EVENTS - WEBINARS

The ICO runs a few webinars during the year. You can have access to our 2018/2019 Webinars for the price of £5. In order to get access you need to do the following:

  1. Click this link for payment:
    http://buytickets.at/instituteofclassicalosteopathy/214512
  2. Write and email to icofrontdesk@gmail.com asking for your password and link to the webinar.

You can check a small summary to our webinar videos in our ICO Youtube channel.

WEBINAR 13th of February 2020

The Pelvis - An overview of its integrative function as well as its diagnostic myths and pitfalls

  • Speaker: Mervyn Waldman
  • Date: 13th February
  • Time: 6.00pm (UK time)
  • Price: FREE to ICO members and Ticket Holders of ICO Conference 2020 | £10 Non ICO members

Enrollment and further information on: icofrontdesk@gmail.com

Payment and Registration: Buy tickets for The Pelvis - An overview of its integrative function as well as its diagnostic myths and pitfalls

Description:

The lecture will pay particular attention to describing the role of the pelvis as the dynamic foundation for the weight bearing of the body, its ability to sustain gravitational forces and enable dynamic stability during movement.

The role of genetic variation and the effect of degenerative changes will be examined, together with their profound effect on the morphology of the pelvis and its asymmetry of structure and function, both of which frequently makes for irrational diagnosis and treatment.

In the light of recent studies of spinal and pelvic movement using advanced kinematic 3D computed tomography and MRI imaging, questioning many of the most basic osteopathic theories of spinal mechanics and palpation findings, it has become clearer as to why subjective physical examination tests are of notoriously low inter and intra-observer reliability, sensitivity and specificity.

This webinar will attempt to point out the need, therefore, to fully appreciate the potential underlying abnormal morphology and pathology. It will emphasise, therefore, the need to avoid ‘bone-setting’ but rather, as Littlejohn emphasised, to appeal to the soft tissue attachments, via the use of minimally invasive articular technique, in order to avoid harm when attempting to restore pain-free, articular function of the pelvic articulations, in its complex coordination with the spinal column above.

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To access these videos you need to buy a £30 ticket Buy tickets for Lecture | The Lymphatics in Health and Disease | Hendrik Vlek

​After that you can email icofrontdesk@gmail.com in order to get you access password to Part 1 and Part 2

Hendrik Vlek | Lymphatics 1st part | Length: 1:30
Link: https://vimeo.com/382577657

Hendrik Vlek | Lymphatics 2nd part | Length: 1:30
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