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Upcoming Courses & Events

RTP Mid-Body and Spine (Module III) Posted June 13, 2019***

September 21-22, 2019
Markham, ON

Course is being held at the Kosim Group Company Inc. located at 55 Valleywood Drive, Unit 1, Markham, ON.

The Trigenics® RTP Mid-Body and Spine (Module III) course allows participants to pinpoint the specific causes of musculoskeletal dysfunction and pain using the unique Trigenics® Functional Muscle Neurokinetic Assessment system which includes novel muscle specific length testing protocols developed by founder Dr. Allan Austin-Oolo.

Once the assessment has been made and mapped out using the Trigenics® Neurokinetic Muscle Map, practitioners learn how to rapidly correct dysfunctions and provide instant pain relief with application of the patented Trigenics® multimodal muscle reprogramming treatment protocols.

A thorough overview of Trigenics® theory practice management and functional anatomy of the mid-body is covered.

Participants will learn common Trigenics® protocols to achieve instant results for many common conditions of the spine and mid-body.

For more information and to register, please visit http://trigenics.com/trigenics/coursesright.html.

Full-body dissection course - www.idissect.ca Posted February 5, 2019.*

August 12-16, 2019
Humber College
Toronto, ON

August 12-16, 2019 Humber College North Campus

Investigate areas of your own clinical interest!  Instructors will ensure feasible, efficient and safe dissections.

Develop practical dissections skills, anatomical knowledge, and a comprehensive three dimensional understanding of the human body.

Soft-embalmed cadavers retain the natural tissue integrity, tissue texture, and preserves joint range of motion. They simulate the fresh state where the liquids are still intact within the tissues while allowing for ease of exploratory dissection. This course is a unique opportunity to practice clinical palpation and mobilization techniques on cadavers that look and feel the same way as a live patient’s body. These learning experiences are expected to directly improve therapeutic outcomes.

Learning Objectives:

  • To correlate what is seen clinically and what can be observed in the dissection lab.
  • To increase knowledge of neuro-anatomical structures
  • To understand the three dimensional organization of fascial planes and anatomical relationships.
  • To recognize the anatomical structures and explain the physiological functions of body systems.

For more information visit www.idissect.ca, or email samlo@samlo.ca

The University College of Osteopathy, UK – CPD Courses and Conferences

Various Dates and Locations
For more information and to register: Please click here.