So. 12.06.2022 - Di. 14.06.2022
Kursleiterin: Dr. Charlie Beck, DO FAAO
Kursleiter: Dr. med. Hans Ulrich Oxfort DO-DAAO
Vorraussetzung: Diplom DAAO
Weitere Informationen über die Kursinhalte und Dozenten entnehmen Sie bitte den Internetseiten der DAAO (www.daao.info) und der MWE (www.aerzteseminar-mwe.de).
650 Euro ohne Ermäßigung
540 Euro für DAAO-Mitglieder
585 Euro für MWE-Mitglied ohne DAAO-Mitgliedschaft
Charlie Beck, D.O., F.A.A.O. graduated from the Pikeville College School of Osteopathic
Medicine (now the University of Pikeville) in 2004. He was one of Pikeville’s first undergraduate fellows, staying an extra year in medical school to study osteopathic manipulation more in depth. Taught by Edward G. Stiles, D.O., F.A.A.O., Charlie was given an
excellent foundation for learning manipulative medicine. He is the first resident in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine in the history of his hospital and his state (Westview Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana).
Charlie has taken numerous classes across the US and Canada and is skilled in multiple techniques and modalities. He has taught courses and given presentations here in
the U.S. - for the AAO, the OCA, the IAO, and numerous medical schools. He has also
taught in Canada, Eastern and Western Europe as well as in Australia and New Zealand, where he works yearly as a locum osteopath. He is the president of the Indiana
Academy of Osteopathy and the chairman of the Osteopathic Cranial Academy’s publications committee. He is a published author and researcher. As his learning deepens
by working with others he is always searching for the commonalities between different
practitioners and healing styles. He continues to strive to integrate this learning into
principles that are easily taught to others. His primary practice is in Indianapolis, IN
Kursinhalt: Functional Methods
First developed by Hoover, and further elucidated by Ed Stiles and his mentor George Laughlin, Jr. (AT Sill’s grandson), functional treatment involves taking the body part being treated to its position of ease, adding a small bit of compression, and allowing it to gently unwind. Functional treatment can also be used effectively as a direct treatment or as a mix of both. It is easy on the patient and the practitioner, and can be used on any age patient, from newborns to centenarians. This course teaches how to use the principles of functional treatment for all parts of the body and how to stack body parts to unwind some traumas that can’t be treated any other way (sometimes an accident can place forces into the body that need to be undone simultaneously). Functional can be applied seated, standing, prone or supine and can be used on any body part from the head to the feet. It is gentle on the patient as well as the practitioner and does not require strength to use. The results from a functional treatment seem to last longer than other methods (possibly because the patient’s body, not the practitioner, guides the treatment).
This course will examine the principles of functional methods, and reinforce these principles throughout examination and treatment of the thoracic vertebra, rib cage, cervical vertebra, lumbar vertebra, sacrum and pelvis, and upper and lower extremities. The practitioner will come away with the skills necessary to immediately start using this treatment method in their practice the next day.
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