CPD Events

Caroline Stone Courses  Wednesdays
(see below) plus weekend blocks – next one is 15-17 June (see overleaf),
and a one day ‘non-cranial’ paeds
examination technique revision day.

Wednesday Evening Series, Stalybridge, Manchester
95 Market Street Stalybridge, SK15 2AA. Bring own refreshments. Tea / coffee available. Travel / parking
details on the FIND ME tab / page. 07519160077

http://caroline-stone.com/store-individual-wednesday-5-8_30pm-evening-courses

£45 PER EVENING, 3 HOURS LECTURE. THEORY AND PRACTICAL.
HIP AND GROIN – 6 JUNE – ‘rotator cuff of hip’
Accessing the deeper muscles such as the obturator, quad femoris, gamelli; considers femoral head
orientation in the acetabulum, hip capsule releases
HIP AND GROIN – 13 JUNE – ‘inguinal structures’
Inguinal ligament and rings, symphysis dynamics, lower abdominal wall, iliopsoas misconceptions.
SHOULDER AND AXILLA – 20 JUNE – ‘anatomy of the axilla and its influence on the shoulder.’
Axillary dynamics, neurovascular bundle, relations to glenohumoral joint, influence on rotator cuff
SHOULDER AND AXILLA – 27 JUNE – ‘thoracic inlet structures and the relationship to the axilla /
shoulder and neck’.
Ventro-lateral neck muscles, cervical fascia, links to pleura, clavicular interface, neural and lymphatics in
region

VASCULAR AND CVS APPROACHES – 4 JULY – Posture and vascular dynamics.
Why autonomic tone and circulatory dynamics are linked to motor coordination and postural dynamics.
Arterial techniques are covered and discussions about why you don’t forget the veins will be included.

VASCULAR AND CVS APPROACHES – 12 JULY – Arterial techniques.
Key areas for combined somatic and visceral artery work – hip, chest / upper abdomen, shoulder, neck and
small intestines. These can be applied locally, but where they are inaccessible eg coeliac, or in sensitive
areas (cervical region), by using a combined approach including surrounding structures to access.

COCCYX, DIAPHRAGM AND TONGUE TIE AVAILABLE IN SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER.
WEEKEND BLOCK – 4 TOPICS IN ONE
WEEKEND – CAN DO JUST ONE COURSE
OR ALL FOUR!

FRIDAY 15 JUNE – SUNDAY 17 JUNE.
Friday 15 – TMJ and the face – where to start? Revision of anatomy and techniques for jaw and face – sets
up for a series of 5 talks on the stomatognathic system, TMJ and speech / tongue function.
4 hours CPD – 5.30pm – 9pm. £60.
Saturday 16 June – The Global Abdomen – new insights into the abdomen, the coelom and peritoneal
circulation. Come and pep up your visceral! Links with a series of 5 talks on the abdomen and pelvis.
8am – 3.30pm. £90 6 Hours CPD
Saturday 16 June – Infant settling and sleeping – initial days and weeks. Non-cranial osteopathy course
looking at infant autonomic and behavioural states and birth / intrauterine strain. Links with a series of 5
talks in paediatrics.
4pm – 9pm. £60 4 hours CPD
Sunday 17 June – Obstetrics, Biomechanics and Pain Management. Looking at posture, movement, stress
and strain in the changing pregnancy mechanics. Practical approaches for examination and treatment.
11.30pm – 7pm. 6 hours CPD. £90
One day ‘non-cranial’ paeds examination
technique revision workshop.
Learn or revise how to do a range of paediatric assessment – global movement, primitive reflexes testing,
orthopaedic style tests and head examination eg sutures, TMJ, fontanelles. This is a technique event –
based on toy dolls and videos – going through routines, rationales and contacts. Sunday 24 June – 11.30 –
7pm. £90

Please find here a list of other CPD events running in the north of England. If you would like to add an event, please contact us at kaloelliott@aol.com.

Sheffield Osteopathic Association    
Contact Sue Pawsey 0114 2303201
susanpawsey@dsl.pipex.com

Osteopathic Treatment of the Older Adult

Saturday March 24th 9.30 -5
Lecturer Shireen Ismael

Shireen is the Course Leader for the post graduate certificate in Integrated Care of the Older Adult at the University College of Osteopathy (BSO)
The course is part of the BSO programme to venture north of Watford and offer its courses to a wider geographical spread . It is a bit of a pioneering step for them so I hope it will be well supported and encourage them to run more things outside the capitol The venue is Beacon Methodist Church 89 Nether Green Road, Sheffield, S11 7EH
Some of you will remember we had a Pain course there a couple of years ago.

There will of course be the usual Sheffield catering with morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea Booking and all financial transactions will be via the University College of Osteopathy website but it would be useful if you could also drop me an e mail if you are coming as that will help with the catering.

The cost of the course is £150 all in I have negotiated a flat fee for all so there is no disadvantage if you are not a BSO graduate . We have been promised a top standard course without the added costs of going to London .and I can send where to park instructions .
Hope to see you there
Sue

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