Conference Program

Osteopathy Conference 2021
„Joints & Manipulation”

19.-21.11.2021, Berlin


Morning lectures: 08:00-12:45


08:00 – 08:15
Welcome


08:15 – 08:45
Leonard van der Geer D.O.-M.R.O., B.Sc. Ost. (NLD)
Does reduced visco-elasticity of bone influence joint biomechanics?


08:45 – 09:15
Prof. Paul Hodges PhD, DSc, MD, BPhty (Hons) (AUS)
Pain and joint dysfunction: How are they related?


09:15 – 09:45
Prof. Hans-Georg Schaible MD (DEU)
Neurobiology of joint pain


09:45 – 10:15
Prof. Sunil Kumar Joshi (IND)
Marma science and Marma therapy: Universally sustainable Medical system


10:15 – 10:45
Coffee break


10:45 – 11:15
Gez Lamb (GBR)
What makes a spinal manipulation specific?


11:15 – 11:45
Eyal Lederman PhD, DO (GBR)
Osteopathic Functional Exercise Prescription


11:45 – 12:15
Michael L. Kuchera PhD, DO(USA)
Cervical OMT: Focus on the Facet


12:15 – 12:45
Eric Prat DO (FRA)
How to address hypermobility and instability of the joints in Osteopathy


12:45 – 14:00
Lunch break


Afternoon lectures: 14:00-18:30


14:00 – 14:30
Prof. Frank Willard PhD, DO (Hons) (USA)g>
What the Joint tells the Brain and Immune System


14:30 – 15:00
Prof. Wilfrid Jänig PhD emeritus (DEU)
Control of joint functioning by the sympathetic nervous system


15:00 – 15:30
Christian Fossum DO (NOR)
From Joints to the Central Nervous System


15:30 – 16:00
Edward G. Stiles MD, DO (USA)
Joints


16:00 – 16:15
Coffee break


16:15 – 16:45
David Tatton DO (GBR)
Observation, Palpation and the application of High Velocity Low Amplitude Thrusts


16:45 – 17:15
Torsten Liem M.Sc. Ost., M.Sc. Paed. Ost., DO, DPO (DEU)
Somato-energetic-emotional dysfunction in Psychosomatic Osteopathy


17:15 – 17:30
Award:
„Irvin M. Korr“ Medal of Honor


17:30 – 18:00
Prof. William H. Devine PhD, DO (USA)
Clinical Diagnostic and Treatment Concepts in Manipulative Treatment of Shoulder and Hip Problems


18:00 – 18:30
Stephen Sandler PhD, DO (GBR)
The Visceral System and the Somatic systems; a two way street


18:45 – 19:00
Book presentation:
Leonard van der Geer “Intra Osseous Restrictions”


Morning workshops: 09:30-12:30


V 01
Prof. William H. Devine PhD, DO (USA)
An Osteopathic Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Shoulder and Hip Problems


V 02
Prof. Paul Hodges PhD, DSc, MD, BPhty (Hons) (AUS)
Evaluation and interpretation of changes on muscle function in back pain


V 03
Prof. Sunil Kumar Joshi (IND)
Marmapranasana: Vedic way to self healing


V 04
Benita Kropman (ZAF)
A short cut to releasing locked fascia patterns in the upper body for more effective and lasting joint manipulations


V 05
Gez Lamb (GBR)
SAT in the traumatic field


V 06
Eyal Lederman PhD, DO (GBR)
Osteopathic Harmonic Techniques


V 07
Eric Prat DO (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


V 08
Stephen Sandler PhD, DO (GBR)
Functional Technique the Basics and Functional Technique and the Viscera (I)


V 09
Edward G. Stiles MD, DO (USA)
Functional / Laughlin-Still


V 10
Leonard van der Geer D.O.-M.R.O., B.Sc. Ost. (NLD)
The osteopathic and Intra-osseous view, examination and treatment of undefined knee


V 11
Prof. Frank Willard PhD, DO (Hons) (USA)
The Joints of the Body


V 12
David Tatton DO (GBR)
Structural Osteopathic Technique and HVLAT applied to the cervical spine, thorax and upper extremity.


V 13
Bruno Chikly MD, DO (USA)
Articulations in the Cranial Field: Taking the Next Steps with the Non Invasive Models of Swedenborg, Sutherland and Poyet


12:30 – 13:30
Lunch break


Afternoon workshops: 13:30-16:30


N 01
Prof. William H. Devine PhD, DO (USA)
An Osteopathic Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Shoulder and Hip Problems


N 02
Prof. Paul Hodges PhD, DSc, MD, BPhty (Hons) (AUS)
Evaluation and interpretation of changes on muscle function in back pain


N 03
Prof. Sunil Kumar Joshi (IND)
Marmapranasana: Vedic way to self healing


N 04
Benita Kropman (ZAF)
A short cut to releasing locked fascia patterns in the upper body for more effective and lasting joint manipulations


N 05
Gez Lamb (GBR)
SAT in the traumatic field


N 06
Eyal Lederman PhD, DO (GBR)
Osteopathic Harmonic Techniques


N 07
Eric Prat DO (FRA)
A quite unknown joint: C0-C2: How to balance the cranio-cervical junction and specifically the odontoidal ligaments with recoil technic


N 08
Stephen Sandler PhD, DO (GBR)
Functional Technique the Basics and Functional Technique and the Viscera (I)


N 09
Edward G. Stiles MD, DO (USA)
Functional / Laughlin-Still


N 10
Leonard van der Geer D.O.-M.R.O., B.Sc. Ost. (NLD)
The osteopathic and Intra-osseous view, examination and treatment of undefined knee


N 11
Prof. Frank Willard PhD, DO (Hons) (USA)
The Joints of the Body


N 12
David Tatton DO (GBR)
Structural Osteopathic Technique and HVLAT applied to the cervical spine, thorax and upper extremity


N 13
Torsten Liem M.Sc. Ost., M.Sc. Paed. Ost., DO, DPO (DEU)
The awareness of body, arousal, heart and mind of patient and therapist in somatic dysfunction


Morning workshops: 09:30-12:30


V 01
Lucia Pereira PGDO, B.Sc. (Hons) Ost., DO (FRA)
Revisited lumbar roll using the latest research on diaphragm, IAP and rehabilitation


V 02
Prof. Paul Hodges PhD, DSc, MD, BPhty (Hons) (AUS)
Evaluation and interpretation of the interaction between breathing, continence and back pain


V 03
Christian Fossum DO (NOR)
Tips & Tricks treating the joints


V 04
Prof. Wilfrid Jänig (DEU) & Prof. Hans-Georg Schaible (DEU)
Neuroimmune connection in inflammation


V 05
Millicent King Channell DO (USA)
Osteopathic considerations for headache


V 06
Michael L. Kuchera PhD, DO (USA)
Precise Facet-Focused Cervical OMT Techniques


V 07
Gez Lamb (GBR)
Spinal Diagnosis with an SAT intention


V 08
Eyal Lederman PhD, DO (GBR)
Frozen Shoulder


V 09
Eric Prat DO (FRA)
How to treat hypermobility ad instability of the joints


V 10
Stephen Sandler PhD, DO (GBR)
Functional Technique the Basics and Functional Technique and the Viscera (II)


V 11
Edward G. Stiles MD, DO (USA)
Muscle Energy: from the perspective of how Fred Mitchell, Sr. DO originally taught it


V 12
Leonard van der Geer D.O.-M.R.O., B.Sc. Ost. (NLD)
The osteopathic and Intra-osseous view, examination and treatment of a side impact trauma at the shoulder joint


V 13
Bruno Chikly MD, DO (USA)
Articulations in the Cranial Field: Taking the Next Steps with the Non Invasive Models of Swedenborg, Sutherland and Poyet


12:30 – 13:30
Lunch break


Afternoon workshops: 13:30-16:30


N 01
Lucia Pereira PGDO, B.Sc. (Hons) Ost., DO (FRA)
Revisited lumbar roll using the latest research on diaphragm, IAP and rehabilitation


N 02
Prof. Paul Hodges PhD, DSc, MD, BPhty (Hons) (AUS)
Evaluation and interpretation of the interaction between breathing, continence and back pain


N 03
Christian Fossum DO (NOR)
Tips & Tricks treating the joints


N 04
Prof. Wilfrid Jänig (DEU) & Prof. Hans-Georg Schaible (DEU)
Neuroimmune connection in inflammation


N 05
Benita Kropman (ZAF)
A short cut to releasing locked fascia patterns in the pelvis and legs for more effective and lasting joint manipulations


N 06
Michael L. Kuchera PhD, DO (USA)
Precise Facet-Focused Cervical OMT Techniques


N 07
Gez Lamb (GBR)
Spinal Diagnosis with an SAT intention


N 08
Eyal Lederman PhD, DO (GBR)
Frozen Shoulder


N 09
Bruno Chikly MD, DO (USA)
Articulations in the Cranial Field:Taking the Next Steps with the Non Invasive Models of Swedenborg, Sutherland and Poyet


N 10
Stephen Sandler PhD, DO (GBR)
Functional Technique the Basics and Functional Technique and the Viscera (II)


N 11
Edward G. Stiles MD, DO (USA)
Muscle Energy: from the perspective of how Fred Mitchell, Sr. DO originally taught it


N 12
Millicent King Channell DO (USA)
Evaluating and treating dysfunctions of the shoulder girdle


N 13
David Tatton DO (GBR)
Structural Osteopathic Technique and HVLAT applied to the lumbar spine, pelvis and lower extremity.






All conference lectures will be translated into German and/or into English. Unless otherwise stated, the workshops will be held in English, with translation into German.



The host reserves the right to make changes to the programme.