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Instructor:
Dr. Rosen, Dr. Watson
Location:
Online
Early Enrollment Ends:
Enrollment Ends:
Course Start Date:
TBD

Balancing the Sacro Occipital Respiratory Motion (SOR)

Are you working with patients with chronic recurring structural subluxation patterns that are difficult to remove or reduce? “The only true subluxation you ever see must be in a child prior to the age of seven years…. If this subluxation goes uncorrected it becomes a primary source of stimulus through life.” said Major Bertrand Dejarnette. Learn to unlock underlying subluxation, before it becomes a lifelong compensatory pattern.

The SOR subluxation produces an abnormal neurological stimulus, changes dura meningeal tension, affects movement of CSF and has a global effect on spinal and cranial mechanics in the infant, child, and adult. This system lays the foundation for proper, neurological, and structural development, especially in the first two years of life. After that time, if left uncorrected, it can become the underlying cause for recurrent or unresolved structural compensatory patterns/ subluxations. Learning to determine if there is an underlying ascending (sacrum – occiput) or descending (occiput – sacrum) primary subluxation and being able to correct it can be a game changer in your patient care protocols.

In this course you will learn the complete protocols to evaluate the SOR and correct imbalances found in this system, effectively, safely, and efficiently. By finding and addressing the primary meningeal subluxation, you will have an effective protocol to help address those more challenging cases, reduce, or remove chronic subluxation patterns, and get to the underlying cause of many of the neurological, meningeal, and structural issues that have been challenging in your practice.

Skills You Will Learn

✓ Determining whether you have a primary ascending or descending subluxation

✓ Balancing the sacral and occipital motions

✓ Correcting either/and primary sacral or occipital subluxations

✓ Uncover the primary dural subluxation in the thoracic or lumbar spine

Resources Provided

✓ Video class modules

✓ Evaluation & technique presentations

✓ Practical demonstrations

✓ Calls to action (CTAs)

✓ Live calls with instructor

✓ Interactive private Facebook group

✓ Complete PDF workbooks

✓ Email access to Dr. Rosen & Dr. Watson

Course Contents

8 Modules | 8 CTAs

Class 1 – Primary Dural Subluxation

Class 2 – Sacral Occipital Motion

Class 3 – SOR Evaluation

Class 4 – Anterior Sacrum and Sacral Segmental Adjustment

Class 5 – Occipital Sideslip and Compression and Line One Occipital Fiber

Class 6 – Steps for Ascending and Descending Subluxation Correction

Class 7 – Demonstration of Primary Ascending Meningeal Correction

Class 8 – Demonstration of Primary Descending Meningeal Correction

Meet the Instructors

As early as first quarter in chiropractic school they were attracted to each other’s commitment to chiropractic and the pursuit of excellence.  Their combined 80 years of personal and clinical and teaching experience, in delivering the chiropractic adjustment is unparalleled in the chiropractic profession.  Their international outreach through teaching, writing and lecturing has been a driving force in their personal and professional careers since their first seminar taught together as students, in 1979.

Their years of experience have taught them what works and what does not work to create a successful practice and lifestyle. The more competent and comprehensive your expertise you will find that more patients will seek your services and your practice will grow exponentially.

Feedback from Our Students


Testimonial: Dr. Kylie Phillips


“I had just completed the pregnancy course with you and wanted to keep studying/learning more (as I am passionate about continuing to be able to serve my community to the best of my ability). So the Pediatric programme was the next step as I felt like I needed more understanding in cranial work but also because I had some tricky cases of little ones that I didn’t know how to help.

My takeaways are to Keep up with the work as you go and implement it into your office as you go – Don’t be afraid to ask questions and post to the class page – Getting a skull to practice on is really important to help cement what you are learning.

Personally and professionally it has increased my confidence but also inspired me to keep on learning and keep aiming to master this content. Seeing something once doesn’t make you a master

Early in the course I sent in pictures of a twin that I was looking after who had big cranial issues, Dr. Rosen gave me direction based off his photos. As the course went on I learnt more and understood why he said what he did. And slowly but surely we have seen some great changes, most noticeably last week when we took some new photos and can see some great changes in his head shape (Dad has been questioning if there was a difference and Mum felt like there was…..the pictures showed there was!)

I recommend this program.  You will gain great assessment skills, indicators to track at future progress exams and the ability to explain what you are finding and how it affects the child

This is the best Pediatric course that I have taken to date; it is big on content that is immediately applicable to practice no matter where you are in your career

Thank you so much for being so incredible Martin and Nancy!! Love studying with you and I am sad that the course is over :(“


Testimonial: Dr. Stephanie Libs

“I BEGGED Nancy to open up a space for me for this course and I’m SO grateful! When Marty taught for ICPA it was one of my favorite courses and I realized there were things in practice I do every day that I learned from him. I wanted to deepen my knowledge and understanding of cranial work as it’s so powerful in practice.

My three takeaways:

1. This program really went deep into cranial techniques.
2. There was so much follow up support with the love sessions.
3. The homework was really helpful at keeping me on track and implementing what I had been learning.

I feel like I’m really just starting. I’ve been in practice for 11 years now and I feel like this course is what I’ve been looking for. Now I have a better understanding of the cranial system. I also get frustrated when we get compared to craniosacral therapists, now I KNOW I have a much more robust training and technique.

I see so many babies with breastfeeding issues. I have been doing oral work for years now but this course gave me so much specificity for the palate, SBJ and facial bones. I love the Sutherland’s cant hook and the fruit jar techniques. Those have been a game changer in my office for babies breastfeeding and breathing,

YES YES YES, I would recommend this program.  This is the master class! Any doc who does cranial and or sees babies should do this.

This course is so much more than a cranial class. It goes in depth in neurology, anatomy, physiology, brain development, practice management, marketing and personal growth. It really pushed me to be better and we all owe that to our communities and to our profession. I felt so supported by Marty and Nancy and I’m so excited to continue learning from them.”


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