Brain, Eye, Membranes & CSF - Calgary, AB
Join developer and instructor, Dr.Bruno Chikly as he guides us into the eyeball, and works with extreme skill and technique how to work with its many intricacies.
In this class we will cover numerous approaches and techniques for the eyes, the intracranial Meninges, as well as techniques for CSF in three different compartments of the cranium including the glymphatic patheways and the cisterns.
1- First of all, we will help balance the whole CNS then specifically the optic pathways.
The techniques for the eyes and optic pathways use non invasive fluid and fascia approaches. They can help many ocular problems as well as general health problems. For example we will work on the choroid layer for astigmatism. The work on the eyes may release structures in the whole body; this is not just limited to postural changes. For example, the technique for strabismus can help release this condition in a few minutes but will also help release the eyes, brain and the rest of the body. In case of LASIK refractive surgery, for example, this work may help decrease the presence of halos around lights at night-time, but it may also help day vision and global posture.
2- It is not easy to work on every fiber in every direction of the intracranial meninges. Beryl E. Arbuckle, DO, FACOP, one of the first teachers in the faculty of WG Sutherland, developed a technique that has unfortunately been lost to the osteopathic world. Her numerous, precise dissections resulted in beautiful maps of the dural network.
The specific tensegrity work on the cranial meninges is extremely important, for example, for conditions such as motor vehicle accidents, strokes, chronic headaches as well as for children with cerebral palsy, autistic spectrum disorders, Down syndrome, chronic meningitis, etc.
We will use a curved biotensegrity model to release the intracranial meninges.
By releasing the meninges properly you will also help all the membranes of the body, help modify the tensions inside the cranium, thorax, abdomen and pelvis, and support the flow of intracerebral sinuses including sagittal sinuses, straight sinuses, vein of Galen, vein of Rosendal, etc.
We will work with a specific concept of stress bands and reinforcement of the cranial bones (“buttresses”) that can indicate problem with the meninges.
3- The new scientific model for CSF physiology is probably going to make a revolution in our concept of fluid circulation.
We will demonstrate another way to help “drain” CSF in the whole brain. We wil asses the fluid in three spaces:
- Ventricular system
- Brain parenchyma and the glymphatic system
- Subarachnoid spaces (SAS), including cisterns of the brain (waterbeds)
4- The work on the intrinsic electriciy of the brain and brain electromagnetic field is something that can be used in difficult cases.
Class length 3 days
Day 1 - 8:30 a.m. Registration Class begins at 9:00 a.m.
Day 2 - 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Day 3 - 9:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. The Instructor may start earlier to accommodate travel plans at the end of the class.
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