DVD-Jean-Pierre Barral 3 DVD Programs - part of the Brain 1 Series - A Manual Approach to the Brain 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.’ The material presented was developed from concrete insights coming from Barral’s clinical work with the brain over the past four decades.
BOOK - Visceral Manipulation for Female Pelvic Disorders - Manual Therapists and Osteopaths are challenged in their everyday practices to assess and treat patients affected by pelvic floor disorders. Recurring referral diagnoses may be related to functional disorders (urinary incontinence, pelvic pain, infertility), hormonal physiology (puberty, menstrual cycle, pregnancy, menopause), or related to consequences associated with specific surgical and/or infectious disease processes. The intrapelvic soft tissues are continuously stimulated and mobilized due to respiratory, urinary, genital, and intestinal functions; similarly, the urogenital organs are in constant motion. This book is based on the most common pelvic disorders encountered in clinical practice, and provides practitioners with key treatments to aid with patient care and recovery.
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.
Online Video-for your computer or digital device-Online Video-Barral-SET of 4 Anatomy Series – Visceral Manipulation - Each segment in this series will provide in depth discussion with a visceral perspective. The presentations are designed to enrich your knowledge and enhance your practice with a greater understanding of organ specific fascial and soft tissue connections and their connection to pain and dysfunction. The BI Faculty have studied for many years and are able to encapsulate many years of knowledge to bring it to you and your practice.
The content will delve into ~anatomy of a specific organ and it's relationship to its surrounding anatomy ~pertinent dissection slides of unembalmed donor ~using models of organs, the presenter will demonstrate each organ’s movement patterns ~self palpation as it relates to clinical application
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.
Online Video-for your computer or digital device-Barral Institute Interconnected - This is 2-segment virtual conference is an exceptional opportunity to explore practical applications of interconnectedness of the body and its systems.
-Understanding Jean-Pierre Barral’s Evaluation Process -Feel First, Think After -Clinical Application of the Evaluation and Treatment Process for Specific Diagnoses -Interconnections of the Abdominal Fascia -Embryology of the Fascia of Toldt and its Application to Colon Function -Fascial Crossroads at the Thoracic Inlet and its Effect on Shoulder Girdle Function
Online Video-for your computer or digital device-Neuromeningeal Explorations of Trauma in Manual Therapy - Neuromeningeal Explorations: Anatomy and Biomechanics of the CNS Neuromeningeal Explorations: Clinical Applications NM1
Online Video-for your computer or digital device-Neuromeningeal Explorations and Clinical Applications of NM1 - Neuromeningeal Explorations: Anatomy and Biomechanics of the CNS Neuromeningeal Explorations: Clinical Applications NM1 Neuromeningeal Explorations: Anatomy & Biomechanics of the PNS & its Relationship to CNS