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Dr. Rosen, Dr. Watson
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Occipital Fiber Analysis and Soft Tissue Reflex Techniques (CMRT)

How would you like to learn a technique that supports your adjustments and helps stabilize chronic subluxation patterns? Would you like a specific indicator system to pinpoint the type and location of the vertebral distortions present and support protocols to remove and keep it from returning? 

Chiropractic Manipulative Reflex Technique (CMRT) is the answer. In this 10-week online program you will learn the complete evaluation and adjusting protocols for the Occipital Fiber Analysis and Soft Tissue Reflex Technique. 

The demonstrations, workshopping and lecture format will give you the ability to implement these protocols Monday morning in your office. Your questions will be answered, your skill set will be improved, and your practice will flourish. If you would like to add a new dimension to your practice, support your patient’s overall health more effectively, and be the source of referrals from other healthcare professionals and colleagues this course is for you.

Skills You Will Learn

✓ Specific evaluation protocol (occipital fiber analysis) to determine major organ dysfunction

✓ Spinal adjusting protocols to restore normal neurological input to viscersomatic subluxation patterns

✓ Soft tissue techniques to support the healing of specific organ imbalances including, liver, gall bladder, lungs, sinuses, adrenals, intestines, glandular system, and more

✓ Cerebrospinal and lymphatic balance techniques to support detoxification

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

19 Modules | 10 CTAs

Class 1 – Occipital Fiber Analysis and 5 Step Process

Class 2 – Demonstration of 5 Step Process

Class 3 – Occipital Fiber Line 2 – Fiber 1 – T1 – Coronary

Class 4 – Occipital Fiber Line 2 – Fiber 1 – T2 – Myocardial

Class 5 – Occipital Fiber Line 2 – Fiber 1 – T10 – Intestinal

Class 6 – Occipital Fiber Line 2 – Fiber 2 – T3 – Respiratory

Class 7 – Occipital Fiber Line 2 – Fiber 2 – T11-12 – Kidney

Class 8 – Occipital Fiber 2 – Fiber 3 – L1 – Illeocecal

Class 9 – Occipital Fiber Line 2 – Fiber 3 – T4 – Gallbladder

Class 10 – Occipital Fiber Line 2 – Fiber 3 – T5 – Gastric and Hiatal Hernia

Class 11 – Occipital Fiber 2 Fiber 4 – T6 – Pancreas

Class 12 – Occipital Fiber 2 Fiber 4 – L2 – Cecum

Class 13 – Occipital Fiber 2 Fiber 5 – L3 – Glandular Syndrome

Class 14 – Occipital Fiber 2 Fiber 5 – T7 – Spleen/Lymphatic System

Class 15 – Occipital Fiber 2 Fiber 6 – L4 – Colon Syndrome

Class 16 – Occipital Fiber 2 Fiber 6 – T8 – Liver

Class 17 – Occipital Fiber 2 Fiber 7 – L5 – Prostate and Uterus

Class 18 – Occipital Fiber 2 Fiber 7 – T9 – Adrenal Syndrome

Class 19 – Serous Fluid Balancing (CSF) and Cranial Balancing Techniques

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. Jennifer Vannoy

“I took this course because I’ve always been interested in SOT as I had the technique performed on me while I was a student and it was the most miraculous adjustment I had ever received. I was hoping to obtain new skills to help my patients meet their health goals, especially my pediatric population.

Three takeaways:

1. Less can be more when it comes to making the impact you want on people’s lives and health.
2. The body is an amazing healing machine and it has hidden indicators for things you never would have realized.
3. The more you practice and perform CMRT, the more you will be amazed at what you can learn about your patient’s body and how to support their nervous system.

Personally, this program has reignited my passion for chiropractic care. I was down to very few adjusting patients as I mainly practice functional medicine, but this course has made me want to do more with my chiropractic skills. Professionally, I have seen tremendous results on the few patients I have practiced CMRT on. I want to continue to learn more SOT. This style of adjusting makes more sense than anything I was taught in school. I only wish I had pursued it sooner.

The first patient I tried it on was a patient suffering from anxiety. At the time, I had only watched a few of the videos. She had been complaining of left sided chest pain under her breast that would ease for a few days after her adjustment and come right back. I did the coronary protocol for emotional issues and she came back 4 weeks later telling me that the pain had been gone for 3 weeks until everything got stressful for the holidays. I was amazed. I’m excited to continue using the technique until I become proficient.

Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and expertise. I loved taking this course and learning. I’m excited to implement the protocols more as I see things come up with my patients. I’ve already changed the way I talk to new patients so they understand that the chiropractic side is non-negotiable if they want to work with me because I believe in the power of CMRT. I can’t wait to continue learning for you both!”

Testimonial: Bethany Carilli

“I chose to take this course as I am always interested in learning about the many intricate connections are body has in unexpected ways. I have increasingly seen more patients with ongoing visceral complaints and want to be able to help them in the best way possible, and in a way that no other health care provider can do.

1. The ability to go back through and re-play the content is so important when such a short video contains an entire protocol. Also having slides available for printing allows for review later on and a quick double check as needed in clinic.
2. These protocols are applicable day 1 after learning the content. As I am slowly getting more experience assessing occipital fibers, I am able to ask patients if they have any coordinating symptoms to the CMRT content. So many patients are initially surprised that chiropractic care may help their digestive complaints, respiratory complaints, etc.
3. SOT is an intricate and complex technique to learn and master, but each piece I learn furthers my understanding that the nervous system has so many ways of telling us what it needs and where the problem lies, as long as you know how to ask it. My mind is still blown with the story that was shared during the Live Q&A about Dr. Rosen noticing that a patient may have had cancer return/other pathological changes due to her changing and non-responsive occipital fiber.

These courses continue to motivate me to study and work towards mastery of content, especially when we are serving an entirely sick and unwell community. The people in my community are, sadly, not hearing about the impact chiropractic care has on the nervous system from other providers, and information in this course and other SOT courses I have taken so far help me to be certain in my communication with my patients.

I have been using the T3 respiratory syndrome protocols, especially all of the sinus releases, on at least 10 people per day, due to everyone coming in with congestion, post-sinus infections, post-COVID. Every single time the patients leave the office reporting drainage and immediate opening of their airways.

I have also been using the T3 protocols on a patient who had a severe bronchitis post-COVID and lost her voice along with other symptoms due to being ill. She lost her voice for several weeks and was unable to talk (she is a professor at a local university and was unable to teach) and continued to complain of difficulty breathing to her medical doctors. She has gone through several antibiotics and steroids without any resolution to her symptoms. I applied the stylohyoid muscle fixation protocol and within 48 hours her voice had mostly returned. I also have been continuing to manipulate the bronchitis point on her chest and pairing it with costal arch manipulation and post-ganglionic manipulation. Her O2 stats have been slowly increasing over the past few weeks and she is subjectively reporting ability to breathe more deeply, despite not taking any other medications at this time for this condition.

The videos are made with great quality and easily understood. This is content that every chiropractor needs to know to assist their patients in the best way possible.”

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