Brain Advanced Cranial Meninges met Bruno Chikly

Aeroparc Gilze-Rijen
Coffee / tea, lunch & syllabus
English
Bruno Chikly MD, DO and PhD

€ 695,00

Totaal

Cursus

10 Sep until 12 Sep
09:00 - 17:30

Accreditation

Accreditation NRO
21 hours / 21 points
#397853
Requested NOF
Requested GNRPO

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Description

It can be a challenging endeavor to work on every fiber of the intracranial meninges and synchronize with each specific direction in 3-D.
This class use 25 labs to help you palpate and release numerous meninges of the cranium and spinal cord.
Precision working on the cranial meninges is extremely important. The change of tension inside the cranium modifies the tension in the thorax, pelvis and abdomen and ultimately influences the whole-body system.
Release of the intracranial meninges is usually an essential and very powerful application for conditions such as motor vehicle accidents, concussion, strokes, chronic meningitis, nervous system surgeries, chronic headaches as well as for children with cerebral palsy, on the autistic spectrum, etc.
Beryl E. Arbuckle, DO, FACOP, one of the first teachers in the faculty of WG Sutherland, developed a technique that was unfortunately lost to the osteopathic world. She described specific concepts of dural “stress bands” and reinforcement of the cranial bones (“buttresses”) that could indicate problems with the central nervous system. She made available beautiful maps of the dural network based on numerous precise dissections of the nervous system.
In this course we will use a curved biotensegrity model to release the intracranial meninges.
This model has been effectively applied for many years from newborns to the elderly people, as well as domesticated animals.

We will work on structures such as:
· Falx Cerebri
· Falx Cerebelli
· Tentorium
· Parieto-Temporal Lines
· Vertical Epicanthal Lines
· Occipital Paramedial Lines
· Frontal Eminences
· Parietal Eminences
· Mastoid Processes
· Anterior and Posterior Dural Girdle
· Asterion, Pterion, Foramen Magnum, Metopic area, etc.

These techniques will also help release the flow of intracerebral sinuses including sagittal sinuses, straight sinuses, vein of Galen, vein of Rosendal, etc.

In this class we may also explore lesions of the pelvis, sacrum and pubic area to help release long term body compensations.

Videos: Working with the Dural Membranes using Curved Biotensegrity – Cerebellar Peduncles. Dr Chikly, MD, DO.

 

 

LEARNER’S OBJECTIVES 

– By the end of the course participants will be able to correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of the Fronto-Parietal meninges supine

– By the end of the course participants will be able to correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of the Tentorium Cerebelli supine

– By the end of the course participants will be able to correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of the Falx Cerebri supine

– By the end of the course participants will be able to correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of the Parieto-Temporal meninges supine

– By the end of the course participants will be able to correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of the Frontal/Temporal meninges supine

– By the end of the course participants will be able to correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of the meninges related to the Pterion – Asterion supine

– By the end of the course participants will be able to correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of the Dural Girdles supine

– By the end of the course participants will be able to correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of the meninges related to the Petrous Ridge supine

– By the end of the course participants will be able to correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of the Falx Cerebelli prone

– By the end of the course participants will be able to correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of the meninges related to the Foramen Magnum prone

– By the end of the course, given a patient with dysfunction, based on the biotensegrity model, the participant will correctly determine from all possibilities the location of the dominant intracranial membrane in dysfunction.

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