Bump to Birth
Paediatric Workshop 1 - formerly known as 'Obstetrics'
The journey from conception to birth holds many challenges for the mother and her developing child.
In this weekend, aided by our guest speaker, we explore this extraordinary journey by encompassing the perspectives of both mother and infant from an osteopathic viewpoint.
This fascinating program will help to enhance your knowledge of the changes that occur during pregnancy and birth, and some of the issues which might arise.
Consequences to both mother and child are considered, and how as osteopaths we can offer appropriate and effective support to our pre and post-natal patients and their infants.
Experienced tutors in 1:4 tutor groups are on hand to guide and inspire.
|Eligibility:||Completion of Module 9|
|Price:||£549 (non-res) £599 (res)|
|Frequency:||Every 2 years|
|Leader:||Hilary Percival & Mark Wilson|
Claudia has been an Osteopath for 14 years in England. Before that she worked as a midwife in Germany. Claudia has continued to develop as a therapist motivated by her passion to the see the health in the people she is looking after, flourish.
During her time as a midwife, she had in intense interest in acupuncture and homoeopathy.
To study osteopath was her step to offer holistic care to women around their pregnancies and deliveries.
Since qualifying she has been involved in undergraduate and postgraduate osteopathic training. She has been a clinic tutor in the ESO children’s and maternity clinic for 10 years.
She acquired a Master in Paediatric osteopathy with the University of Bedfordshire in collaboration with the Osteopathic Centre for Children, the Diploma in Women’s Health in Osteopathy with the Molinari Institute of Health and a Postgraduate Certificate in Academic and Clinical Education.
Claudia will also be a guest speaker for our short course, Supporting Fertility: Osteopathic Approaches.
Book Your Course
Forthcoming opportunities to take P1: Obstetrics
Prices in euros for UK courses and sterling for German and Spanish courses are approximate and for reference only.