This course will allow you to achieve your Master degree studying from home and following the online interactive live classes. This Master's course is structured in 2 + 1 years, composed of theoretical and practical lessons. After completing the training there will be case study thesis presentation, and examination to achieve the University Diploma Certificate.
· History of the terapito manual and Concepts
Introduction to the history of this therapy.
Muscle shortening test.
Anamnesis and exploration of the patient.
Concept of vertebral manipulation.
Indications andwith traindications of manualtherapy.
Insertion and innervation of muscle chains.
Study of the homeopathic remedies, food supplements and physiotherapymost used in manual therapy.
· Pelvis, Sacrum and Lumbar
Physiology and anatomy of the pelvic, sacral and lumbar rachis area.
Definition and treatment of herniated discs.
Knowledge of allopathic diagnostic tests (x-rays, CT, MRI, analytical, densitometry, etc ...).
Neuroanatomy of the pelvic, sacral and lumbar spine.
Biomechanics of the pelvic, sacral and lumbar rachis area.
Testing and diagnosis of osteopathic lesions in the sacrum and lumbar.
Correction maneuvers in the pelvic, sacral and lumbar spine.
· Dorsal and costal grill (ribs)
Physiology and anatomy of the dorsal spine, lower and upper extremities.
Neuroanatomy of the dorsal spine, lower and upper extremities.
Biomechanics of the dorsal spine, lower and upper extremities.
Incidence of herniated discs at this level.
Degenerative pathologies at the dorsal level.
Testing and diagnosis of osteopathic lesions at the level of the dorsal spine.
Correction manipulations in the dorsal rachis.
· Lower extremities (foot, knee, hip)
Physiology, biomechanics and anatomy of the lower extremities.
Diagnosis and injuries of the lower extremities.
Manipulations of the lower extremities.
Physiology, biomechanics and cervical anatomy.
Cervical pathology and traumatic injuries.
Testing and diagnosis of cervical lesions.
Manipulations of cervical corrections.
· Upper extremities (elbow, shoulder, collarbone, wrist and hand)
Physiology, biomechanics and anatomy of the upper extremities.
Diagnosis and injuries of the upper extremities.
Manipulations of the upper extremities.
· TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint)
Physiology, biomechanics and TMN.
Mandibular dysfunctions and their biochemical (especially liver), postural and energetic correlation (seen through the cycle of the 5 elements in Chinese medicine).
Mandibular alterations, occlusion, bruxism etc. and its neurovegetative relationship with the trigeminal and the pneumogastric.
Pathology of the jaw and its adjacent musculature.
The TMJ and its relationship with the alterations of the muscular chains and the biochemistry.
· Visceral (digestive system, breathing, etc.).
Thoracic and abdominal physiology and anatomy.
Visceral and thoracic anatomopathology.
Postural pathological consequences.
Superficial and deep palpatory anatomy.
Correction manipulations of the abdomen and chest.
Physiology and anatomy of the gynecological apparatus.
Manipulations at the gynecological level.
History of the birth of cranial osteopathy.
Primary respiratory movement.
Anatomy and physiology of the skull, brain and their fluids especially the LRC (cerebrospinal fluid).
Testing and correction of injured structures at the cranial level through myotensive manipulations.
WE WILL INTEGRATE THE 5 BIOLOGICAL LAWS OF GERMANIC MEDICINE CREATED BY DR. HAMER.