|Price:||*£390 (non-res only)|
|Duration:||2 days (across 3 days)|
|Eligibility:||2 + 2 other Pathway courses **|
*Discount available to paid Members and Fellows
**Or equivalent cranial experience.
|OPS & CPD OVERVIEW|
|Total CPD hours:||16 hours (over 3 days)|
|A – Communication & patient partnership:||A1, A2, A3|
|B – Knowledge, skills & performance:||B1, B2, B3, B4, B5|
|C – Safety & quality in practice:||C1, C2, C3, C4, C5|
|D – Professionalism:||D4, D5|
Jane Easty and Henry Klessen will be jointly presenting an exploration of the clinical application of biodynamic embryology for patients of all ages.
The growth dynamics and morphogenesis of the embryo can reveal and inform a profound understanding of the tissues under our hands.
The works of Erich Blechschmidt, Raymond Gasser PhD and Professor Brian Freeman, among others, will be used as a wonderful resource in developing this relationship. Static anatomy will be expanded into spatiotemporal kinetic morphogenesis.
This course is associated with, but not dependent upon, the course led by Jane Easty in February 2020, and will take place in Göttingen, led by Henry Klessen. Two days will be split between visiting the Blechschmidt and Blumbach Collections at the University to discuss some of the 60 incredibly detailed largescale 3D embryo reconstructions. The remaining time will be spent at the Best Western Hotel Am Papenberg for lectures, practicals and discussion. Henry will explore the journey to walking upright, combining medical knowledge with the principles of human differentiation and their connection with osteopathic principles. This course will be supported by Professor Michael Schultz (Dr Med, Dr Phil Nat) of Göttingen University.
In conclusion we hope those attending will find the beautiful fluid interaction of embryonic tissues responding to the needs of adjacent physiology in order to meet the growing demands of the whole embryo absolutely awe inspiring. A fluid harmony and true cooperation within the whole mechanism – an osteopathic aspiration that deepens our ability to connect with the regenerative powers of these forces.
As Arthur Diekman said, “Structure is a slow process of long duration.”
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 attend the Embryology courses