Elizabeth Caron D.O.
October 7-10, 2022
CME: Approved for 18.0 hours Category 1A CME credits and OMM/Specialty Credits.
Course Information: This course explores the relationship between anatomy, central stillness, the zones and the natural world. The types of potency inherent in Zones A-D will be discussed and labs will be done addressing the concept of reciprocal tension potency (RTP) and how that is used clinically. Specificity of the anatomical layers of the cranium, how they develop embryologically and a study of these layers will be done both in labs and via a night of biodynamic study group dissections slides. Consideration on how embryologic fluid fields develop and exploration of the anterior dural girdle with labs investigating the clinical implications will be done.
Lastly, the relationship between the 3rd ventricle, the perceptual axis and the immune function will be explored. The anatomical and functional aspect of the 3rd ventricle will be discussed with labs addressing the bird, rest and neutral.
There will be an optional afternoon of hiking in the Rogue Valley. The tempo of the course will allow time to enjoy the beautiful surrounding mountains and nature.