Biometherapy & The British Institute of Osteopathy regularly hold events for both members and non-members.
Howard Beardmore: Making an Osteopathic Diagnosis
Wed, 26 January 2022, 19:15 – 21:30 GMT
The Spa Hotel, Tunbridge Wells
BIO Members’ Day with Dr Robert Verkerk of the International Alliance for Health
Hosted by Howard Beardmore DO who will present a new look at how to approach the role of nutrition in the Practice:
‘Nutrition for Practitioners’ a Practical review of nutrition for the various stages of ‘cleaning and healing’ during the stages of the Constitutional Approach
Organic soup lunch will be provided with all refreshments – the day will provide 6 hours of ‘learning with others’ towards your CPD requirement.
Sun, 29 May 2022, 10:00 – 16:00 GMT BIO member’s day –
Details have been emailed to BIO members on how to register and venue details contact email@example.com to register rsvp
Part 3 Introduction to Constitutional Technique (Practical Day)
Sunday 18th September 2022 10 – 16.00 GMT Reading Berkshire – Online ‘Fast Track to better Practice’ delegates only
Bristol Osteopathic society presents
‘Exploring Osteopathic diagnosis in the modern clinical setting’
Monday 4th October in Bristol 7pm
Howard will explore his evolved Osteopathic approach to diagnosis by illustrating real case histories – showing how it is possible to apply an Osteopathic principled approach to modern clinical practice. Osteopathic principles are as relevant today as they always were, what has changed is the types of patients we see every day in practice. Nowadays patients take over the counter medications to suppress cleaning and healing reactions and it has therefore been necessary to take this into account if we are to approach the patient in a truly Osteopathic way. We have to understand that not allowing the body to maintain itself is a key issue to solve if we are to make progress with cases and allow the immune system to clean and heal us.
The Osteopathic oath, that A T Still derived from the Hippocratic Oath; makes a clear statement that we have a ‘duty to ever further the development of basic biological truths and develop the principles of Osteopathy’ . Howard believes that his work for 25 years clearly demonstrates that the evolution of Osteopathy must be centred around how to address these modern patient cohorts and support them to stable solutions to their problems.
The Osteopathic fields of diagnosis and treatment are identifying the obstructions to health and removing them. Be prepared to discovery something truly remarkable and very simple!
This will be an interactive presentation that will give you thinking tools to start using the day after in your clinic.
Open to members of the Bristol Osteopathic Society with limited places.
‘Technique focus on General Treatment approaches’
Sunday 20th November 10: – 16:00 GMT BIO members’ day
Guest speaker Magda Taylor from the ‘Informed Parent’ who will be presenting an interactive session based on her decades of research:
Do germs cause disease?
Why do we get sick?
Immunity – will this turn out to be another word for health?
What do the symptoms of disease represent?
Do antibodies protect us from germs?
What role do viruses play?
Is the science of today based on proven theories or just assumptions?
Where are the control experiments?
Howard Beardmore DO will be unpacking aspects of the General Treatment approach with an interactive technique session
An organic soup and trimmings, wild English truffles – if Dotty dog finds any, salads and all refreshments will be provided as part of the BIO members day package.
Booking link has been sent to current BIO members. Please RSVP there is no charge but we need to know what the numbers are
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