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CPD course: Rediscovering the Techniques of A. T. Still

BCOM is hosting an exciting course this autumn on ‘Rediscovering the Techniques of A. T. Still’.

This 4 day practical, hands-on course offers systematic learning and practise of Still’s adjustment technique applied to all parts of the musculo-skeletal structure. This course will enable you to reduce your reliance on  High Velocity Thrust (HVT) by learning the gentle and effective adjustments of the ‘lightening bone- setter’ on this hands-on practical course. The course is spread out over 4 days over two weekends to aid assimilation and integration.

To comply with Covid-19 guidelines, there will be a maximum of 12 people on this course and it will take place in a large well ventilated practical room. During the theory part of the course, social distancing measures will be in place. For the practical course face masks and hand sanitisers will be made available.

Course dates: 9.30am- 5.30pm Saturday 12th September, 9.30am  – 5.30pm Sunday 13th September, 9.30am  – 5.30pm Saturday 3rd October,  9.30am  – 5.30pm Sunday 4th October

Venue details:  British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM), 120-122 Finchley Rd NW3 5HR (Nearest tube: Finchley Road)

Cost: £500

CPD certificate of attendance provided

Course Director: Norman Baker (B Ost)
Norman Baker worked as a structural engineer for 25 years before studying Osteopathy at the BSO, qualifying in 2004. That year, he was introduced to Still technique by Pierre Bachand, and has since spent many years researching and refining this approach to treatment. He largely attributes the success of his own clinic in Crouch End to the use of this technique, and now wishes to share its effectiveness with other Osteopaths.

To book this course and for further information please contact Chris or Norman on 020 8348 3600 or Email: still.technique@gmail.com to register your interest

Date Posted: 11/08/2020 | Posted In: College News, Events

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