The Canadian Foundation for Teaching and Research in Osteopathy (FCERO) is a non-profit organisation whose mission, recently renewed and expanded, is to dedicate itself to the quality of care of disabled children, the teaching of pediatric clinical practice to students of Osteopathy, and the promotion and the defense of the teaching of Osteopathy. As part of the fundraising campaign to support Osteopathy, the FCERO has the honour and great privilege to offer you a post-graduate course, generously donated by Geneviève Forget, D.O., from February 14-17, 2019. The course will focus on the vascular tree and the mechanisms of pressure. The proceeds will be used to help pay for the legal fees of the lawyers involved in the defense of our osteopath colleagues.
Prerequisite: D.O. and D.O.M.P. of the CEO and affiliated Colleges
Where: CEO, 2015 Drummond Street, Montreal
THE VASCULAR TREE DYNAMICS AND THE PRESSURE MECHANISM
The immune and nourishment dynamics of the vascular tree and its neuro-endocrine modulation system constitute an important element to the autoregulation ability of the body. The pressure mechanism represents an essential functional unit for the body’s cellular exchanges and homeodynamics with the environment.
Within this continuing education opportunity, Geneviève Forget D.O. is offering a synthesis of various seminars previously taught in Canada and abroad, on palpation of the different aspects of matter; molding work of the bioplasm; interaction of the health mechanisms and the different levels of manifestation of a being towards a more unified state of expression.
This practical workshop will explore the vascular tree, its regulating neuro-endocrine unit, and the pressure dynamics to reconstitute a structural and functional integrity, allowing patients presenting CHRONIC, SYSTEMIC AND COMPLEX CONDITIONS TO IMPROVE.
“THE RULE OF THE ARTERY” REVISITED!