NATUROPATHIC OSTEOPATHY ONLINE COURSE
There are 14 lessons in this Naturopathic Osteopathy Course, some with videos, with 10 assignment questions after each lesson, and a final exam online that is timed with 50 questions.
Naturopathic Osteopathy Course
Naturopathic Osteopathy Course:
Osteopathy takes a holistic, whole-body approach to healthcare. It uses manual ‘hands-on’ techniques to improve circulation and correct altered biomechanics, without the use of drugs.
Manual techniques are used to balance all the body systems, and to provide overall good health and wellbeing.
Techniques include stretching, gentle pressure, and resistance, known as osteopathic manipulative medicine.
This course provides the basic techniques used by Osteopaths so that Naturopaths understand the principles of Osteopathy in order to help refer patients for osteopathic manipulations.
Lesson 2 – Difference between Osteopaths, Chiropractors and Physiotherapists – a video with 3 practitioners who look at these differences
Lesson 3 – What is Osteopathy? – the relationship between structure and function
Lesson 4 – Our Fine Spine: The Backbone of Structural Integrity – simple techniques to help with our spinal structural integrity
Lesson 5 – Where Does Your Back Go when it Goes Out? – vertebral dysfunctions and what can be done about them
Lesson 6 – Finding and Fixing the Fixations
Lesson 7 – Low Back Pain Definition – radiculopathy, non-specific low back pain, discogenic pain, sacro-iliac joint pain, mental factors
Lesson 8 – Osteopathic Principles – 5 principles, structure and function, self-healing, the body as a unit, rule of the artery, the patient, not the disease, somatic dysfunction
Lesson 9 – Diagnostics in Osteopathy – osteopathic techniques, mobilization techniques, HVLA direct, MET direct, functional release technique, fascial and ligamentous release techniques, visceral and cranial osteopathy
Lesson 10 – Osteopathic Management of Low Back Pain – methodology, SF-36 health survey, Oswestry disability index, pain diary, assessment, osteopathic treatment, treatment plan
Lesson 11 – Causative Factors – sitting posture, loss of lumbar extension, frequency of flexion, precipitating factors
Lesson 12 – The Cause of Pain – nociceptive receptor system, chemical and mechanical causes of pain, trauma, mechanical deformation, postural stress, abnormal forces
Lesson 13 – Osteopathic Diagnosis – therapists responsibility, diagnostic difficulties, taking a thorough history
Lesson 14 – The Examination – posture sitting, posture standing, the examination of movement, deviation inflexion, repeated movements, test movements, the flexion principle
Course Materials: All the course materials are online.
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