Causalidad y prioridad viscero-somática y somato-visceral en la cintura pélvica [MADRID]

Fecha: Del 16 al 18 de abril de 2021

Docente: JEAN MARIE BEUCKELS DO.

Web: https://www.eoraosteopathy.com/

Sede:

Curso: Causalidad y prioridad viscero-somática y somato-visceral en la cintura pélvica

450,00

16 – 18 ABR 2021

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JEAN MARIE BEUCKELS
Al termina nuestra formación de grado todos hemos tenido la sensación de tener gran cantidad de datos, de información, principio, técnicas. Pero a veces tenemos serias dificultades en poder integrarlas en nuestra consulta. Este curso de posgrado, repartido en dos módulos, trata justamente de eso, de una forma clara y concisa se presentará a los alumnos una forma eficaz de interrelacionar y jerarquizar los datos clínicos para ser más eficientes y aumentar el éxito de sus resultados.
Todo ello presentado por un osteópata y docente de reconocido prestigio en toda España, Jean Marie Beuckels (ver CV)

Curriculum Vitae

Jean Marie A. T. Beuckels, D.O.

1969 Born in Bruges (Belgium)

1988 University-entrance diploma: Latin – Greek Humaniora (Belgian secondary school; O-levels)
(Bruges – Belgium)

1993 Licentiaat Motorische Revalidatie (MSc Movement Revalidation) at the University Gent (1993 – Cum Laude)
(Gent – Belgium)

1997 Diploma in Osteopathy (D.O.)
European School for Osteopathy (with Merit)
(Maidstone – England)
British College for Naturopathy and Osteopathy (with Merit)
(London – England)

1998 Bachelor of Science with full Honours in Osteopathic Medicine Westminster University (with Merit)
(London – England)

1997 Private osteopathic practice in Bruges
(Bruges – Belgium)

Assistant docent for osteopathic education and fasciatherapy
(Belgium – France)

2000 Lecturer and tutor for postgraduate osteopathic education and fasciatherapy
(Belgium – France – England)

2003 Head-docent for the EAO (Europäischen Arbeitsgruppe Osteopathie) (Osteopathic MD – association)
(Bad Oeynhausen – Germany)

Docent for clinical osteopathy at the Baltic College, University of Applied Science
(Schwerin – Germany)

2004 Docent for Osteopathic Manual Medicine (OMM) at the Witten/Herdecke University
Postgraduate courses for osteopathic physicians/practitioners
(Herdecke – Germany).

Head-Docent and Head of the Osteopathic Education in Baltic College, University of Applied Science
(Schwerin / Mecklenburg – Vorpommern / Germany)

2005 Grad Pos-Graduaçào em Somato Psicopedagogia e Fasciaterapia
(Degree of Somatopsychopedagogy and Fasicatherapy)
Universidade Moderna de Lisboa (Modern University of Lisabon)
(Lisbon – Portugal)

2006 Guest docent at the AT Still University Kirksville (Faculty of Osteopathic Manual Medicine):
(Kirksville – Missouri – USA)

2007 Chairman of the Research Committee for The European Federation of Osteopaths (EFO)
(Brussels – Belgium)

2008 Director of the Department of Osteopathic Medicine at the Priv. University Witten/Herdecke
(Herdecke – Germany)

Faculty staff member at the Philadelphia College for Osteopathic Medicine
(Philadelphia – Pennsylvania – US)

2009: Clinical assistant Professor at the Department of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (Philadelphia College for Osteopathic Medicine – PCOM).
(Philadelphia – Pennsylvania – US)

2010: Masters of Science in Osteopathy at Greenwich University (with Merit)
(Maidstone – England)

2011 Faculty Staff Member University Witten/Herdecke
(Witten – Germany)

2012 Faculty Staff Member Greenwich University / ESO
(Maidstone – England)

2013 Flying Faculty Staff Member Greenwich University
Moscow Institute of Osteopathy
St-Petersburg Institute of Osteopathy
(Moscow/St-Petersburg – Russia)

2014 Senior Lecturer / Greenwich University
(Maidstone – England)

2015 Head-docent for clinical osteopathy: adapted student medical curriculum
(Witten – Germany)

2016 Doctor rerum medicinalium (≈ PhD) through the Department Osteopathic Manual Medicine
(Witten – Germany)

2017 Senior Docent an der HS-Fresenius, University of Applied Science
(Idstein – Germany)

During his Masters of movement rehabilitation and physiotherapie, JM started his osteopathic journey with osteopathic course weekends.
Graduating (cum laude) from the Ghent University in Belgium, he preferred the option for an extra full-time in osteopathy. Four years later he obtained his English DO (cum laude), which he topped up with a Bachelor of Science with full honours in Osteopathic Medicine (cum laude) at the Westminster University (Engeland), with a Masters of Science in Osteopathy (cum laude) at the Greenwich University (England) and with a PhD (magna cum laude) at the department of osteopathic medicine at the Witten/Herdecke University in Germany.
Next to his strong fascination for French and Belgian osteopathy and fasciatherapy, JM also demonstrated an extent interest for different ideas in cranial and visceral education, sport osteopathy, baby and children osteopathy, geriatric osteopathy, psychodynamic osteopathy, different forms of manual binary testing; all courses that Beuckels has been teaching in the past.
Later, as a guest docent at the AT Still University – Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, he came in contact with the original forms of osteopathy, Beuckels decided to dedicate his time more to the American line of osteopathic knowledge. He moved to Philadelphia and became Clinical Assistant Professor at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM). This supported his personal quest for osteopathic causality and its primary lesion. During this time he taught clinical osteopathy and assisted the PCOM research.
In the meantime, he also established several osteopathic research projects as director of the departement osteopathic medicine at the Witten/Herdecke University in Germany.
Next to his responsibilities in the past decade as head of osteopathic education at the convocational school Ecolea in Schwerin (Germany) and as senior docent for visceral osteopathy at the European School for Osteopathy, 25 years of experience in osteopathy and osteopathic teaching helped Beuckels to mature into a skilled senior docent in osteopathy.

For the moment, Beuckels teaches as Head of Department Osteopathic Medicine clinical osteopathy to medical students Faculty of Health at the Witten/Herdecke University and is appointed as senior docent at the HS-Fresenius, University of Applied Science in Idstein (Germany).

During the courses ‘Viscero-somatic and somato-visceral causality and priority in the pelvic and shoulder girdle’, Beuckels will present his osteopathic journey and will introduce you to his osteopathic conceptualisation, education and research.

MODULE ONE

TITLE:
‘Viscero-somatic and somato-visceral causality and priority in the pelvic girdle’
The neurological talk with the sacrum – in quality and quantity clinical testing
Fascilitated segments within the ilio-sacral / sacro-iliac complex
The use of neurological interactions in clinical integration

GAINED COMPETENCE AFTER MODULE ONE
After the first module, you will have gained following abilities:
Deeper insight in osteosophical thinking and the totality of the neurological girdle systems and the diafragmal inputs
Understanding and applying a pelvic girdle analysis
Insight in neurological interactions of the sacrum within fascilitated segmental ideas on viscerosomatical, somatovisceral and somatosomatic levels.
Being able to detect localisations of a visceral osteopathic dysfunction within the sacral girdle input, integrated with diaphragmal testing.
Specifying visceral mobility, motility and motricity of organs related to the pelvic girdle system (within an ostesophical vision – presented via different matrix interactions)
Putting together an intermediary treatment plan for the pelvic/sacral girdle.
Mastering basic kind of therapeutic visceral interactions.
Palpatory evaluation with a total sacral testing protocol, while understainding the sacral dysfunction in relation with the totality

SYNOPSIS APPLIED MORPHOLOGY – PART ONE

Theoretical pre-knowledge-base
Bladder
Prostate
Uterus
Ovary – Testicle
Rectum
Kidney
Colon

Practical skill-base: clinical testing during the course

Superficial and surface palpation
Deep and depth palpation
Morphological palpation
Movement palpation
Vitality palpation
Position analysis versus motion analysis

SYNOPSIS APPLIED NEUROPHYSIOLOGY – PART ONE

Theoretical knowledge-base
Bladder
Prostate
Uterus
Ovary – Testicle
Rectum
Kidney
Colon

Practical skill-base testing
Manual interactive neuro-motion testing
interactive viscera-somatic – somato-visceral binary information via different matrix tests
Binary tests and their application in the tissue matrix.

SYNOPSIS APPLIED PRACTICAL CLINICAL INTEGRATION

Mind-mapping of visceral clinical data concerning the pelvic girdle
Priority and causality in the neuro-continuum in visceral interactions
Known technical aspects become integrated with ostesophical ideas to consider a technique modification – adapted to hierarchy within the causality with the Stillian concept of Matter-Motion-Mind
Mastering an osteopathic handgrip-modification while adapting within an osteosophical panorama

MODULE TWO

TITLE:
Viscero-somatic and somato-visceral causality and priority in the shoulder girdle’
The neurological talk with the cervical-thoracic junction – in quality and quantity clinical testing
Fascilitated segments within the 1st rib complex
The use of neurological interactions in clinical integration

GAINED COMPETENCES AFTER MODULE 2
After finishing module 2, you will have gained access to the following features:
Having further insight in osteosophical thinking and in the oneness of the neurological
Understanding and applying the testing of the shoulder girdle and its neurological interactions within its visceral interactions
Integration testing of the first rib and thoracic fascilitated segments on visceral levels.
Detecting the specific localisation of a visceral lesion in the thorax totality according to the shoulder girdle.
Specifying visceral mobility, motility and motricity of thoracic and subdiafragmal visceral content via an ostesophical point of view.
Putting together an intermediary treatment plan for the shoulder girdle.
Mastering more advanced therapeutic visceral interactions.
Palpatory evaluation with a total shoulder girdle testing protocol, while understanding the shoulder girdle dysfunction in relation with the totality

SYNOPSIS APPLIED MORPHOLOGY PART TWO

Theoretical pre-knowledge-based
Mediastinum
Lungs
Heart
Stomach
Liver
Spleen
Pancreas
Duodenum
Jejunum – Ileum
Colon

Practical skill-based

Superficial and surface palpation
Deep and depth palpation
Morphological palpation
Movement palpation
Vitality palpation
Position analysis versus motion analysis

SYNOPSIS APPLIED NEUROPHYSIOLOGY: PART TWO

Theoretical knowledge-based
Mediastinum
Lungs
Heart
Stomach
Liver
Spleen
Pancreas
Duodenum
Jejunum – Ileum
Colon

Practical skill-base

Manual interactive neuro-motion testing
Interactive viscera-somatic – somato-visceral binary information via different matrix tests
Binary tests and their application in the tissue matrix.

SYNOPSIS OF APPLIED PRACTICAL CLINICAL INTEGRATION

Mind-mapping of visceral clinical data concerning the shoulder girdle
Priority and causality in the neuro-continuum in visceral interactions in the cervico-thoracic junction
Known technical aspects become integrated with ostesophical ideas to consider a technique modification – adapted to hierarchy within the causality with the Stillian concept of Matter-Motion-Mind
Mastering an immediate osteopathic handgrip-modification while adapting within the osteosophical panorama