Injuries new and old are an everyday presentation in practice.

On this weekend we will see how to approach the human as a whole. Allowing a receptivity in the patient and a freedom to shift in order to regenerate function. We will explore how ‘we’ lesion as a unit of function not segmentally and how understanding this allows us to follow the intention of the breath of life rather than the pattern of dysfunction. We will see how we can be tissue specific as part of the whole in treatment.

We will explore the importance of fluid drive as a diagnostic tool and an essential part of the healing process.

We will explore how injuries from the past can affect the current symptom picture.

The aim of the weekend is to have as much practical and discussion time as possible.

Once again BioBasics has a great lineup of experienced speakers for the 2014 event, and a minimum of 2:1 student-tutor ratio. Here is this year’s schedule (please note changes to the original schedule).


Saturday 18 October

Hosted by Karen Carroll

9:00-9.30. Introduction
Fabiano da Silva

9:30-10:00. The Sutherland Odyssey lecture
Hazel Williams and Tom Greenfield

10:00-10:40. Meditation
Emily Dux

Refreshment break

10:40-11:10. Refreshment break

11:10-12.30. The Neutral, lecture and practical
Ercilia de Marco

12:30-2:00. Lunch

2:00-3:30. Fluid Drive, lecture and practical
Roberto Guiglielmi and Roberto Frumento

3:30-4:00. Break

4:00-5:30. Intraosseous Strain, lecture and practical
Mary Bolingbroke

6:30 (local venue) Social event, meet your tutors

Sunday 19 October

Hosted by Tom Greenfield

9:30-11:00. Ligamentous Injuries, lecture and practical
Karen Carroll

11:00-11:30. Break

11:30-1:00. Old Injuries, lecture and practical
Mary Monro

1:00-2:30. Lunch

2:30-3:30. Finding Cause in a Haystack, lecture and practical
Christian Sullivan

3:30-5:00. Open forum discussion
Hosted by Karen Carroll

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