Woman holding her pregnancy bump

Dieses erste Wochenende befasst sich damit, welche Beziehung die Osteopathie zum Gebiet der Geburtshilfe hat.

Mit der Empfängnis und Schwangerschaft beginnt eine intime Beziehung zwischen Mutter und Kind. Jegliche Art von Einflüssen auf diese Vorgänge, ob direkt oder über die Mutter, verändern die Kapazitäten und das Schicksal des Kindes. Osteopathen müssen diese Einflüsse und Beziehungen verstehen. Auch die Themen Absicherung und Einverständnis müssen verstanden und ausgeführt werden, sodass die Kinder, die sich in unserer Obhut befinden, geschützt sind.

Es wird davon ausgegangen, dass Du in Deiner eigenen Praxis bereits mit Kindern arbeitest. A current DBS certificate and Safeguarding of Children level 2 or above (or equivalent from the country in which you reside and practice) is required; a copy of which should be supplied to our office.

Teilnahme: Modul 9
Ort: Hawkwood, STROUD
Dauer: 2 Tage
CPD: 16 Std
Frequenz: Alle 2 Jahre
Kursleiter: Hilary Percival & Mark Wilson

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What our students say about P1: Obstetrics

“Claudia Knox gave me the lecture I had always wanted and hoped for on pregnancy. Her outstanding knowledge on the mechanical arrangements of the different organs, the lifestyle pregnant ladies lead and the physiological adaptation in a woman’s life were incredibly valuable insights. Claudia’s delivery was impeccable and I feel I got a much clearer idea on how to assist pregnant ladies. I think what was particularly valuable about this lecturer was her experience as a midwife of witnessing so many deliveries and being able to combine this with her osteopathic knowledge and skills.”

“Excellent weekend which surpassed my expectations.”

“Meeting everyone on the course and great tutors Safeguarding children was an eye opener. Thank you for including this. Fantastic having the perspective of a midwife/osteopath.”