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Cervical Mobilization Techniques
May 30, 2015 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm$50
CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL OSTEOPATHY (CICO, www.canadianico.com)
is hosting the following continuing education event at special pricing: only $50 for this introductory course. This is open to Registered Massage Therapists, Physiotherapists, and Athletic Therapists only.
School of Structural Therapy
Professor: Mohit Khosla, DO-MTP, M.OMSc.
CERVICAL MOBILIZATION TECHNIQUES
This course will demonstrate C-spine soft tissue and joint assessment, and integrated treatment approaches combining elements of myofascial release, muscle energy, strain-counterstrain, positional release, and oscillation techniques applied to the cervical spine
• Indications and contraindications
• Assessment and treatment of the soft tissues and articulations of the cervical spine
• Understanding the fundamental principles of manipulative therapy including:
• How to accurately identify barriers, restrictions, and abnormal motions throughout the body
• How to determine the significant relationships of altered movements and their impact in the body
• How to use proper biomechanics, accurately and safely apply short and long leverages
• How to determine when it is most appropriate to use patient passive or active assistance
Course Fee: $50 plus HST. Payments will be accepted by visa or mastercard
Date & Duration: Saturday May 30th 2015, from 8:30am to 5:00pm
Location: Canadian Academy of Osteopathy, 66 Ottawa St. N., Hamilton, L8H 3Z1
Credits: CATA approved for 3.2 ceu’s & CMTO approved for 4 Category A ceu’s
Registration: Spaces are limited. To register, please contact the School of Structural Therapy by email: firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name, phone number, and mailing address
Cancellation Notice: Minimum one week required for full refund. Late cancellations will be charged full fees
REGISTER EARLY TO RESERVE YOUR SEAT
Mohit Khosla, DO-MTP, M.OMSc. Classical Osteopath
Mohit first studied at the University of Ottawa where he completed his Bachelors of Science degree in Biology. Thereafter, he furthered his interests in the health sciences and completed his Bachelors of Exercise and Sport Science in Athletic Therapy at the University of Manitoba. As a former Canadian certified athletic therapist and nationally certified strength & conditioning specialist, he then became interested in Osteopathy and osteopathic philosophy.
As a graduate of the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy in both the Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences and Osteopathic Manipulative Theory & Practice, Mohit’s osteopathic vision aims at providing sincere and honest care with the provision of a high quality of professionalism. With a passion for continuing education and a dynamic learning environment, Mohit enjoys both a full-time clinical practice and part-time teaching. Following his academic training, he fulfilled the requirements of the Professor Training Program also through the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy. Mohit continues to take great interest in osteopathic literature and applies this to his understanding of the unique complexity of the human body.
In his clinical practice, Mohit works closely with a group of family physicians and pediatricians where he correlates his patients’ structural findings to their medical diagnosis. This is determined by a thorough understanding of the interrelationship between the structure and function of the body. Together, they form a dynamic team of health and medical professionals providing highly specialized patient care.
Mohit sits on the board of directors of the Ontario Osteopathic Association (OOA) and is a professional member in good standing.