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Craniosacral Osteopathy

From Torsten Liem, D.O., Osteopath G.Os.C (GB)

Basics and Palpation:

  • Introduction

  • Anatomy of the skull

Ossification

  • Occipital bone:

Lower part of the occipital bone including the supra-occiput develops from

cartilaginous tissue.

The inter-parietal occiput develops from membranous tissue.

  • Sphenoid bone:

The body, the lesser wings and the lower part of the greater wings develop from

cartilage:

Both pterygoid processes and the upper part of the greater wings develop from

membranous tissue

- The ethmoid bone and the vomer develop from cartilage.

- Temporal bone:

The petrous portion develops from cartilage

The squamous portion and the tympanic portion develop from membrane

The petrous portion is the part of the skull which ossifies first. In the 22nd foetal week

the ossification of the auditory system is already completed. At birth the squamous

portion and the tympanic portion are already partly connected, forming the tympano-

squamous fissure, which can be a possible location for intraosseous dysfunctions.

The squamous portion, the petrous portion and the styloid process melt together

during the first year.

The mastoid process doesn’t develop until after the second year and can not be

palpated on a newborn.

  • The frontal bone develops from membranous tissue. Only the nasal spine develops

  • from cartilaginous tissue.

In 85 to 90% of the cases, the metopic suture ossifies by the 7th year.

  • The parietal bone ossifies from membrane. There is one ossification centre located in each parietal eminence.

  • The maxilla and pre-maxilla are formed from membrane between the 7th and 8th foetal week.

  • The other bones also develop from membranous tissue.

  • Points of orientation on the skull

  • Sutures: structure

  • Sutures: different kinds

  • Sutures: suture edges

  • Dura mater: reciprocal tension membrane

  • Dura mater: Osseous attachements of the dura duplications

  • Dura mater: Innervation of the cranial dura mater

  • Dura mater: pain-radiation of the cranial dura mater

  • Dura mater: Attachements of the spinal dura mater

  • Basics

  • Basics: Biomechanical and biodynamical models of the PRM-Rhythm

  • Basics: Inter-osseous and intra-osseous tension - and movement variations

  • Palpation

  • Diagnostic principal

  • Diagnostic principals: Thermodiagnosis according to Barral

  • Diagnostics: palpation of the form

  • Diagnostics: palpation of the elasticity of the tissue

  • Diagnostics: local pressure pain

  • Diagnostics: palpation of rhythmical tension variations

  • Diagnostics: mobility tests

  • Diagnostics: fascial tension

 

  • Diagnostics: active test for fascia traction test at the leg

  • Diagnostics: traction at the dural sleeve from cranial

  • Diagnostics: traction at the dural sleeve from caudal

  • Diagnostics: palpatory differential diagnosis of the dysfunctional level

  • Diagnostics: palpatory differential diagnosis

  • Diagnostics: palpation of the fluid movement

  • Diagnostics: gaining a feeling for the organisation in space

  • Treatment: point of balanced tension

  • Treatment: point of balanced tension trough syncronisation with the primary

respiration

  • Treatment: balanced fluid tension according to Jealous

  • Treatment: adjusting a local, regional and global point of balanced tension

  • Treatment: methods for reaching a point of balanced tension

  • Treatment: exaggeration technique

 

  • Treatment: direct techniques

  • Treatment: opposite to physiological movement using the example of the occipitomastoid suture

  • Treatment: disengagement

  • Treatment: compression

  • Treatment: combination of compression and decompression

  • Treatment: molding

  • Treatment: V-spread / fluid impulse

  • Treatment: localisation of the exact finger position

  • Treatment: testing of a suture

  • Treatment: release (freeing) of a suture

  • Treatment: further treatment possibilities

 

  • Fluctuation techniques: stillpoint inductions

  • Fluctuation techniques: compression of the fourth ventrikel (CV-4)

  • Fluctuation techniques: Expansion of the fourth ventricle

  • Fluctuation techniques: compression of the third ventricle

 

  • Fluctuation techniques: compression of the lateral ventricles

  • Fluctuation techniques: rotation of the temporal bones

  • Fluctuation techniques: Father Tom technique

  • Fluctuation techniques: pussy foot technique

  • Fluctuation techniques: diagnonal fluctuation technique

  • Venous-sinus techniques: according to Fryman

  • Venous-sinus techniques: atlanto-occipital release

 

  • Venous-sinus techniques: confluence of the sinuses

  • Venous-sinus techniques: occipital sinus

  • Venous-sinus techniques: transverse sinus and straight sinus

  • Venous-sinus techniques: superior sagital ( longitudinal ) sinus

  • Dural techniques: release of the falx cerebri

  • Dural techniques: release of the falx cerebri frontal spread technique

  • Dural techniques: release of the falx cerebri frontal lift technique

  • Dural techniques: release of the falx cerebri frontal lift technique alternative

  • Dural techniques: parietal spread technique

  • Dural techniques: parietal lift technique

 

  • Dural techniques: relaxation of the tentorium cerebelli SBS compression

  • Dural techniques: relaxation of the tentorium cerebelli SBS decompression

  • Dural techniques: relaxation of the tentorium cerebelli internal rotation of the temporal bone

  • Dural techniques: relaxation of the tentorium cerebelli ear pull technique

  • Dural techniques: anterior dura girdle - according to Jealous

  • Dural techniques: anterior dura girdle - mandibular rami

  • Dural techniques: anterior dura girdle - maxillary arch

  • Dural techniques: anterior dura girdle - tentorium cerebelli

  • Dural techniques: anterior dura girdle – sphenoid bone

  • Dural techniques: Spinal dura mater: traction of dural hose

  • Dural techniques: Spinal dura mater: tractioning of dural hose from crania

  • Dural techniques: Spial dura mater: traction of dural hose from caudal

  • Dural techniques: rocking of the dural tube according to Sutherland

 

 

Neurocranium:

 

 

 

 

 

  • Sphenobasilar synchondrosis / synostosis (SBS)

  • Sphenobasilar synchondrosis / synostosis (SBS) Flexion dysfunction

  • Sphenobasilar synchondrosis / synostosis (SBS) Extension dysfunction

  • Sphenobasilar synchondrosis / synostosis (SBS) Right torsion dysfunction

 

 

 

  • Sphenobasilar synchondrosis / synostosis (SBS) Left torsion dysfunction

  • Sphenobasilar synchondrosis / synostosis (SBS) Right sidebending rotation

  • Sphenobasilar synchondrosis / synostosis (SBS) Left sidebending rotation

  • Sphenobasilar synchondrosis / synostosis (SBS) Superial vertical strain

 

 

 

  • Sphenobasilar synchondrosis / synostosis (SBS) Inferior vertical strain

  • Sphenobasilar synchondrosis / synostosis (SBS) Right lateral strain

  • Sphenobasilar synchondrosis / synostosis (SBS) Left lateral strain

  • Sphenobasilar synchondrosis / synostosis (SBS) Compression of the SBS

  • Sphenobasilar synchondrosis / synostosis (SBS) Detailed showing of the SBS palpation with the example of a superior vertical strain

 

 

 

  • Frontal bone: Biomechanical and biodynamic palpation and mobility test

  • Frontal bone: Spheno-frontal suture can’t hook technique

  • Frontal bone: Spheno-frontal suture can’t hook technique Disengagement of the frontal bone’s suture from the greater wing

  • Os frontale: Sutura sphenofrontalis can’t hook disengagement of the frontal bone’s suture from the lesser wing

  • Frontal bone: Spheno-frontal suture in little children / Disengagement

  • Parietal bone: Biomechanical and biodynamic palpation and mobility test

  • Parietal bone: Coronal suture

  • Parietal bone: Coronal suturealternative technique

 

 

 

  • Parietal bone: Lambdoid suture

  • Parietal bone: Sagital suture

  • Parietal bone: Parieto-mastoid suture

  • Parietal bone: Parieto-mastoid suture – alternative technique for a temporal bone in internal rotation

  • Parietal bone: Parieto-squamous technique disengagement

  • Parietal bone: Parieto-squamous alternative technique direct technique

  • Parietal bone: Spheno-parietal suture – can’t hook

 

 

 

  • Parietal bone: Bregma

  • Parietal bone: Lambda

  • Parietal bone: Asterion

  • Parietal bone: Pterion

  • Temporal bone: Biomechanical and biodynamic palpation and mobility test

  • Temporal bone: Spheno-squamous suture – spheno squamous pivot technique

 

 

 

  • Temporal bone: Occipito-mastoid suturedirect technique for a temporal bone in internal rotation

  • Temporal bone: Occipito-mastoid sutureopposite to physiological movement

  • Temporal bone: petrobasilar / petrojugular suture - General disengagement

  • Temporal bone: Special technique for the petro-basilar suture

  • Temporal bone: Special technique for the petro-jugular suture

  • Temporal bone: Spheno-petrous suture disengagement

  • Temporal bone: Spheno-petrous suture – alternative technique according to E.Lay

  • Intraosseal techniques: Cranial base-occiput-foramen magnum-technique for little children

 

 

 

  • Intraosseal techniques: Platy basia technique

  • Intraosseal techniques: Occipital squama technique

  • Treatment of the sphenoid bone: Tension release between pre- and post sphenoid

  • Treatment of the sphenoid bone: Technique for the release of the body of the lesser wing-complex from the greater wing-pterygoid process complex

  • Intraosseous dysfunction of the temporal bone: Petromastoid portion / tympanic portion

  • Intraosseous dysfunction of the temporal bone: Petromastoid portion / squamous portion

  • Intraosseous dysfunction of the temporal bone: Squamous portion / tympanic portion

  • Intraosseous dysfunction of the temporal bone: Molding of the frontal eminence, the temporal squama and the parietal eminence

Viscerocranium Part 1:

 

 

  • Introduction

  • Frontal bone – Biomechanical and biodynamik palpation and mobility tests

  • Frontal bone - Metopic suture disengagement

  • Frontal bone - Metopic suture disengagement – alternative handposition

  • Frontal bone – Dysfunction in external rotation

 

  • Frontal bone – spread and lift technique, see techniques for dura mater DVD 2

  • Frontal bone – Fronto-maxillary suture - disengagement

  • Frontal bone – Fronto-maxillary suture – 1st alternative handposition

  • Frontal bone – Fronto-maxillary suture – 2st alternative handposition –cant hook

  • Frontal bone – Fronto-zygomatic suture, cant hook technique

  • Frontal bone – Fronto-zygomatic suture – alternative handposition

  • Frontal bone – frontal ethmoidal suture, see technique for lamina cribrosa, frontal spread and lift

  • Frontal bone – frontal nasal suture, disengagement

 

- Frontal bone – Fronto-lacrimale suture

  • Maxilla – Biomechanical and biodynamic palpation and mobility tests

  • Maxilla – dysfunction in external rotation, indirect technique

  • Maxilla – dysfunction in external rotation, direct technique

  • Maxilla – global rotation dysfunction

  • Maxilla – global rotation dysfunction, on the right, indirect technique

  • Maxilla – global rotation dysfunction, on the right, direct technique

  • Maxilla – global lateral strain

  • Maxilla – global right lateral strain, indirect technique

  • Maxilla – global right lateral strain, direct technique

 

  • Maxilla – decompression of the upper jaw complex

  • Maxilla – decompression of the upper jaw complex 1

  • Maxilla – incisive suture

  • Maxilla – transverse palatine suture, direct technique

  • Maxilla – palato-maxillary suture, direct technique

  • Maxilla – fronto-maxillary suture, see “frontal-bone”

  • Maxilla – zygomatic-maxillary suture, disengagement

  • Maxilla – zygomatic-maxillary suture, alternative handposition

  • Maxilla – median palatine suture, disengagement

 

  • Palate bone – biomechanical and biodynamic palpation and mobility test

  • Palate bone – general mobilisation

- Palate bone – spheno-palatine suture, disengagement

  • Palate bone – Median-palatine suture disengagement

  • Zygomatic bone - Biomechanical and biodynamic palpation and mobility tests

 

  • Zygomatic bone – Rotation dysfunction, with a zygomatic bone in external rotation

  • Zygomatic bone - Decompression

  • Zygomatic bone – Spheno-zygomatic suture disengagement

  • Zygomatic bone – Temporo-zygomatic suture disengagement

Viscerocranium Part 2 and Treatment of the Midline:

 

 

  • Ethmoid bone – Biomechanical and biodynamic palpation and mobility test

  • Ethmoid bone – Flexion dysfunction

  • Ethmoid bone – External rotation dysfunction see frontal spread and liftingtechnique and maxilla lift and spread technique

  • Ethmoid bone – Direct technique for the lamina cribrosa

  • Ethmoid bone – Unilateral direct technique for the lamina cribrosa – left

  • Ethmoid bone – Lamina perpendicularis – see external rotation dysfunction of the Ethmoid bone or frontal spread and frontal lift technique

  • Ethmoid bone – Lateral parts

  • Ethmoid bone – Drainage of the ethmoid sinus

  • Ethmoid bone – Unilateral drainage of the ethmoid sinus

  • Vomer - Biomechanical and biodynamic palpation and mobility test

  • Vomer – Flexion and Extension dysfunction

  • Vomer – Torsion dysfunction and lateral shift of the vomer

  • Vomer – Lateral shift of the vomer

  • Vomer – Vomero-maxillary suture for an internal rotation of the maxilla

  • Vomer – Decompression of the vomer

 

- Vomer – Pump technique

  • Nasal bone – Biomechanical and biodynamic palpation and mobility tests

  • Nasal bone – Fronto-nasal suture see frontal bone

  • Nasal bone – Internasal suture, disengagement

  • Lacrimal bone - Biomechanical and biodynamic palpation and mobility test

  • Lacrimal bone – Global technique

  • Lacrimal bone - Fronto-lacrimal suture see frontal bone

  • Lacrimal bone – General harmonizing of the face

  • Lacrimal bone – Harmonizing of the upper third of the face

 

  • Facial skull – Harmonizing of the middle third of the face

  • Facial skull - Harmonizing of the lower third of the face

  • Facial skull – Harmonizing of the frontal bone, the maxilla and the zygomatic bone

  • Facial skull – Harmonizing of the frontal bone, the sphenoid and the zygomatic bone

  • Facial skull – Harmonizing of the zygomatic bone, the temporal bone, the sphenoid bone, the frontal bone and the maxilla

  • Facial skull – Harmonizing of the facial scull and the neurocranium, indirect technice

  • Treatment of the pterigo-palatine ganglion

  • Midline – according to Jealous, modified

 

  • Midline – from vertex to tip of the coccyx

  • Midline – Sacro-coccygeal-lumbo-sacral or thoraco-lumbar

- Midline – Sacro-coccygeal-sternal

  • Midline – Inion-SBS

  • Midline – Nasion-inion

  • Midline – Bregma

  • Midline – Bregma-inion

  • Midline – Atlanto-occipital

  • Midline – occipito-cervical

  • Midline – Atlanto-occipital-thoraco-lumbar

  • Midline – Occipital-sternal

  • Midline – Navel – occipital

  • Midline – Chorda dorsalis technique according to Jealous

 

  • The axes of the orbit and the petrous portion according to Fryman

  • The axes of the orbit and the petrous portion according to Fryman – Diagnosis of the orbital axis

  • The axes of the orbit and the petrous portion according to Fryman – Diagnosis of the petrous portion axis

  • Therapie of the geometric patterns – part 1

  • Therapie of the geometric patterns – part 2

 

duration: 323 min.

 

 

 

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