Ave, Athens

For additional info, contact Becky Martin, CORE Osteopathic Principles & Practices Coordinator 614.544.1681


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