ABDOMINAL VISCERAL ONLINE COURSE – via zoom meeting

ABDOMINAL VISCERAL ONLINE COURSE - via zoom meeting
When
25 Oct 2020 - 07 Nov 2020    
8:00 am - 11:00 am
Bookings
Bookings closed
Lecturer
Steven Goldstein
Short Description
CPD Points
9 Continuing Education Units applied for

Important Information

ABDOMINAL VISCERAL ONLINE COURSE – via zoom meeting; A Live stream course

with Steven Goldstein

Live stream time; Sunday 25th, Saturday 31st Oct and Saturday 7th Nov from 8am -11am South African time – please check your own local times.

Abdomino-Visceral Manipulation Online Course Description

Join Steven Goldstein as he unpacks JP Barral, Carolyn Stone, and other osteopathic authors’ presentation of visceral manipulation.

Included in this three module online series is the basic and fundamental concepts of body cavity dynamics, tensegrity, fluid dynamics, visceral anatomy and topography, visceral motion; mobility and motility testing, listening technique, visceral articulations, the influence of facet joint orientation.

Treatments will demonstrate direct visceral fascial technique: indirect techniques including functional technique, induction, rebound and recoil techniques.

Still photos of many visceral assessments and techniques, video of J.P. Barral instruction, listening technique video, anatomical videos of the abdominal cavity, intra and retro perontineal organs.

Individual organs presented include the liver, gallbladder, stomach and esophagus, small intestine, large intestine/colon, the thoracic cavity and the kidneys.

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Course material

ABDOMINAL VISCERAL ONLINE COURSE – via zoom meeting

Abdomino-Visceral Manipulation Online Course Description

Join Steven Goldstein as he unpacks JP Barral, Carolyn Stone, and other osteopathic authors’ presentation of visceral manipulation.

Included in this three module online series is the basic and fundamental concepts of body cavity dynamics, tensegrity, fluid dynamics, visceral anatomy and topography, visceral motion; mobility and motility testing, listening technique, visceral articulations, the influence of facet joint orientation.

Treatments will demonstrate direct visceral fascial technique: indirect techniques including functional technique, induction, rebound and recoil techniques.

Still photos of many visceral assessments and techniques, video of J.P. Barral instruction, listening technique video, anatomical videos of the abdominal cavity, intra and retro perontineal organs.

Individual organs presented include the liver, gallbladder, stomach and esophagus, small intestine, large intestine/colon, the thoracic cavity and the kidneys.

Module 1  (3 hours)

Part 1              Fundamental of Visceral Manipulation

Examines the fundamentals of visceral manipulation, visceral rhythms, visceral anatomy including intra and retro peritoneal organs, fluid dynamics, visceral articulations and attachments, motility versus mobility of the individual organs. Includes video instruction from the Noted Anatomist.

Part 2             Visceral Evaluation and Listening Techniques  

Visceral evaluation, listening tests, superficial abdominal palpation and visceral techniques.

 

Module 2 (3 hours)

Part 3              Direct Visceral Techniques  

Visceral techniques presented include direct visceral fascial, direct recoil, indirect functional technique, and induction techniques.

Part 4              Treatment of Individual Organs  

4.1       Liver and Bilary System

including anatomy, attachments, physiologic motion, motility, indications for evaluation, pathologies, listening tests and indirect technique.

4.2       Gallbladder

including anatomy, palpation, location, Murphy’s sign, testing and treatment.

4.3       Esophagus and Stomach

Stomach and esophagus: anatomy, relationships, topographic anatomy, visceral articulations, physiologic motion, direct frontal techniques: gastroesophageal junction, techniques for greater omentum.

 

Module  3 (3 hours)

4.4       Small Intestine

Anatomy specific for the duodenum; ascending, horizontal and descending colons, testing sequence for duodenum motility, duodenojejunal junction, root of the mesentery techniques

4.5       Colon/Large Intestine

Anatomy of the colon, Todd’s fascia, topography of the colon, flextures of the colon, phrencolic ligament,  motility of the large intestine and techniques for the large intestine; including the cecum, ascending colon, hepatic flexture, splenic flexture, and sigmoid colon,

4.6       Thoracic Cavity

4.7       Kidneys

 

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Course Times

8am -11am South African time – please check your own local time

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