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February 2019

Module 14 – Nonvet 6 – USA

February 28 # 08:00 - March 1 # 17:00

The final exams

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March 2019

Module 6 – Nonvet 8 – USA

Equine cranio sacral osteopathy: The five elements of the equine cranio sacral system The equine ten- steps procedure basilaris and the osteopathic importance to the parietal and visceral system in relation to the fysiology of the vegetative integration

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Module 4 – Nonvet 9 – USA

* Functional anatomy and biomechanics of the spine * The occipito-atlanto-axial complex * Vegetative integration: * the autonomic nervous system: the afferent system * theosteopathic importance of the afferent system

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Module 11 – Nonvet 7 – USA

* isceral osteopathy part – 1: - introduction to the principles of visceral osteopathy - liver, spleen, pancreas, stomach, duodenum.

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May 2019

Module 5 – Nonvet 9 – USA

Functional annatomy and biomechanics of the thoracic and lumbar spine The urogenital tract.

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Module 12 – Nonvet 7 – USA

visceral osteopathy part – 2: kidneys, urethers, bladder, ovaries, uterus, ductus deferens, and prostate.

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Module 7 – Nonvet 8 – USA

* The cranial nerves * Cranio sacral osteopathy in function of the cranial nerves

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September 2019

Module 13 – Nonvet 7 – USA

September 23 # 08:00 - September 27 # 17:00

TMG Osteopathic examination protocol

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Module 8 – Nonvet 8 – USA

September 28 # 08:00 - October 2 # 17:00

The abdominal wall and the digestive tract. Repition of the examination and normalizing technics of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine.

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October 2019

Module 6 – Nonvet 9 – USA

October 3 # 08:00 - October 7 # 18:00

Equine cranio sacral osteopathy: The five elements of the equine cranio sacral system The equine ten- steps procedure basilaris and the osteopathic importance to the parietal and visceral system in relation to the fysiology of the vegetative integration

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