Start date
14 February, 2019
End date
14 July, 2019
Date note
Second through to Fifth year classes will begin in October and end in May.

FIRST AND SECOND YEARS: NEUROMUSCULOSKELETAL DYSFUNCTIONS. (60 CREDITS/1500 HOURS)

750 teaching hours are alotted per year (attendance in the theoretical-practical classes, study and interaction with the virtual campus, study of the research methodology, study of clinical practice, personal theoretical study and drafting of the end of Master’s project).

Program Year 1 (Structural I): Methodological bases. Lumbar, thoracic, cervical, pelvic girdle, elbow, wrist, hand. Scientific investigation, Radiology and medical sciences program I.

Program Year 2 (Structural II): Cervicothoracic and thoracolumbar joints. Ribs. Hip. Knee. Ankle and foot. Integration of the osteopathic concept. Scientific investigation, radiology and medical sciences program II.

 

THIRD, FOURTH AND FIFTH YEARS: DIPLOMA IN OSTEOPATHIC MANUAL THERAPY. (114 CREDITS/2850 HOURS)

950 teaching hours per year (attendance in theoretical-practical classes, study of clinical practice in the center and/or clinic-school, interaction and technique simulation in the virtual campus, personal osteopathic-theoretical and medical study in the virtual campus, research methodology and drafting of a scientific article).

Program Year 3: Treatment of sciatica and other neuralgias. Jones techniques. Visceral: stomach, duodenum. Cranial: sphenobasilar, temporal, occipital, parietal. Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) I.

Autonomic nervous system. Scientific investigation, Radiology and Medical Sciences.

Program Year 4: Sacrum. British operational techniques. Visceral: Liver. Intestine. Genital tract. Skull: Frontal. Ethmoid. Sphenoid. Palatine. TMJ II. Fascial System, Pedriatrics I, Scientific investigation, radiology and medical sciences.

Program Year 5: Sub-occipital joint. Dejarnette method. Cranial treatment of migraines and headaches. Visceral: cardiopulmonary, kidney, bladder, lymphatic system. Craniosacral system, pediatrics II, arterial system, ophthalmology, ORL. Radiology and medical pathology. Presentation of a scientific article in Osteopathy. ( Committee of the Scientific European Federation of Osteopaths, SEFO)

Type
Other
Event Cost
The cost per year of the program is 7570 per year. However there are specific scholarships available for Physiotherapists that range from $2000.00 -$500.00 There is also the opportunity to attend the clinic in Madrid, at no additional cost to the student.
Format
On-line and In-person
Location

The Canadian Institute of Osteopathic Therapy
Calgary AB
Canada

Posting expiry date
This course is not provided through PABC. If you have any questions, please contact the private organizer.