PART OF THE LEVEL TWO ADVANCED ACADEMIC PATHWAY
Module 13 is part of the Advanced Academic Level Two Pathway. This module is perfect for those who want to learn more about the equine endocrine and urogenital system. How to assess it and what to do with the findings. We will look at indications and contraindications for treatment and functional osteopathic techniques that can be used alone or to support veterinary led treatment.
Total number of study hours (taught content online, assessments, assignments, 1 day practical event and self-directed study time): 38 hours
Price: £399.00 plus VAT/MOSS
Typically to be taken at the same time as Part 1 and Part 3
WHO CAN APPLY FOR THIS MODULE?
This advanced module is for any AOI level Two (or past equivalent i.e. Stage II or ESO Diploma post- 2014) graduate or experienced equine osteopath. It is also open to equine physiotherapists/chiropractors and veterinary/equine therapy professionals, who have completed the Level Two Diploma modules (or can provide evidence that they have successfully done so with another educational institution) and Modules 8-12. If you are an experienced equine osteopath, you may be eligible to take this course as a standalone CPD module. Proof of prior experience and education is essential (without exception). All delegates should provide evidence of insurance, which allows them to study/work on/with animals.
All applicants must have:
- A solid foundation of musculoskeletal and biomechanical knowledge of the equine model;
- A well versed background in equine anatomy and neuro-anatomy;
- A solid equine musculoskeletal assessment process (which includes joint and soft tissue testing)
- Knowledge of adjustments/mobilisation and Balanced Ligamentous Tension/Balance Tissue Tension and Myofascial styles of treatment related to the equine patient;
- An ability to apply soft tissue, stretching, articulation, mobilisations, Myofascial and Balanced Ligamentous Tension techniques to the equine patient,
- Safe and confident handling of the equine model in an therapeutic manner.
INDICATIVE CONTENT FOR MODULE 13
- Functional anatomy, relative neurology, patho/physiology and mechanics of the endocrine and urogenital systems and the importance of these structures;
- Typical presentations of Endo/Uro patients;
- Key findings (during case history taking) which may suggest involvement of the Endocrine and Urogenital systems;
- MSK conditions that may have underlying viscera-somatic/endocrine/urinary components;
- Contraindications and indications of these patients;
- Working alongside the vet to support endocrine and urogenital system issues;
- Key considerations when approaching/treating a equine patient with endocrine and urogenital, including modifications for presenting co-morbidities;
- Osteopathic assessments of the visceral patient;
- Techniques aiming to influence/support the endocrine and urogenital systems;
- Osteopathic model approach to treatment of the endocrine and urogenital systems;
- Drawing conclusions to enhance the creation of high quality and effective treatment and management protocols.
Our equine practicums will take place in (or near to) the beautiful New Forest District, UK, unless other locations have been advertised at the time of booking. Canadian, US and NZ practicums maybe back up and running when COVID regulations lift, so please enquire if you are interested.
International Students and English Requirements
We are happy to take national and international students, but all students MUST be proficient in all aspects of the English language (both written and spoken), so as to ensure that you can make the most of the course and its contents. The AOI will not be held responsible for any language challenges that arise and no refunds will be made on these grounds. As a guide, we typically expect that students to have skills equivalent to IELTS with an overall score of 6.5 (or equivalent).
If you are interested in taking Level Two or this module as standalone CPD, please click on the fish to contact us today. Applications are ongoing due to the part-online nature of the content.
Our Level Two Pathway is validated by the European School of Osteopathy. For more information on the ESO, go to: https://www.eso.ac.uk