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Upcoming Courses & Events

September 21-22, 2019
Markham, ON

Course is being held at the Kosim Group Company Inc. located at 55 Valleywood Drive, Unit 1, Markham, ON.

The Trigenics® RTP Mid-Body and Spine (Module III) course allows participants to pinpoint the specific causes of musculoskeletal dysfunction and pain using the unique Trigenics® Functional Muscle Neurokinetic Assessment system which includes novel muscle specific length testing protocols developed by founder Dr. Allan Austin-Oolo.

Once the assessment has been made and mapped out using the Trigenics® Neurokinetic Muscle Map, practitioners learn how to rapidly correct dysfunctions and provide instant pain relief with application of the patented Trigenics® multimodal muscle reprogramming treatment protocols.

A thorough overview of Trigenics® theory practice management and functional anatomy of the mid-body is covered.

Participants will learn common Trigenics® protocols to achieve instant results for many common conditions of the spine and mid-body.

For more information and to register, please visit http://trigenics.com/trigenics/coursesright.html.

Dear Practitioner,

I am a thesis writer with the Collège d’Études Ostéopathiques investigating osteopathic perceptions of treating children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). If you have treated one or more children with ASD, your experience can help further the understanding of osteopathic care for this population. Please support this research by completing the following 10-minute survey:

Survey – Osteopathy and ASD
Thank you for your participation!

Amy Hicks
Osteopathic Student

August 10-14, 2020
Humber College
Toronto, Ontario

Develop a comprehensive, three-dimensional understanding of the human body through five days of full-body dissection using a soft-embalmed cadaver! This unique opportunity to practice clinical palpation techniques on cadavers, that look and feel like a living patient, will improve your therapeutic outcomes. Fully embalmed cadavers have rigid limbs and joints, clinically different from the living human body.

Our instructors ensure feasible, efficient, and safe dissections, while you investigate your own clinical interests. Increase your knowledge of the peripheral nervous system. Understand the three-dimensional organization of fascial planes and complex anatomical relationships.

This course is open to qualified health practitioners. For more information, and to register, please visit www.iDissect.ca.

Presented by:

Samuel Lo R.Ac, R.TCMP, DOMP, RMT
Co-Director, Administrator, Course Logistics, Teacher, Neuro-Integrative Acupuncture

Poney Chiang Ph.D, .R.TCMP, R.Ac
Co-Director, Teacher, Neuro-Integrative Acupuncture

Dr. Christopher Gordon, B.Sc (Hon Kin), D.C.
Teacher, Neuro-Integrative Acupuncture

November 10, 2019
Markham, Ontario

Mobilization of the Cranial Nerves

November 10, 2019

Location: Apple Creek Sports Medicine Centre – Markham, Ontario

Presented by Anne Hartley, BPHE, CAT(C), DOMP, DScO

This course is open to Osteopathic Manual Practitioners mainly but physiotherapists and athletic therapists with advanced cranial skills are welcome.

A dynamic hands-on manual course designed for osteopaths and osteopathic practitioners who want to learn the mobilization of the cranial nerves for conditions including: Bell’s Palsy, Burning Mouth Syndrome, Trigeminal Neuritis, Tinnitis, Oculomotor or Abducens Neural Dysfunctions.

Nerves must be free and mobile to function properly. Injuries, surgeries, infections and dental work can affect the mobility of the cranial nerves and result in neural pathology. Adhesions, foramen restrictions, cranial pathology must be addressed to mobilize the nerves.

CEUs – OAO 7

Sunday, November 10, 2019:
• 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. Registration
• 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Review of the Cranial Nerves and their Pathways
• 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. History Taking for the Cranial Nerves
• 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. Lunch
• 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Cranial Treatment and Cranial Nerve Mobilization
• 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Case Studies

Course Objectives – The participant will be able to:
1. Learn manual techniques for treatment of the pathology of the cranial nerves.
2. Assess for the dysfunction of the cranial nerves.
3. Advance their knowledge of the anatomy of the cranial nerves and their pathways.
4. Practice manual techniques to regain the mobility of the cranial nerves, loosen membranous tensions and increase fluid mobility.

To register for this 1-day course or for further information, please contact Kirsty McKenzie by email at kirstymckenzie@annehartleyagency.com or call (289) 259-4220.

Preferred registration payment by e-transfer to:
annehartley@annehartleyagency.com or
by cheque: Anne Hartley Agency, 367 Markland Drive, Etobicoke, Ontario M9C 1S1
Tuition is refundable up until 30 days prior to the class. A processing fee applies for cancellation.

Sponsored by: GoodLife Fitness; GOrendevous – Online Scheduling Platform

Various Dates and Locations
For more information and to register: Please click here.