Abdominal Motions

Abdominal Motions

Paediatric Workshop 6 (formerly: Gastrointestinal Tract & Kidneys)

Baby asleep in adult's arms

In order to survive and develop normally we must have efficient digestive and eliminatory systems, and reproduction is essential for the continuity of life itself.

In this interesting weekend aided by our guest speaker we look at the development and function of the gut, kidneys, and urinary systems as they progress towards maturity, and the delicate interplay involved in gaining continence.

We also cover the development of the reproductive system and areas of concern which might arise for our young patients.

The appropriate osteopathic management and treatment for paediatric patients is explored thoroughly guided by experienced tutors in 1:4 tutor groups.

It is expected that you are already treating children in your own practice. 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.

SCCO Course Providers: All SCCO courses are run by a resident Course Director, who is an Osteopath and a member of the SCCO Faculty. Pathway courses are delivered by SCCO Faculty and may be supported by guest speakers. Short courses are usually delivered by a visiting guest lecturer.  SCCO Faculty members all hold recognised osteopathic qualifications but may not be GOSC registered osteopaths.

Eligibility: Completion of Module 9
Location: Hawkwood, STROUD
Price: £549 (non-res) £599 (res)
Duration: 2 days
CPD: 16 hours
Frequency: Every 2 years
Leader: Hilary Percival & Mark Wilson

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Forthcoming opportunities to take P6: Gastrointestinal Tract & Kidney

Prices in euros for UK courses and sterling for German and Spanish courses are approximate and for reference only.



What our students say about P6: Gastrointestinal Tract & Kidney

“Great lectures from Pamela and Kok Weng and also good technique sessions”

“Kok Weng always excellent.”

“The tutors, the students, the teaching, thank you.”