Online Video-for your computer or digital device-Barral Institute Symposium; New Foundations - New Partnerships Gail Wetzler, PT, DPT, EDO, BI-D, Director of Curriculum of Barral Institute brings together over a dozen experts in the integrative healthcare field to share insights of their work and how it interfaces with manual therapy.
Speaker LineUp: -Dr. Len Wisneski, MD, FACP: Empowering Change through Policy -Melanie Baughn, DO: Regenerative Medicine - Understanding and Optimizing Stem Cell Research as a Solution to Many of Today's Health Care Issues -Pedrum Shojai OMD: Interconnected – The Power to Heal from Within -Ron Mariotti ND, BI-D: Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), Neuroplasticity of the Gut and the Role of Visceral Manipulation -Tad Wanveer LMT, CST-D: Dynamic Waterways - The Importance of the Glymphatic System in Central Nervous System Health -Charles Shidlofsky, OD, FCOVD: What's Vision Got To Do With It: The Role of Vision in our Sensory World -Indira Subramanian, MD: Brain Unleashed: Living Well with Parkinson's Disease -Rachel Ragsdale, MA, LPC, BCN and Gail Wetzler PT, DPT, EDO, BI-D: Trauma Induced Anxiety-Manual Therapy Research for Brain Health Neurofeedback Analysis -Gregory Scott Johnson, PT, FFMT, FAAOMPT: Functional Manual Therapy Approach to Manage the Mechanical Capacity of the Vagus Nerve -Randy Brazie MD: The Polyvagal Theory - How it Informs Psychiatry, Somatic Experiencing and Mental Health Care -Laura Gómez Guío, CST, PT, DO, CVPT: Clinical Applications of the Polyvagal Theory Using Manual Therapy in Patients with Chronic Pain and Trauma -3 Guest Speakers discuss integration of this work into their practices -Gail Wetzler, PT, DPT, EDO, BI-D: Wrap up
The speakers will share how the principles and concepts of manual therapy have helped in their personal or professional growth.
DVD - Barral demonstrates how to work simply with what is considered the most complex organ of the human body—the brain. The technique demonstrations show Barral addressing the brain and its associated nervous and vascular connections as the ‘content’ of the human head, which, characterized by its bony and membranous enclosure, is regarded as the ‘container.’
DVD-This DVD shows detailed
anatomical explanations and neuroendocrine effects of Visceral Manipulation
when working with the peritoneum and greater omentum; diaphragm; inguinal
ligament and canal; and stomach.
BOOK - New Approach to the Vagus Nerve and Autonomic Nervous System - This book presents the functional importance of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) in the physiological, behavioral, and psychological balance in humans. Older and dualistic concepts of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems hold that they operate in complementary and opposing ways. In this text the reader will discover a new system with three hierarchical levels arranged according to their functions for adaptation, survival, and homeostasis. Although this book was written by an osteopath, it will benefit all therapists of the body, mind, and spirit who search to deepen their comprehension of human functioning.
DVD - Barral demonstrates how to work simply with what is considered the most complex organ of the human body—the brain.The DVDs contain a series of manual evaluations and treatments. The material presented was developed from concrete insights coming from Barral’s clinical work with the brain over the past four decades.
DVD - Barral demonstrates how to work simply with what is considered the most complex organ of the human body—the brain.The DVDs contain a series of manual evaluations and treatments. For each of the treatments covered, by way of original illustrations by Jean-Pierre Barral, the related anatomical and physiological basis is explained with clarity.
Online Video-for your computer or digital device-Visceral Manipulation: Advanced Clinical Applications for Common Gastrointestinal Issues - 1 - Virtual Component - This virtual program will strengthen the participant’s expertise in integrating Barral’s Visceral Manipulation techniques with common gastrointestinal issues as seen in the clinical practice. The focus of this class is the abdominal organs including the stomach, liver and gallbladder. The participants will gain a deeper understanding of each organ including their associated membranes, ligaments, innervation, vascularization, spatial and functional interrelationships, and organ-brain connections.