Removing Cranial Dural Stress Patterns through the Sutural System

In this streaming video Dr. Rosen discusses the anatomy of the cranial sutural system, its effect on the dural meningeal mechanics of the cranium, and the global effect this has on spinal and pelvic stability. You will learn cranial landmarks, evaluation protocols to determine cranial sutural integrity, and the corrective procedures for sutural subluxation patterns.

The original sutural correction protocol taught by Major DeJarnette was a seven step process. In this video all seven steps will be demonstrated and you will learn how to incorporate them into your practice. Changing the cranial sutural mechanics affects TMJ function, the dural meningeal system, and head posture and pelvic stability. Learning to make corrections to this system will enhance your ability to correct aberrant postural, meningeal, neurological, and structural imbalances in your patients.

Includes a PDF workbook.

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Evaluation and Correction of Plagiocephaly and Flat-Head Syndrome

This streaming video covers the clinical evaluation and corrective protocols for Plagiocephaly, Brachycephaly, Scaphlocephaly and Flat-head syndrome. Dr. Rosen discusses the causes (both extrinsic and intrinsic), the variations, and the treatment protocols for these cranial distortions.

The specific cranial adjusting protocols addressed in this video are discussed and demonstrated in greater detail in Dr. Rosen’s book Pediatric Chiropractic Care and in other videos that can be found on this website: Intra-Oral Cranial Adjusting Protocols for the Adult and Pediatric Patient, Clinically Applicable Cranial Techniques for the Adult and Pediatric Patient and Correcting Individual Cranial Bone Imbalances (intra-oral) and TMD Patterns.

This streaming video affords the practitioner a valuable tool set to evaluate and work with patients with Plagiocephaly, Brachycephaly, Scaphlocephaly and Flat-head syndrome.

Includes a PDF workbook.

  • Price: $60.00

Correcting Individual Cranial Bone Imbalances (intra-oral) and TMD Patterns

Previously Titled: Correcting Cranial Specific Subluxation Patterns and TMJ

This streaming video (powerpoint workbook included) covers the anatomy and physiology of the Temporo Mandibular Joint as well as the complete evaluation and correction protocols for various TMD scenarios.

You will learn the specific cranial subluxation patterns the are present with TMJ dysfunction and their corrections. The focus will be on occipital, sphenobasilar, temporal and frontal subluxation patterns and how their evaluation and correction will assist in determining the type of TMJ correction necessary and help stabilize it more efficiently.

Intra-oral corrective procedures will be demonstrated.

The streaming videos also cover the complete correction protocols for a variety types of TMD including: occlusion, rotational and translation dysfuctions, cross-bite issues, posterior mandible, pterygoid balancing, disc issues (popping, clicking and hypermobility) and other clinical applicable cranial corrections related to TMD.

  • Price: $195.00

Introduction to Cranial Evaluation and Adjusting

Streaming Video One discusses the use of cranial techniques, the bony and sutural anatomy of the cranium, the dural meningeal system (its attachments and influence on cranial mechanics), and the ventricular relationships of cerebrospinal fluid movement. Also discussed are the different cranial bone ranges of motion: manual, primary and secondary respiratory, and dural. A palpation exercise to familiarize the practitioner with these types of motion is taught.

Streaming Video Two contains cranial adjusting protocols and diagnostic tools with explanations and demonstrations. Techniques shown include: CSF balancing and regulation techniques, sphenobasilar corrections, specific cranial bone corrective protocols (extra-oral), and symptom specific techniques.

If you are looking for a better understanding of cranial mechanics, or want to learn cranial adjusting protocols to incorporate into your practice, these streaming videos will be a valuable tool.

Includes a PDF workbook.

  • Price: $125.00

Intra-Oral Cranial Adjusting Protocols for the Adult and Pediatric Patient

In this streaming video set you will learn the art of intra-oral cranial adjusting. These techniques are some of the most specific and effective ways to make cranial corrections. Intra-oral corrective protocols will often succeed when extra-oral corrections are not making the desired changes.

Specific corrections are included for subluxations of the occiput, temporals, frontal, sphenoid (including the sphenobasilar, sphenoid wing and spheno-maxillary suture) and palate. Also included are external cranial finishing/balancing techniques and cranial facial sutural protocols to balance the cranium and restore normal cerebrospinal fluid movement after intra-oral corrections.

Demonstrations and explanations are done with lecture and PowerPoint support on both a dry skull and live model to help clarify contact points, vectors of correction and specific adjusting procedures.

Includes a PDF workbook.

If you wish to take your cranial adjusting skills and practice to the next level, this streaming video set can play an integral part in reaching your clinical goals.

  • Price: $195.00

Tongue-Tie and Palate Evaluation Procedures

The issue of tongue-tie (ankyloglossia) is becoming more common in the pediatric population. To address this issue, Dr. Rosen discusses the protocols necessary to evaluate tongue-tie and what effect the different grades of tongue-tie have on the developing child. He also covers the different approaches to correction of the tongue-tie, when surgical intervention is necessary, and when more conservative procedures are appropriate. The correction protocols for the palate are also covered in instances when tongue-tie is present.

In this streaming video Dr. Rosen demonstrates the protocols for evaluating the palate and its relationship to cranial mechanics and tongue-tie. Determining proper palate anatomy and physiology is crucial to evaluating the proper function of the entire cranium. Understanding palatal mechanics and anatomy allows the practitioner to determine how the cranial sutural and dural meningeal system is working. The effect of the palatine and maxillary bones on cranial bone growth, functional issues (i.e. nursing, feeding and speech) and the neurological development of the child are of paramount importance. Correction protocols for specific palate distortions are demonstrated as well as how these distortions affect the rest of the cranium.

Includes a PDF workbook for reference.

  • Price: $60.00

Clinically Applicable Cranial Techniques for the Adult and Pediatric Patient

In this streaming video you will learn specific cranial adjusting protocols for a variety of adult and infant symptomatic presentations as well as techniques to enhance their overall state of well-being.

Techniques to reduce inflammatory processes, work with sinus issues, hyperactivity, attention issues, balance and coordination challenges, sympathetic and parasympathetic imbalances are included, as well as cranial adjusting protocols to enhance vitality and cerebrospinal fluid motion.

Each technique protocol is taught in a lecture and hands-on demonstration format. They are designed to be implemented immediately into your practice regardless of your present spinal technique adjusting paradigm.

A correlation section and PDF workbook is included to allow you to reference which techniques best suit your patient's needs and your current skill level.

  • Price: $195.00