Osteopathy in Men’s Health 2025

Aeroparc Gilze-Rijen Koffie/thee, lunch & syllabus Engels

A program in association with Nathalie Camirand DO | Camirand Muzzi Institute, Canada

Man’s physical and mental health issues are on the rise. Infertility rates have increased more among men than women, and issues such as uroprostatic problems, sexual dysfunction, and andropause are becoming more pronounced. Additionally, men are increasingly consulting doctors for chronic pelvic pain. As a result, many osteopaths encounter these challenging and sometimes debilitating disorders in their daily practice.

Historically, men were less inclined to discuss their health problems and more reluctant to seek care. However, we are now witnessing a paradigm shift, with greater openness in the general population and improved access to specialized care. It is crucial for the osteopathic community to be well-informed about the causes of these issues and the concrete solutions available.

Male health issues vary significantly with age, presenting unique challenges for the general osteopath. To effectively prevent or treat specific pathologies and symptoms, osteopaths must deeply understand the physiological, mechanical, and neuro-hormonal changes that occur throughout a man’s life. Unfortunately, advanced courses addressing man’s health problems are rare, and interdisciplinary links are often overlooked.

We believe that man’s health requires targeted and specific osteopathic care. This specialized field demands an ethical framework taught by experienced professionals to ensure best practices and avoid errors due to insufficient knowledge. Our program is designed to equip osteopaths with the expertise needed to deliver high-quality care.

Participants in our program will benefit from the guidance of specialist physicians, including urologists, dermatologists, andrologists, venereologists, and psychiatrists, all of whom are integral to our multidisciplinary team. Additionally, a naturopath specializing in man’s hormonal health will contribute to a comprehensive understanding of man’s health issues.

Panta Rhei has taken up the challenge of offering osteopaths this specialized Man’s Health program, developed by N. Camirand D.O., to promote more specific care adapted to the needs of this population. Through the Man’s Health program, osteopaths can offer specialized care for hormonal issues, uroprostatic problems, fertility, erectile dysfunction, and chronic pelvic pain.

In summary, our man’s health program aims for an integrative approach that combines the knowledge of different medical disciplines to provide personalized, specialized care solutions for each patient. We are confident that our team of medical, natural health, and osteopathic experts is perfectly equipped to provide superior care and address the health needs of males of all ages. Proper management of these issues is of great interest and increasingly in demand among practitioners.

This program offers osteopaths the opportunity to develop high-level expertise in this field and obtain a specialty diploma certifying their qualifications. We look forward to your participation and commitment to advancing man’s health.

Description

The training will consist of 3 modules spread over one year, with one seminar every 4 months.

Medical education over 6 hours with 5 different medical and para medical specialists (naturopath, urologist, psychiatrist, dermatologist, andrologist):

e-learning, lessons are recorded in advance and made available to students on the platform for the duration of the program or live lessons

Face-to-face courses over three seminars of 3 days: offered with osteopathic experts.


Module 1:  Abdominal brain / Gonadal and prostate axis with Nathalie Camirand D.O.

Specialist Naturopath | 2 hours (Online)

  • Testosterone
  • Production of testosterone : physiology
  • Testosterone production curve over the course of a lifetime
  • Low testostérone
    • Symptoms : To recognize
    • Signs : How to mesure
  • Treatment of testosterone deficiency
  • The different forms of therapy
  • Benefits of testosterone therapy
  • Common questions about testosterone therapy
  • Benign prostatic hyperplasia. How to prevent it. Natural treatment
  • Prostate cancer and testosterone therapy
  • Heart and cardiovascular disease
  • Longevity

Osteopath expert | Nathalie Camirand D.O. (3 days @Panta Rhei Opleidingen, Netherlands)

  • Diseases specific to man’s Health. How can we help.
  • Microbiota, intestinal porosity syndrome, oxidative stress. Impact on HPG axis, fertility, bladder and prostate health. Theory and practice
  • Overview of the approach and links with chronic pelvic perineal pain ( CPPP) and digestive pain.
  • Immune system in man different then woman
  • Diabetes: Symptoms and approach
  • Andropause. Symptoms and approach HPT axis. Approach.  Techniques on arteries and nervous plexus
  • Post-vasectomy syndrome. Epididymitis. Approach. How to address and treat
  • Brain areas vs Chronic pelvic pain and anxiety
  • Gut-Bain-testicular axis integration work

Module 2 :  Uroprostatic with Michael Biberschick D.O. 

Specialist Urologist | 1 hour (Online)

  • Medical approach to BPH
  • Acute urinary and prostatic infections
  • Urinary tract infection and chronic prostatitis
  • Prostate cancer
  • Clinical indications for osteo referral
  • Prostatectomy
  • Video surgery if possible

Specialist Dermatologist | 45 minutes (online)

  • Sensitization
  • Dermatological lesions

Specialist Andrologist | 45 minutes (online)

  • Medical approach to fertility disorders
  • Sexual disorders
  • Andropause

Osteopath expert: Michael Biberschick D.O. (3 days @Panta Rhei Opleidingen, Netherlands)

  • Fertility disorders
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Ejaculatory dysfunction: localization and differential diagnosis vs post-ejaculatory dysfunction.
  • Benign prostatic hyperplasia
  • Cancer (approach) and post-op approach
  • Varicocele, hydrocele, testicular torsion
  • Cremasteric disorders
  • Internal and external approach to prostate and coccyx
  • Urinary / rectal / fecal incontinence
  • Communication – how to talk about intimate problems such as sexual dysfunction? 

Module 3: Chronic pelvic pain with Kim Yon de Montebello D.O., PhD

Specialist Psychiatrist | 1 hour (online)

  • Psychology and physiology of chronic pelvic pain. CPP

Osteopathic expert | Kim Yon de Montebello D.O., PhD (3 days @Panta Rhei Opleidingen, Netherlands)

She presents her clinical  experience, working as an osteopath in a hospital in the urologic department with a medical team as well as the results of her research on the subject as a PhD.

  • Chronic prostatitis,
  • Chronic pelvic-perineal pain (PPPC)
  • What is CPPD?
  • What causes CPPD?
  • Who refers CPPD patients to us?
  • How do we interpret letters and images?
  • Current treatment of CPPD in hospital
  • CPPD of musculoskeletal origin. Anatomy
  • Osteopathic treatment techniques
  • Trigger points
  • Thoracolumbar dysfunction (Maigne syndrome). Review
  • Advice on stretching
  • Case studies
  • Prostate pain
  • Prostate pathologies
  • Medical treatments
  • Osteopathic treatment techniques
  • Case studies
  • Bladder pain
  • Bladder pathologies
  • Medical treatments
  • Osteopathic treatment
  • Case study

Nathalie Camirand teaches postgraduate courses in Gynaecology, Urology and glandular and nervous dysfunction for the last twenty years. She is the author of the book : “Dysfontions glandulaires et nerveuses; diagnostics et traitements ostéopathiques” published by Maloine, Paris, in 2009. She also wrote a book on Anxiety and Depression; The Brain-Gut-Pelvis Axis and The osteopathic approach.

She has taught at the CEO since 1993, and also teaches postgraduate seminars in more then 15 different countries: in South America and Europe: Italy (IOC), France (SOORF; UFOF), Germany (DOK; OSD), Spain (IASO), Portugal, England, Switzerlandand, a Master program  at WSO certified by the  University of Vienna. She is the coordinator  of a specialized university program post Master degree in Uro-Gynecology- Obstetric at the University Pompeu Fabra (30 credits) in association with International Institute of Advanced Studies in Osteopathy in Barcelona.

Her courses are highly appreciated for the great clinical expertise she shares, the therapeutic tools she provides after having developed this areas of expertise for over 25 years.

Yun KIM-de Montebello graduated from the Institut Supérieur d’Osteopathy de Paris. She also holds a Master II from the University of Paris Cité and is a doctoral student in the laboratory of Clinical Psychology, Psychopathology and Psychoanalysis under the direction of Professor Maurice Corcos in the field of ‘Cognitions, Behaviors and Human Conduct’. works in research and as a clinician on the osteopathic treatment of Chronic Pelvic-Perineal Pain (CPPD) in collaboration with Professor François DESGRANDCHAMPS in the urology department of St. Louis hospital in Paris. In 2017, she published “The osteopathy notebook for chronic perineal pain” published by FRISON-ROCHE.

Osteopathy in Men’s Health 2025
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Abdominal brain / Gonadal and prostate axis
6 mrt 2025 t/m 8 mrt 2025 09:00 - 17:00
Uro-prostatique
5 jun 2025 t/m 7 jun 2025 09:00 - 17:00
Chronic pelvic pain
30 okt 2025 t/m 1 nov 2025 09:00 - 17:00

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