Biodynamics of Osteopathy, Phase III – Donald Hankinson D.O.
Type of Course
Scheduled offerings are subject to change or cancellation based on enrollment. Faculty reserve the right to deny course enrollment to any individual.
CME: Approved for 22 hours of Category 1A CME credits.
Course is full waiting list only.
Directions and Hotel Information for Dr. Hankinson’s Course Offerings
Course Location: University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine, Biddeford, Maine
Directions: You will find driving directions, area maps, and campus maps at une.edu/com/cme/events.asp under the “About UNE tab. Select “Location & Directions”
Accommodations in the Kennebunk / Biddeford / Saco Area: UNE Hotel Information (DOC)
(Please make your room reservation well in advance of the course.)
Phase I - An introduction to a biodynamic model of O.C.F. motion present, BMT and balanced fluid tension.
Phase II - An in-depth perception of fluid dynamics at 2-3CPM. Rates. CV4-EV4 techniques. Automatic shifting
Phase III - Dural development up to full adult. Intramembranous shearing. Work with the long tide. The anterior dural girdle and its clinical significance. Tempo and humility.
Phase IV - The midline as a therapeutic force. The reciprocal tension of the potency. The ignition.
Phase V - The embryological development of the face. Evaluation and treatment of the face and cranium through embryological fluid segments.
Phase VI - Treatment of the extremities using Sutherland’s power points. (Dr. Ruby Day’s explanation of W.G. Sutherland’s use of potency inside bones.)
Phase VII - Finding the Health. Feeling the physical presence and substance of the perfect form.
Phase VIII - The Void, Love and Healing, Wholeness as a living reality.
Phase IX - This course embraces precision and decision making in severe CNS trauma. It also explores using principles rather than a specific method. This course requires that individuals have completed Phases I-VIII and have been in practice for a minimum of 10 years.