(IET EQ OSTEO2) Advanced Equine Osteopathic Techniques 2

equine osteopathyIn this 3-Day Course Cranial and Cervical, students will focus on cranial and cervical assessments and treatments. Students will also learn Functional Indirect Techniques (FIT) that are applied to joints, bones, and soft tissue constrictions.

Advanced Equine Osteopathic Techniques 2 (EQOSTEO2) Course is the SECOND course in the Advanced Equine Osteopathic Techniques Certification Program. Each Osteopath Course builds on the previous course and is important to take each course in order. Students interested in becoming certified in the Integrated Equine Therapies Advanced Equine Osteopathic Techniques  will need to complete all 4 courses and enroll in the Certification Program. These courses are suitable for horse owners, trainers, equine therapist, veterinarians, and all equine professionals. Techniques taught in this clinic will increase your skill set and enhance your effectiveness.

Clinic Tuition: $659

Prerequisite: Attend Advanced Equine Osteopathic Techniques 1 Course

Course Outline:

  • Osteopathic “Rule of the Artery” and systems
  • Review:
    • Routers
    • Vascular manipulation
  • Evaluations and Assessments:
    • Vascular and neural constrictions evaluations
    • Endocrine system evaluation (palpation and applied kinesiology)
    • Post treatment re-evaluation and verification
    • Range of motion and advanced palpation assessment
    • Primary, secondary, regional, lameness, metabolic, and emotional patterns assessments
  • Rebalancing and resetting:
    • Jugular and carotid
    • Endocrine system
    • CranioSacral system
    • Vagal and accessory nerve
    • Phrenic nerve
    • Cranial nerve resetting
    • Pituitary, hypothalamus, pineal resetting
    • Cranial upper pallet and mandible TMJ resetting
  • Anatomy:
    • Cranial and cervical regions
    • Vascular and neural cranial
    • Vertebral artery and vein
    • Cranial base dysfunctions; occiput, C1, and C2
    • Atlas C1 and Atlas C2
    • Jugular foramen
    • Nerves of the forelimb
  • Clinical Applications and Techniques:
    • Functional indirect techniques
    • Head Shaking Syndrome protocol
    • Treatment of CranioSacral dysfunctions, sheers, and torsions
    • Spinal adhesion clearing
    • Brachial plexus reconnection
    • Practice cranial cervical clinical practicum

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