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Module 1 – Introductionedo-logo100

 

  • Introduction to the equine osteopathy
  • History of the equine osteopathy
  • Functional anatomy and biomechanics of the frontlimb
  • Generalities of the technics
  • Examination and normalization of the frontlimb

 

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You are introduced to the history, principles and concept of the equine osteopathy,
the understanding of the osteopathic disorder in relation to the gamma loop.

You will be taught in structural and functional anatomy and biomechanics of the frontlimb in general and in specific for the scapulo- thoracic junction, the art.
scapulo- humeralis, the art. cubiti, the art. carpales.

Introduction to the generalities and practical application of the examination and
normalizing technics:

 


Functional- structural technics:

  • direct- indirect, semi-direct technics
  • strain- counterstrain technics
  • the concept of the jones- technics
  • the general listening, the local listening.

 

Extensive hands- on practical education and training of the examination, functional and
structural normalizing technics for the frontlimb.

Module 2 – Functional Anatomy and biomechanics of
the hindlimb

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  • Structural and functional anatomy and biomechanics of
    the hindlimb in general,
     and in specific for the art. coxae,
    the art. genus, the art. tarsales, the art metatarso-
    phalangealis,
    the art. interphalangealea proximalis et distales,
    the ossae sesamoideae, 
    and the patellae.
  • The heamodynamic relations and the osteopathic relevance,
    of the art. coxae.
  • module2-1The biomechanics and osteopathic relevance of the menisci.
  • Introduction to the examination and normalizing technics for the hindlimb.

 

 

Extensive hands- on practical education and training of the examination,
functional and 
structural normalizing technics for the frontlimb.

Module 3

 

  • Functional anatomy and biomechanics of the sacrumedo-logo100
  • Functional anatomy and biomechanics of the ilium
  • Vegetative integration:
    • the autonomic nervous system: the efferent system
    • fysiology of the vegetative integration

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  • Structural and functional anatomy and the biomechanics of the sacrum and ilei in
    general and in specific of the art. sacro-iliacalaE.
  • The osteopathic relevance of the autonomic integration in general, and in specific
    the autonomic nervous system, the efferent pathway, and the fysiology of the autonomic
    integration from the osteopathic perspective in relation to the osteopathic disorder.
  • Introduction to the examination and normalizing technics for the art. sacro-
    iliacalea, and ilio-sacralea.

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Extensive hands- on practical education and training of the examination, stuctural and
functional normalizing technics for the art. sacro- iliacalea and ilio- sacralea.

Module 4edo-logo100

 

  • Functional anatomy and biomechanics of the spine
  • Vegetative integration:
    • the afferent system

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  • Structural and functional anatomy, and the biomechanics of the cervical, the
    thoracic and the lumbar spine
  • The osteopathic relevance of the autonomic integration in general and in specific
    the autonomic nervous system, the afferent pathway.
  • Introduction to the examination and normalizing technics for the cervical, thoracic,
    and lumbar spine.

 

Extensive hands- on practical education and training of the examination, structural and
functional normalizing technics for the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine

Module 5edo-logo100

 

  • Cranio sacral osteopathy:
    • the equine ten steps procedure

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  • Structural and functional anatomy and the biomechanics of the neurocranium , the
    viscerocranium, the meningeal system, the sutures and the synchondrosis spheno
    basilaris and the osteopathic importance to the parietal and visceral system in relation to
    the fysiology of the vegetative integration.
  • Introduction to the practical application through the ten steps procedure of the
    cranio sacral osteopathy to the equine, examination and normalizing technics for the
    cranio sacral system.

 

Extensive hands- on practical educationand training of the examination and normalizing
techniques for the cranio sacral system.

Module 6edo-logo100

 

  • the cranial nerves
  • cranio sacral osteopathy in function of the cranial nerves

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  • The structural and functional anatomy and the osteopathic relevance of the cranial
    nerves.
  • Introduction to the examination and normalization in relation and function with the
    pathways, entrapment possibi;lities and possible, symptoms within the functionality of
    the cranio sacral osteopathy.
  • Extensive repitition hands- on practical education and training of the examination
    of the cranial nerves, the normalization of the possible.

 

Entrapments and symptoms in function of the cranio sacral osteopathy.

Module 7edo-logo100

 

  • functional anatomy and biomechanics of the diaphragm, ribs and sternal bone , the
    abdominal wall

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  • Structural and functional anatomy, biomechanics of the diaphragm the ribs and the
    sternal bone.
  • Fysiology and osteopathic relevance of the diaphragm in relation to the parietal,
    visceral, cranio sacral the vascular, and respiratory system and the results in the
    adaptation systems of the body.
  • Introduction to the examination and normalizing techniques for the diaphragm, ribs,
    and sternal bone.

 

Extensive hands- on education and training in the examination and normalizing
techniques of the diaphragm, ribs and sternal bone.

Module 8edo-logo100

 

  • visceral osteopathy part – 1:
    • liver, spleen, pancreas, stomach, duodenum
    • the thoracic and abdominal wall, the inguinal region

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  • Introduction to the principles of the visceral osteopathy, the visceral mobility,
    motility and automatisms, the visceral articulation, the visceral disorder: serosity and
    non- serosity.
  • Structural and functional anatomy, the biomechanics and the osteopathic
    relevance of the liver, spleen, stomach pancreas and duodenum in relation to the
    autonomic integration, the circulatory and parietal system.
  • Introduction to the examination and osteopathic normalizing techniques for the
    liver, spleen, stomach pancreas and duodenum.

 

Functional and structural anatomy of the thoracic and abdominal wall , the inguinal
region of the mare and stallion and the osteopathic relevance of immasculation.

Module 9edo-logo100

 

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

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  • Structural and functional anatomy, the biomechanics and the osteopathic
    relevance of the kidneys, bladder, urethers, uterus, ovaries, prostate and deferent duct in
    relation to the circulatory, the cranio sacral and the parietal system.
  • introduction to the examination and osteopathic normalizing technics for the pelvic room.
  • functional and structural anatomy of the thoracic and abdominal wall ,the inguinal region
    of the mare and stallion and the osteopathic relevance of immasculation for the gelding.

Module 10edo-logo100

 

  • TMG

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  • Functional and structural anatomy, the biomechanics and osteopathic relevance of
    the TMJ within the parietal, the visceral and the craniosacral system.
  • Introduction to the structural and functional osteopathic normalizing technics for
    the TMJ.
  • Extensive hands- on practical education of the examination and osteopathic
    normalizing technics for the TMJ.
  • Introduction to the osteopathic examination and interpretation protocol.

 

 

Duration: 4 days


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The final exams:

 

Day one: written exam.

 

  • Five written open questions.
  • 20 points each question if answered right.
  • Ten multiple choise question.
  • 10 points each question if answered right.
  • Ten false or true statement.
  • 10 points each question if answered right.
  • Total points for written exam: 300 points.

To pass the written exam the candidate has to accomplish at least 65% of the points as a
minimum ( 195 points)

 

Day two: practical exam

 

  • Exam committee: minimum of :
    • 1 veterinarian edo.
    • 1 do. edo.
    • 30 minuts practical exam through case introduction and questioning and actual
      performance of examination and normalizing technics by the student whitnessed by the
      exam committee.

 

Duration: 2 days

  • All students will be given the necessary time to accomplish their written exam as they need.
  • The practical exam will take 30 minutes each student.
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