This practical course is a truly unique opportunity for any osteopath seeking to understand the breadth and depth of the role of the lymphatic system in the physiology of health and disease.
It is founded on three decades’ worth of Dr Hugh Ettlinger’s clinical experience of applying osteopathic principals to critically ill patients in a hospital setting.
Recent research has revealed the critical role of inflammation and the interstitium in virtually all disease processes and helps us understand the wide ranging success of the early osteopaths.
We are truly honoured to welcome Dr Ettlinger to the UK and look forward to an exciting and important course.
|Eligibility:||Module 2 + 2 Pathway courses|
|Price:||£390 (non-res) £490 (res)|
Dr. Hugh Ettlinger
Dr Hugh Ettlinger graduated from the New York college of Osteopathic Medicine in 1987 and studied as a postgraduate, for over two decades, with Dr W. G. Sutherland’s student, Dr Anne Wales DO.
He is a fellow of the American Academy of Osteopathy, Vice president of the SCTF, and an Associate Professor at the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine, Old Westbury, NY.
Dr. Ettlinger has authored the chapters on the lymphatic system and Osteopathic Treatment of the Acutely Ill Hospitalized patient in the most recent Foundations of Osteopathic Medicine.
He practices in St Barnabas hospital in the Bronx , New York, specializing in Osteopathic Manipulative medicine, where he provides osteopathic care to patients of all ages and backgrounds from infancy to old age with a wide variety of clinical conditions.
He directs a postgraduate residency programme at the hospital, where he is a much-appreciated mentor, supporting young osteopathic physicians in the application of osteopathic medicine.
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