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The Barral Institute
Manual Therapy Seminars

Visceral Manipulation I: April 13-16, 2015

Touro College Manhattan Campus
27 West 23rd Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10010

Jean-Pierre Barral, DO, the developer of Visceral Manipulation, has found that 90% of all
musculoskeletal disorders have a visceral component. Enhance your practice by learning these
gentle organ specific fascial mobilization techniques. An answer to pain, dysfunction and distortion in the body.
When registering please mention that Touro College referred you!
Registration and complete schedule: barralinstitute.com ~ 866-522-7725
THANK YOU!


alt : Shacklock_Hosted_Course.pdf


Treatment of Vertebral Dysfunction:
A Combined Indirect/Direct Osteopathic Approach

April 19-20, 2015

Touro College Bay Shore Campus
1700 Union Blvd.
New York, NY 11706

This 2-day manual therapy workshop presents a variation of Muscle Energy Technique (M.E.T.) of the
vertebral column by combining indirect methods of treatment with the more conventional direct
approach. In this workshop Dr. Makofsky will instruct course participants in the application of
Position Assisted Combination Technique (P.A.C.T.) to the entire vertebral column. This is a lab-based
small group workshop with emphasis on the development of manual skills. This course is open to all
physical therapists. A prior course in M.E.T. of the spine is recommended but not required.
alt : Shacklock_Hosted_Course.pdf


NAIOMT
(North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy)
OMT Certification Series: New York, NY

NAIOMT C-516 Cervical Spine I: March 8-9 OR May 3-4, 2015

C-511 Lumbopelvic I: October 18-19, 2015

C-611 Lumbopelvic II-Hip:November 22-23 OR December 6-7, 2015


Touro College Manhattan Campus
27 West 23rd Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10010

Courses are 50% lab and use a case-based format. You will learn about select
conditions and their specific biomechanical and neurophysiological assessment.
You will immediately be able to add to your practice patient education, manual
therapy techniques and individualized neuromuscular rehabilitation prescriptions.
Joint thrust manipulation of the middle-lower cervical spines will be introduced.
There will be an additional online day for the course.
Register now at: www.naiomt.com

alt : Shacklock_Hosted_Course.pdf


Touro College PT Continuing Education Courses offered by Herman & Wallace in 2015
Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute

Meditation for Patients and Providers

July 19-20, 2015
Touro College Manhattan Campus
27 West 23rd Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10010

This lab- intensive continuing medical education course prepares the learner
to implement more integrative patient care with meditation and to discern how and
why to approach various patient populations. Participants will leave the course ready
to implement meditation instruction when they return to the clinic. Attention will be
given to neuropsychiatry anatomy and function and what research reveals the impact is
with trauma, stress, pain, and meditation. Health care providers will also learn the
benefits of self-practice and how to quickly ground and center between patients, how
to create appropriate boundaries, and to prevent burnout.
To REGISTERand for more information visit:
http://hermanwallace.com/continuing-education-courses/meditation-and-pain-neuroscience/2172

alt : Shacklock_Hosted_Course.pdf

Touro College PT Continuing Education Courses offered by Herman & Wallace in 2015
Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute

Bowel Pathology Function, Dysfunction & the Pelvic Floor

November 15-16, 2015
Touro College Manhattan Campus
27 West 23rd Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10010

This intermediate, two-day course covers comprehensive evaluation and treatment
techniques for bowel pathologies and dysfunctions, including fecal incontinence,
chronic constipation, and the relationship between constipation and rectal and/or
abdominal pain. As knowledge of the pelvic structures and nervous system are critical
in understanding the pelvic rehabilitation provider's role in bowel dysfunction,
anatomy and physiology of the gastrointestinal system and pelvis will be discussed
throughout the course. The implications of the pelvic floor muscles specific to bowel
dysfunction will be instructed so that the participant can increase comfort level with
examination, evaluation, and intervention strategies. To REGISTERand for more information visit:
http://hermanwallace.com/continuing-education-courses/bowel-pathology-and-function/2184

alt : Shacklock_Hosted_Course.pdf


NAIOMT
(North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy)
OMT Certification Series: New York, NY

NAIOMT C-516 Cervical Spine I

March 8-9 OR May 3-4, 2015
Touro College Manhattan Campus
27 West 23rd Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10010

Courses are 50% lab and use a case-based format. You will learn about select
conditions and their specific biomechanical and neurophysiological assessment.
You will immediately be able to add to your practice patient education, manual
therapy techniques and individualized neuromuscular rehabilitation prescriptions.
Joint thrust manipulation of the middle-lower cervical spines will be introduced.
There will be an additional online day for the course.
Register now at: www.naiomt.com

alt : Shacklock_Hosted_Course.pdf

Interested in hosting a course at Touro College? Please contact Emil Euaparadorn at 212 463 0400 x 5255 for more information