The Dr. Sanet Lecture Series - Osteopathy in the Cranial Field May 4-6, 2018
May 4-6, 2018
Center for Balance will be hosting a series of talks with the esteemed Osteopath Dr. Steven Sanet. The 10-lecture series will cover the breadth of the traditional Osteopathic canon. This lecture will cover Osteopathy in the Cranial Field
Part 1: The Vault
This course is the foundation of cranial osteopathy. As an area of significant focus it will begin with the history of the modality from Dr. Sutherland and Dr. Weaver. The course covers the five phenomena, of which The Primary Respiratory Mechanism is derived. As the PRM fuels the focus of cranial it will be heavily emphasized as well as all structures involved in the vault and the diaphragms that follow.
The course will explore anatomy and theories of causation of the primary respiratory mechanism, the physiology of the PRM as well as contraindications and a protocol for treatment of the vault, diaphragms and sacrum.
- Craniosacral Manipulation - Theory
- Craniosacral Manipulation - The Vault
- Craniosacral Manipulation - Sphenobasilar Diagnoses
- Diaphragm diagnoses and treatment
- Cranial Vault Protocol
- Pharmacologic Implications
- Temporal Dysfunction, Dizziness
- Vertigo & Tinnitus
- Seizure Disorder
The Dr. Sanet Lecture Series is certified by the Osteopathic College of Ontario. Students who complete all of the lectures and the clinical integration seminar will have the option of travelling to Ontario for a practicum and receiving a Diplomate (certificate in recognition of advanced training) in Osteopathic Manipulative Theory and Practice from the College.
More information on the Diplomate can be found here:
The lecture series is open to any licensed health care field including Massage Therapy, Acupuncture, Physical Therapy, Chiropractic, Nursing, and of course Medical and Osteopathic Doctors.
The lecture will be held at the 10 minutes from picturesque Harvard Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Full tuition for the program is 1,200.00 USD for each of these courses. Early registration discounts do apply.
A deposit of 400.00 is required to reserve your spot in class. Full payment is expected 30 days prior to the class date.