Updates from the OMC...

In anticipation of the Conference on Osteopathic Research and Knowledge in June, I wanted to highlight two additional courses that are taking place before and after the conference.

Pre-CORK Course:

Beyond Boundaries: Osteopathic Medicine for Preterm Infants

Welcome to our immersive course, "Beyond Boundaries: Osteopathic Medicine for preterm infants" designed for osteopathic practitioners seeking advanced insights into providing care for preterm infants both in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and outside the hospital. This initial course will delve into key topics such as the NAME index, specific challenges in the NICU, diverse conditions treated with Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT), and considerations for varying gestational ages. This hands-on course aims to empower participants with practical skills and theoretical knowledge to enhance the care provided to infants in the NICU and outside the hospital in a transformative, clinical-, research- based learning experience at the intersection of osteopathic medicine and neonatal care.

Post-CORK Course:

Become Trained and Certified in the Perrin Technique

The Perrin Technique™ is an osteopathic approach that manually stimulates the fluid motion around the brain and spinal cord. Manipulation of the spine further aids drainage of these toxins out of the cerebrospinal fluid. Massage of the soft tissues in the head, neck, back and chest direct all the toxins out of the lymphatic system and into the blood, where they are eventually detoxified in the liver. Eventually with no poisons affecting the brain, the sympathetic nervous system begins to function correctly, and providing the patients do not overstrain themselves their symptoms should gradually improve and in time some patients become totally symptom free. To see patients return to their normal healthy lives see the film ‘The Perrin Technique‘. Registration coming soon!

Register for CORK soon to secure spot at the invite-only welcome event!