The osteopathic approach to treating infants with tongue tie

Aeroparc Gilze-Rijen
Coffee / tea, lunch & syllabus
Didde Thorsted DO

€ 250.00



23 Mar 2019 until 23 Mar 2019
09:00 - 16:30


Self-study not necessary


Accreditation NRO
7 hours / 7 points
Accreditation NOF
7 hours / 7 points
Accreditation GNRPO
7 hours / 7 points

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What is tongue-tie (Ankyloglossia)? How do we test and diagnose it? What are the symptoms? What do we treat pre & post frenotomy ? What do we treat if the infant does not undergo a frenotomy? Why do we see more tongue tied infants ? Is it because we are better at diagnosing them or maybe over diagnosing ?

The courses will focus on the treatment of infants, but the approach is applicable to the treatment of older children and adults. 




Prevalence, Genetic disposition and Folic acid





Test  – theory and practice



Workshops – with cases


About Didde Thorsted

Didde is an authorized Physiotherapist, Osteopat DO. M.R.O.DK & DPO, she also holds a degree in natural medicine – Heilpraktiker.

Didde is a co-owner of Qklinik, an osteopathic clinic in the heart of Copenhagen, that specialises in treatment of women and children. She has worked in the pediatric field for more than 20 years, and the past 8 years exclusively with 0-12 year olds, with a majority of clients under one year of age.  She has participated in considerable amount of pediatric courses locally and abroad, along with craniosacral therapy at The Upledger Institute and visceral treatment at The Barral Institute, with primary focus on pediatric treatment.

Didde is the founder of The Danish Society of Pediatric Osteopathy (DSPO), and is a well recognised lecturer in Denmark and internationally on issues relating to osteopathic pediatric treatment.  As well as being the proud mother of four wonderful children.


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