23/09/2017: Upper Extremity CPD Day
Date(s) - 23/09/2017
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
McTimoney College of Chiropractic
The Upper Extremity Unravelled
Welcome to our annual September CPD day, which this year has the upper extremity as it’s focus. We’re hosted at the McTimoney Chiropractic College, for a day with Clive Lindley-Jones, Phil Von Hausenchild, and Andy Nicoletos.
The session line up currently looks like this (it is subject to being finalised but if you book we guarantee you won’t be disappointed!)
- Registration from 8.30am
- 9am-10.30am Clive Lindley-Jones – Muscle testing as a diagnostic method in the upper extremity (this title is yet to be confirmed) – Clive will being bringing his wealth of osteopathic and Applied Kinesiology knowledge to show how effective muscle testing can be for unravelling some of the more complex, or hidden problems that can lead to upper extremity dysfunction.
- 11am-12.30 Phil Von Hausenchild – Tensegrity applied to the upper extremity – We are delighted that Phil has offered to enlighten us with his understanding of tensegrity and how it applies to our patients upper extremity.
- Lunch provided and an opportunity to network and socialise
- 1.30pm – 3pm, and 3.15 – 4.45pm Andy Nicholettos – Functional approach to upper extremity rehabilitation – Another of Oxford’s talents, Andy is an osteopath, Fellow of Applied Functional Science, and Certified Nike Golf specialist. With a particular interest in sports osteopathy that has grown from his days as an undergraduate studying sports and exercise science he has done a post graduate MSc in Sports Medicine at UCL. Over the afternoon he will be helping us explore the functional movement patterns of the shoulder and looking at methods of rehabilitation we can apply when we get back to work on Monday!
Clive Lindley-Jones B.Ed. (Hons) D.O. D.I.B.A.K. Has a degree in Education and Sociology, taught in the UK and Japan before studying Osteopathic Medicine at The European School Osteopathy, where he graduated in 1981. He was on the Faculty of the European School of Osteopathy from 1983 to 1993. In 1992 he became a Diplomate of the International Board of Applied Kinesiology. As a Teaching Diplomate he has taught numerous standard and advanced courses in Applied Kinesiology in England, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Korea, Japan and Australia. He holds a Diploma in Transpersonal Psychotherapy, a Masters qualification in NLP as well as certifications in NLP & Health, Training & Consultancy & Coaching. Since 1997 he has been closely involved with the Registered Charity, The Sunflower Trust. He has taught in both the UK & Germany their Osteopathic/AK, Functional Medicine & NLP based protocol for helping children who may be underachieving at school or have behaviour, learning or health difficulties. He is a recovering cyclist, having cycled from Lands End to John O’Groats in aid of this charity in the summer of 2017 to celebrate his 70th year! He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council, is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy and has just retired from The International Board of Examiners (IBE) of the International College of Applied Kinesiology. He has worked in private practice in Oxford UK, since 1982.
Philip von Hauenschild graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) in 1998. Having studied the violin until the age of 22 (and having suffered back ache!) he became interested in posture and movement patterns. Consequently his work at the Osteopathic Centre for Children in London working with primary movement patterns, combined with his love of racquet sports emphasised the need for a whole body osteopathic concept. He taught at the BCOM (British College of Osteopathic Medicine) for 5 years and taught at Oxford Brookes University from 2002-2016 as a senior lecturer and clinic tutor. He has lectured and runs courses in the UK, Germany, Israel, Denmark and Portugal. Phil runs a busy practice in Chelsea, London and is a keen squash and tennis player.
Andy Nicholettos With a First class degree in Sport and Exercise Science, where Andy developed an interest in Strength and Conditioning practice, Sport Specific Biomechanics, and health and performance, as well as achieving a Masters degree in Sport and Exercise Medicine from University College London and a Masters degree in Osteopathy at the British School of Osteopathy, where he was awarded the schools prestigious Silver medal award, and RK Hardy prize for obtaining the highest academic
and clinical marks in his year group, and for research excellence respectively. Andy has worked in both NHS and private settings, specialised in the management of persistent pain syndromes, shoulder and knee pain within Pain and Musculoskeletal Medicine. He has lectured nationally and internationally on the application of Pain Science to Manual and Physical Therapy, and on Functional Strength and Conditioning Practice. Andy has also contributed to several peer reviewed articles spanning Orthopaedics and Exercise Physiology and also helped edit papers published in Manual Therapy and The International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine.