Embryo Osteopathy with Patrick Jouhaud MD, DO

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Embryo Osteopathy with Patrick Jouhaud MD, DO

Note: 2 modules of 2,5 days. The last day of every module will end 12:30

Module 1:

GOALS

Understand how forms are constructed between the moment of fertilisation and the moment of implantation. Study metabolic fields using embryological knowledge (research of Dr E. Bleschmidt, B. Freeman, V. Fleury) Perfect the osteopath’s diagnosis and therapeutic touch, as well as his or her ability to stabilize a “neutral state”. Explore the mechanisms of intuition

INTRODUCTION

Ø Framework for the training course
Ø The contract: liquid touch / tissue touch

CHAPTER I: The birth of the embryo

Ø Polarity as a creator of form and movement

Ø Exploration of metabolic fields

CHAPTER II: The therapist’s neutral

CHAPTER III: Formation of the spine

Ø The somite: functional unit of the spine

Ø Clinical application and spinal treatment

Ø The notochord

Ø Clinical application in posturology

CHAPTER IV: The basics of embryo-osteopathy

Ø The liquid touch
Ø Dynamic embryology

CHAPTER V: Diagnosis

Ø Clinical application of liquid touch for a new approach to diagnosis Ø Body schema approach

CHAPTER VI: Thoracic limb formation

Ø Functional design
Ø Clinical applications: shoulder, elbow and hand pathologies.

CHAPTER VII: Analog applications

Ø Temporals and visceral synchronization Ø Breathing
Ø Air sinuses

CHAPTER VIII: The patient’s neutral

Ø Connective factors
Ø Application air/water/air
Ø Clinical applications: whiplashes

CHAPTER IX: Protoplasmic respiration

Ø The moment Ø References

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CHAPTER X: The neural tube – Applications to neurology

Ø Neural crests
Ø The brain and corpus callosum
Ø The meninges
Ø Nociception – clinical applications = scars
Ø Fractal wounds
Ø The autonomous nervous system – clinical applications = NC X

CHAPTER XI: Circulating flows – visceral clinical applications

Ø Formation of the heart and vessels Ø Vascular flows
Ø Fluid compartments
Ø The liver

CHAPTER XII: Formation of the facial skull – clinical applications in pædiatrics, posturology, and all sensory-motor disorders.

Ø Aerodigestive junction

Ø Inter-orbicular ligament

Ø Nasal-septal ligament

Ø The jawbones

Ø The zygomas
Ø Meckel’s cartilage

CHAPTER XIII: Summary

Ø Therapeutic protoplasmic respiration

Module 2:

GOALS

Define protoplasmic rhythm at the crossroads of all the rhythms of the living body, and intention as the consequence of attention.
Explore empathic concern as a tool for osteopathic touch in its function as a link between carer and cared-for. The thermodynamics of life, fractal wounds, body schema and the proprioception approach are studied in order to understand the notions of chaos physics, either in connection with a pathological state (injury, illness), or in connection with the physiology of protoplasmic movement (health). Entropy balance.Managing the observer’s role as a healthcare practitioner.

INTRODUCTION

Ø Framework for the training course
Ø Revisions and questions concerning the DVOembryo course

CHAPTER I: Choosing life

Ø Intention: the embryo’s functional design

Ø Attention
Ø Protoplasmic respiration
Ø Clinical applications

CHAPTER II: Managing disruptive emotions

Ø Clinical application and self-management of stress

Ø Clinical application of the core-link

CHAPTER III: Body schema and proprioceptive memories

Ø Theory

Ø Clinical application: the median line

Ø Clinical application: proprioception

CHAPTER IV: The neutral (II)

Ø Learning how to meditate in the moment

Ø How to find your place as an observer

CHAPTER V: Understanding the laws of physics

Ø Gravitational physics

Ø  Quantum physics

Ø  The laws of chaos and functional entropy: clinical application of C0-C1 sensory-motor tuning / eye / mouth

Ø  Intuition

CHAPTER VI: Therapeutic proposals

Ø Oral health: alar ligament and swallowing
Ø TMJ and oral field
Ø Fractal wounds (II): treatment stages
Ø Postural solutions (II): carotid flow / vestibular pathways / pelvic limbs Ø Fontanels

Ø Placenta

CHAPTER VII: Neurological solutions

Ø Observing the brain of new-borns: GMs
Ø Observing the brain in consciousness: adverse childhood experiences.

Ø Therapeutic proposals

CHAPTER VIII: Conclusion

Ø Perceptions of reality in the living world Ø Breaking down one’s barriers

I am Patrick JOUHAUD, MD – DO

As an osteopathic physician, I have a university and scientific background. Grateful and loyal, I have deep respect for those who trained me, both in Medicine and Osteopathy.
Life’s lessons and the studies that accompany them mean that we must always question what we have learned, experiment with it and confront it with the realities of our world.

When Osteopathy became part of my career path, it opened up my mind to dimensions and reasoning other than those of “determinism” and “equations”. In addition to the physical, chemical and biological sciences, the humanities add a psychological and spiritual dimension to Medicine. Learning to “feel”, and the subtleties of the information transmitted by manual listening, led me to discover that life cannot be explained by causality or finality.

My experiences as a doctor have brought me into contact with both death and birth, illness and healing, hope and despair. As such, I have learned to consider the whole being, prior to symptoms and dysfunctions, or skills.
Today, I can practise and teach Osteopathy with the rigour I have acquired. While I have the utmost respect for the founding masters of Osteopathy, with whom I have become acquainted through their writings, as well as those with whom I have come into contact through their teachings, I consider my research, teaching and publications to be part of the work carried out by researchers using extremely powerful observation methods that did not exist until very recently. In this respect, embryology has been revolutionised today by observers of the first moments of existence, with anatomy taking on a fine, subtle dimension thanks to optical lenses and sophisticated cameras. The work conducted by physicists in the 21st century extends the knowledge discovered by those of the 20th century; quantum physics has become indisputable, replacing gravitational physics as the basis for understanding reality. Thanks to this, we know that matter only exists because it is preceded by its vibration, and that it is created by consciousness. In addition, a number of scientific publications have shown that water is the essential constituent of living organisms, and that its physical and chemical properties, as well as its ability to exist in different states, make it a sensor and transmitter of information.

These scientists have legitimised my research and my observations as a practitioner.
Finally, I ask all my students and readers to compare what I have to say with their own experience, and to align themselves with the words of the poet Matsuo Bashô (Master of Haiku): “Do not seek to follow in the footsteps of the wise. Seek what they sought.”

The teaching I organize is a perfect illustration.

Embryo Osteopathy with Patrick Jouhaud MD, DO
Per module
€ 725.00

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5 Sep until 7 Sep 09:00 - 17:30
6 Feb 2025 until 8 Feb 2025 09:00 - 17:30

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