Osteopathy Conference
Joints & Manipulation

June 9th-11th 2023

Holiday Inn Berlin Airport Conference Centre

Focus with us for one weekend on the manipulation of joints in all its facets. Our portfolio could hardly be more international.


Numerous masters of their field, from osteopathy as well as medicine, offer versatile space for perspectives and approaches to the most diverse techniques and models in the here and now of manipulation.

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Conference Program

09:00-09:15

Welcome

 

09:15-09:45

Phil Austin (AUS)

Virtual reality-based programs for muscle strength, balance control and pain relief

 

09:50-10:20

Paul Hodges (AUS)

Pain and joint dysfunction: How are they related?

 

10:25-10:40

Award of the “Irvin M. Korr – Medal of Honor”

 

10:45-11:15

Hans-Georg Schaible (AUS)

Neurobiology of joint pain

 

11:20-11:50

Sunil Kumar Joshi (IND)

Marma science and Marma therapy: Universally sustainable Medical system

 

11:50-12:25

Coffee break

 

12:25-12:55

Gez Lamb (GBR)

What makes a spinal manipulation specific?

 

13:00-13:30

Frank Willard (USA)

What the Joint tells the Brain and Immune System

N01 Phil Austin (AUS)
The effects of thoraco-lumbar mobilisation and colon function

N02 Millicent K. Channel (USA)
Osteopathic considerations for headache

N04 Christian Fossum (NOR)
Tips & Tricks treating the joints

N07 Michael L. Kuchera (USA)
Fine-Tuning Regional & Segmental Spinal OMT for Optimal Outcomes

N08 David Lachaize (FRA)
Structural tissue manipulation of the pelvis and lumbosacral region.

N09 Gez Lamb (GBR)
SAT in the traumatic field

N10 Eyal Lederman (GBR)
Osteopathic Harmonic Techniques

N11 Lucia Pereira (FRA)
Revisited lumbar roll using the latest research on diaphragm, IAP and rehabilitational

N12 Eric Prat (FRA)
Key points of the shoulder: ligaments, labrum, rotator cuff muscles and the rotator interval: How to treat purposely the soft tissue of the shoulder with recoil technic

N13 Hans-Georg Schaible (DEU)
Neuroimmune connection in inflammation

N14 Timothy J. Sparrow (BEL)
Re-exploring the traditional osteopathic concept of “adjustment“- Long leveradjustment and integration of pelvis, lumbar, thoracic and cervical spine

N16 David Tatton (GBR)
Structural Osteopathic Technique and HVLAT applied to the cervical spine, thorax and upper extremity

N19 Deoora, Tajinder (GBR)

Pediatric approach to the context of joints – part 1

08:45-09:15

Christian Fossum (NOR)
From Joints to the Central Nervous System

 

09:20-09:50

Edward G. Stiles (USA)
Joints

 

09:55-10:25

David Tatton (GBR)
Observation, Palpation and the application of High Velocity Low Amplitude Thrusts (HVLAT)

 

10:30-10:40

Event

 

10:45-11:15

Torsten Liem (DEU)
Somato-energetic-emotional dysfunction in Psychosomatic Osteopathy

 

11:20-11:50

William Devine (USA)
Clinical Diagnostic and Treatment Concepts in Manipulative Treatment of Shoulder and Hip Problems

 

11:50-12:25

Coffee break

 

12:25-12:55

Michael L. Kuchera (USA) 
Cervical OMT: Focus on the Facet

 

13:00-13:30

Eyal Lederman (GBR)
Osteopathic Functional Exercise Prescription

N01 Phil Austin (AUS)

The effects of thoraco-lumbar mobilisation and colon function

N02 Millicent King Channel (USA)

Osteopathic considerations for headache

(Fully booked!)

N03 William H. Devine (USA)

An Osteopathic Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Shoulder and Hip Problems

N05 Paul Hodges (AUS)

Evaluation and interpretation of changes on muscle function in back pain

N06 Sunil Kumar Joshi (IND)

Marmapranasana: Vedic way to self healing

N08 David Lachaize (FRA)

Structural tissue manipulation of the cervical spine and the 1st rib

(Fully booked!)

N12 Eric Prat (FRA)

Key points of the shoulder: ligaments, labrum, rotator cuff muscles and the rotator interval: How to treat purposely the soft tissue of the shoulder with recoil technic

N13 Frank Willard (USA)

The Joints of the Body

N14 Timothy Jason Sparrow (BEL)

Re-exploring the traditional osteopathic concept of “adjustment“- Adjustment and integration of hip, knee, foot, shoulder, elbow and wrist.

N16 David Tatton (GBR)

Structural Osteopathic Technique and HVLAT applied to the cervical spine, thorax and upper extremity

N17 Leonard van der Geer (NED)

The osteopathic and Intra-osseous view, examination and treatment of undefined knee

N18 Torsten Liem (DEU)

The awareness of body, arousal, heart and mind of patient and therapist in somatic dysfunction

N19 Deoora, Tajinder (GBR)

Pediatric approach to the context of joints – part 2

V01 Phil Austin (AUS)
Assessment, treatment and self-management techniques for chronic shoulder conditions
(Fully booked!)

V02 Millicent K. Channel (USA)
Evaluating and treating dysfunctions of the shoulder girdle

V03 William H. Devine (USA)
An Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Hand, Wrist and Elbow

V04 Christian Fossum (NOR)
Somatic dysfunction: Considerations from the viewpoint of clinical philosophy and practice

V07 Michael L. Kuchera (USA)
Integrated OMT for Patients with Ankle Sprains & Strains

V08 David Lachaize (FRA)
Structural tissue manipulation of the pelvis and lumbosacral region.

V09 Gez Lamb (GBR)
Spinal Diagnosis with an SAT intention

V10 Eyal Lederman (GBR)
Frozen Shoulder
(Fully booked!)

V11 Lucia Pereira (FRA) 

Tips and Tricks for women to manipulate successfully

V12 Eric Prat (FRA)
A quite unknown joint: C0C2: How to balance the craniocervical junction and specifically the odontoidal ligaments with recoil technic

V13 Hans-Georg Schaible (DEU)
Neuroimmune connection in inflammation
(Fully booked!)

V16 David Tatton (GBR)
Structural Osteopathic Technique and HVLA applied to the lumbar spine, pelvis and lower extremity.

V19 Deoora, Tajinder (GBR)

Pediatric approach to the context of joints – part 3

N01 Phil Austin (AUS)
Assessment, treatment and self-management techniques for chronic shoulder conditions

N02 Millicent K. Channel (USA)
Evaluating and treating dysfunctions of the shoulder girdle

N03 William H. Devine (USA)
An Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Knee, Ankle and Foot

N04 Christian Fossum (NOR)
Somatic dysfunction: Considerations from the viewpoint of clinical philosophy and practice

N05 Paul Hodges (AUS)
Evaluation and interpretation of the interaction between breathing, continence and back pain

N06 Sunil Kumar Joshi (IND)
Interrelationship between Yogic Practices and Marma Science

N07 Michael L. Kuchera (USA)
Integrated OMT for Patients with Ankle Sprains & Strains

N08 David Lachaize (FRA)
Structural tissue manipulation of the cervical spine and the 1st rib
(Fully booked!)

N11 Lucia Pereira (FRA)

Tips and Tricks for women to manipulate successfully

N12 Eric Prat (FRA)

A quite unknown joint: C0C2: How to balance the craniocervical junction and specifically the odontoidal ligaments with recoil technic

N13 Frank Willard (USA)

The joints of the body

N16 David Tatton (GBR)
Structural Osteopathic Technique and HVLA applied to the lumbar spine, pelvis and lower extremity.
(Fully booked!)

N19 Deoora, Tajinder (GBR)

Pediatric approach to the context of joints – part 4

Tickets

The congress fee includes the lectures, workshops, lunch and coffee breaks during the lectures.

Extras

07.06. – 08.06.2023

Michael L. Kuchera (USA)

Osteopathic Gateways in the Management  of Upper Extremity Dysfunction

 

12.06. – 13.06.2023

Torsten Liem (DEU)

Psychosomatic Osteopathy and treatment of somatic dysfunction

 

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Aufgang B15/C15

13347 Berlin

Germany

 

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