Optimize Your Osteopathic Practice!
Make your practice simpler and more efficient, while producing longer-lasting results with
Robert Morelli D.O.M.P
Endorsed 24 CEUs (OAO)
Endorsed 24 CEUs (OAO)
Any osteopathic practitioner worth his or her salt questions whether their treatment is as efficient, potent, and long-lasting as it can be.
More importantly for you, how efficient, potent and long-lasting can any osteopathic treatment be made to be?
I sincerely believe that manual osteopathy is potentially the most powerful medicine on the planet.
Over the past 15 years I have developed a system of palpation and treatment that unleashes that potential in order to drive the body towards optimal health.
Working with scores of extremely complex patients with chronic health concerns has convinced me that even these patients can usually be helped with osteopathy.
In this course I intend to put that optimism in your hands!
The introduction to this course will provide a context to answer the above questions, relating the practitioner and his or her training to how the concept of the osteopathic lesion has evolved. And, how that can change— practically—your palpation and treatment.
The aim will be to clarify why the thousands of tests and techniques learned at osteopathic institutions can result in a “…cannot see the forest for the trees” conundrum.
The variables of optimal osteopathic treatment lie both in the practitioner and in the patient. The point of this course is to identify, clarify, and learn to control these variables.
These variables will be shown to be exigencies, as they become more and more urgent demands or necessities depending on the complexity of health issues presented by the patient.
In my experience the exigencies are:
Using my personal palpatory protocol, you will experience the benefit of applying these exigencies in all of the body’s systems and structures. In this way, participants will distill and refine their own protocol of assessment.
Furthermore, using this protocol, you will not only discover those structures that you do not typically treat, but how including them drives the potency of your work.
I sincerely look forward to seeing you,
Robert Morelli is a full-time Manual Osteopathic Practitioner in Toronto with over 20,000 clinic hours of experience.
He has served as Faculty Member and Head Clinic Supervisor at the Canadian College of Osteopathy, Toronto, as well as on the Board of Directors of the Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners.
Robert Morelli has a B.Sc. from Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut and a D.O.M.P from the Canadian College of Osteopathy.
Robert Morelli presented “Equipoise: Placing the Hand Between Body, Mind and Spirit” at the Osteopathic European Academic Network (OsEAN) Open Forum on Palpation in Potsdam, Germany (2011).