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:
- Click this link for payment:
- Write and email to email@example.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.
If you are and ICO member, you can have FREE access to all these webinars, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get you personal password.
ICO WEBINAR Mervyn Waldman | 2020 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. 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.
ICO CONFERENCE Hendrik Vlek | 2019- The Lymphatics in Health and Disease
DESCRIPTION: 3 hours theoretical lecture on the Lymphatics by Hendrik Vlek. The osteopathic profession has long recognized the importance of the lymphatic system in maintaining health. This lecture runs through some of the latest research in the subject and contrast them with the biography of early osteopaths like John Martin Littlejohn.
After that you can email email@example.com in order to get you access password to Part 1 and Part 2
Hendrik Vlek | Lymphatics 1st part | Length: 1:30
Hendrik Vlek | Lymphatics 2nd part | Length: 1:30
ICO WEBINAR Caroline Stone | 2018- The Mediastinum
DESCRIPTION: Caroline Stone runs through the anatomy of mediastinum, to anterior cervical area, to lung area and into the thoracic outlet. Very comprehensive for Osteopaths and manual therapy professionals.
ICO WEBINAR Tim Sparrow | 2018- Lesionology
DESCRIPTION: Tim Sparrow talks about lesionology in the spine and different models that we have available in osteopathy.
ICO WEBINAR Chris Batten | 2018 - The rationale of Classical Osteopathic treatment
DESCRIPTION: Chris Batten makes a review of different topics of Classical Osteopathy. Order in the treatment process, Frequency of treatment, physiological and mechanical perspectives.
ICO WEBINAR Tim Sparrow | 2019 - Treating MS - Osteopathic pathways towards the ANS a multi systems approach
DESCRIPTION: This talk emphasizes the role of the Body Adjustment in the context of treating MS through addressing the many systems involved and the nature of our potential influence on the ANS.
ICO WEBINAR Barry Jacobs | 2019 - CVS refresher for osteopaths
DESCRIPTION: A pragmatic approach to critical cues that might help preserve life and limb in osteopathic practice
ICO WEBINAR Tim Sparrow | 2019- Treating MS - Osteopathic pathways towards the ANS- Case Study. Part 2
DESCRIPTION: * Introduction – developing a wellness program for people with MS. Multiple Sclerosis Overview. Some ANS considerations. Case study – Profile. Presentation and osteopathic considerations towards treatment – ANS interface. Evaluation of treatment outcome?. A sample of Osteopathic Research. Other considerations in evaluating treatment outcomes for future and further consideration.
ICO WEBINAR Robert Cartwright | 2019- The Osteopathic Lesion
DESCRIPTION: Robert describes the early 20th century research into the osteopathic lesion. Those first investigations that took place by Louisa Burns and their outcome.
ICO WEBINAR Robert Cartwright | Osteopathic Lesion Part II
DESCRIPTION: Robert Cartwright runs the Part II version of the Osteopathic Lesion Part I. He talks about Irvyn Korr and Denslow's research that investigated the neurobiology behind the Osteopathic Lesion. Also, they introduced the concept of sensitization in the spinal cord and central nervous system.