1st April 2017 - 8:30 am
2nd April 2017 - 5:00 pm
AddressEuropean School of Osteopathy, Boxley House, Boxley, Maidstone, Kent ME14 3DZ View map
Guest Speaker – Richard Twining
On average 50% of peripheral nerves consists of connective tissue which forms a matrix extending through the body and which behaves biomechanically in a similar way to other connective tissue. This course will review the research evidence for the biomechanics of the peripheral nervous system, its pathways and how to release restrictions of the parietal nerves with both direct and indirect techniques to diminish neurogenic pain and increase musculoskeletal mobility
Richard Twining D.O. BSc (Hons) Osteopathy, Postgraduate Certificate in Osteopathy
Richard Twining is a graduate of the ESO and taught the visceral osteopathy course 2006-2012 He is currently Consultant to the ESO’s International Department and a member of the Royal Society of Medicine and teaches across Europe. He has an interest in the integrative and holistic aspects of osteopathy and is a founder faculty member of the the Japan Traditional Osteopathy College.