Embryology, Neuroanatomy, and Physiology of Immune Function – Stephen Kisiel 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.
Continuing Studies in Traditional Osteopathy
This course will review the embryology, growth, development, function, and movement of the neural tube to the ventricular system. Explore the physiology of fever and the function of Lamina Terminalis in our immune response. We will cover the importance of recognizing the original Self, subsequent development of self/non-self, and the potential decompensation to autoimmune dysfunction; the core consciousness of the immune system – The Bird; various forms of Ignition; neuro-endocrine-immune-perceptual connection; fulcrum of our perception and perception as an immune function.
Suggested Prerequisites: Biodynamics of Osteopathy Phases I – IV.
CME: Approved for 20.25 OMM/NMM Specialty and Family Medicine and Category 1A AOA credits.
Maximum: 20 Participants