Location: Hawkwood, STROUD
Duration: 2 days
Leader: Hilary Percival & Mark Wilson
Frequency: Every 2 years
Eligibility: Completion of Module 9
CPD: 16 hours
Girl being treated by an osteopath

Our brain goes through an orchestrated process of growth, reorganisation and refinement in our journey from infancy and childhood, through adolescence to early maturity.

This is a complex process, and how smoothly it occurs is shaped by a myriad of factors including our genetics, environment, and life events.

In this fascinating weekend we will study the expression of normal development and behaviour, and compare this with problems and difficulties that can commonly arise during this process.

As osteopaths we need to know what help we can offer to our young patients, and this will be explored thoroughly with the support of experienced tutors in 1:4 tutor groups.

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

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Forthcoming opportunities to take P4: Neurology II



What our students say about P4: Neurology II

“Anatomy and physiology of the lambic system followed by practical. It was excellent to explore CNS from this point of view. Anxiety and depression lecture. Thank you for great weekend.”

“Completely focussed and helpful and enthusiastic tutors.”

“I have been able to implement the practical techniques straight into practice. I felt all the tutors were supportive and motivated by our own passion to learn.”