Introduction to 'Still Technique'
18 October 2017
London, United Kingdom
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UCO faculty members Glynn Booker and Jonathan Edis introduce 'Still Technique'. Still Technique is described as the “application of the rediscovered techniques of Andrew Taylor Still” and is a system of osteopathic diagnosis & treatment from the USA which aspires to recreate the manipulations of the ‘Old Doctor’. It is a cross between structural & functional techniques, & is an alternative or supplement to HVT techniques, when such approaches are inappropriate or ineffective.  It is applicable to every area of the body & suitable for a wide range of patients. The talk will introduce the theory & practice of this little known osteopathic manipulative technique.

 On Wednesday 18th of October at 6:30pm, Glynn Booker and Jonathan Edis, Osteopaths and members of UCO faculty, will be introducing the Still Technique. This will then be followed by two courses open to 4th year full-time, 5th year part-time and 2nd year pre-reg students later this academic year.

They discovered Still Technique at the German Osteopathic College (DOK) 2004 European Symposium of Osteopathy & have used it extensively in clinical practice. They have been teaching it since 2010.

Still Technique is described as the “application of the rediscovered techniques of Andrew Taylor Still” and is a system of osteopathic diagnosis & treatment from the USA which aspires to recreate the manipulations of the ‘Old Doctor’.

It is a cross between structural & functional techniques, & is an alternative or supplement to HVT techniques, when such approaches are inappropriate or ineffective.  It is applicable to every area of the body & suitable for a wide range of patients.

The talk will introduce the theory & practice of this little known osteopathic manipulative technique.

 


The talk will be at the
University College of Osteopathy
275 Borough High Street, London, SE1 1JE
18th October 2017 in Room G02

Arrive early to get your seat.

See you there.


Manus Team