Webinar Chris Batten | 13 June 2022 | 21h00 WEST time

Respiratory System

Case Study

Summary

Part 2. “Using physiology to overbear pathology” was an expression of J M Littlejohn’s to describe the way osteopathic treatment actually resolves pathological conditions. Using film footage of a young woman treated for pneumonia as a class demonstration, this lecture serves to illustrate how osteopathy liberates and enhances the body’s inherent healing mechanisms. 

About the Speaker

Christopher Batten graduated in 1989 from the Maidstone College of Osteopathy under the tutorage of the late John Wernham.

He taught pathology, osteopathic principles and the applied mechanics of the spine and pelvis at the Maidstone College of Osteopathy from 1991.

From 1991-93 he taught at The John Wernham International Academy of Classical Osteopathy at St. Joris-Weert, just outside Leuven in Belgium. There he taught regularly on their undergraduate program until moving there for a full-time position between 1992 and 1993, teaching and running the busy undergraduate clinic.

In 1999 he was asked to teach at postgraduate level for the Institute of Classical Osteopathy (ICO).

The year 2000 saw Chris made Co-Chairman of the ICO and wrote its Newsletter, later taking over the running of the Postgraduate course, under John Wernham. He has subsequently become the Secretary of the ICO and is the current Director of Education.

In addition to his ICO duties, he now has a life of the traveling lecturer, teaching at various venues through Europe, Canada, Japan and Russia.

He is not registered with The General Osteopathic Council, but is a registered member of the Association of Osteomyologists and practices as an osteomyologist in Devon.

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