The Stillness, The Seams, and Segmentation – Elizabeth Caron D.O.

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The Stillness, The Seams, and Segmentation – Elizabeth Caron D.O.

This course will explore the relationship between the embryologic basis of segmentation, its relationship to stillness, and how seams are formed. Defining embryologic fields, their significance, and how each segment reflects viscerosomatic relationships and beyond. Redefining what an Osteopathic segment is, vertebral, visceral, sympathetic, as well as stepping into the stillness in the seams and how the embryologic and therapeutic forces emerge from them. Laboratory practicals and clinical cases will be used to demonstrate the clinical relevance and the use of these principles.

Detailed slides will demonstrate the embryologic origins of segmentation and define how the seams are formed.

There will be an optional barbeque on the second day of the course.

Delicious food will be provided and participants food preference will be taken into account in the menu preparation.

Max capacity 18 students.

Recommended prerequisites: Phases I-III.

Course Fee: $650.00. Residency and student rates available, please inquire.

CME: Anticipated NMM/OMM 1A specialty AOA CME credits 18 credits anticipated.