This training is a great opportunity that is offered by Panta Rhei. In a single unit of three seminars spread over 18 months, the fundamental teachings on the manipulations of the nervous system are gathered in a coherent way. They are intended to allow osteopaths to acquire theoretical knowledge relating to the different facets of this type of manipulation and the practical know-how necessary for their implementation.
The nervous system is subject to sometimes colossal forces to which it must constantly adapt. Contrary to popular belief that it is well sheltered from mechanical stresses, it is the seat of many tensions that it can withstand thanks to its structural organization and its singular tissue properties.
It is a major element of human mechanics and a fundamental player in joint dynamics. Every osteopath should know its scope. It is enough that the quality of neural or perineural tissues is compromised somewhere for the entire balance of this system to be destabilized and symptoms to appear.
The techniques presented are those that have been exposed and developed in the various books co-written by Jean-Pierre BARRAL and Alain CROIBIER. It is anatomy, dissections and especially clinical experience that have been the basis. These manual techniques are an excellent response to the growing demand for efficiency in daily practice.
Objectives and Means
The following points will be developed, among others:
The peripheral nerves conduct all nerve impulses, whatever their nature. They have their own mechanics and their own lesions,
They can be affected in their microvascularization, in their micro-innervation or in their constituent connective tissues. This is called intra-neural fixation. They can also be affected by all the tissues around them, fascia, tendon muscles, bones. In this case, we speak of extra-neural fixation.
The main objectives of this part of the course will be to become familiar with:
Palpation, testing and manipulation will focus mainly on key areas where, frequently, the nerves suffer mechanically. Most often these are areas related to symptoms that are encountered daily in practice:
We will see neural listening and processing of the following:
The goal of this part of the course is to learn to address the content rather than the cranial container, through precise manipulations targeted at the neurological elements. We will see the manipulation of cranial nerves, where they are accessible.
In this way, it is possible to perform a fine balancing of disorders deeply affecting the craniosacral system. Much of our effects are on the many mechanoreceptors and nociceptors that participate, among other things, in the sensitivity of the brain scythe, the tentorium of the cerebellum, the dura mater and the cranial sutures.
Palpation, tests and manipulations will focus on the cranial nerves that have the most impact in the clinic. For each nerve will be considered a brief anatomical reminder, the symptoms that give the fixation and the interests of manipulating this nerve. Depending on the time available, manipulations of other nerves will be performed.
We will see more particularly the following nerves, with their various anastomoses:
Neural manipulations provide new perspectives on certain neurological conditions and on the management of pathologies of the musculoskeletal system and pain of the musculoskeletal system.
Module 1 + 2 geaccrediteerd NRO (Module 3 nog in aanvraag) / NOF in aanvraag