Integrative therapy course II level


Integrative therapy Course , 2 level

Do you feel identified?
📌 I have patients with musculoskeletal ailments that when they leave the office are great but after a few days they come back for the same problem. There is something that escapes me!
📌 I’m losing patients/clients because I don’t get to solve their muscle problems once and for all or because I can’t connect with them
📌 All the therapists around me do the same. I feel that I am no different from the rest. I don’t even know how to advertise myself anymore
📌 I know that more and more I have to see the patient as a whole and not just look at the point of pain, but I don’t know how to do it. I am trained in manual and invasive therapy but still not 100% effective in some cases
📌 By solving cases more quickly and effectively you can reduce your number of hours in the clinic and earn more money. How is this done?
📌 I have done many trainings and at the end I apply only 20% of what I am taught in the course. How can I increase the performance I get from the course?
📌 Using the advance skills of integrative therapy  you will have an integral system of approach to the patient that will help you solve these problems, diversify the services of your clinic, work in a multidisciplinary way and above all apply the knowledge acquired from the first seminar.


Course of 200  hours, Price 30 000 kr,  You can pay it in  installments.

Teacher : Mikel


Integral therapy II

Is the one in charge of studying of  postural physiology and its alterations.

The static posture is regulated by a very complex feedback system that obtains information from the internal and external environment and sends it to the brain (Central Nervous System), in whose centers the response is elaborated so that the muscular chains have the same tension or muscular tone on both sides, in order to keep the body erect, so that all its organs and systems work well, balanced and interrelated.

To receive and send this information to the CNS there are a series of proprioceptive receptors. The most important are those of the foot, the eye, the epidermis, the muscles and the vestibular system.

The masticatory system is not a true postural receptor, but it is a posture alter. When the jaw, the only bone in this system that has great capacity for movement and adaptation and change, alters its position, a local imbalance is established that will cause an involuntary clenching of the teeth (bruxism), craniocervical-facial muscular hyperactivity, and loss of the convergence of the eye, which is a primordial postural receptor, and therefore will alter the static posture of the body. Therefore, when changing something in the mouth it is very important not to alter the jaw’s equilibrium position, for which you should not look only at the dental arches.

Therefore, as we see, the control of the posture of our body does not depend exclusively on muscles or on the neurovegetative system that regulates them, or even on the state of the spine. There are other systems that control at a distance the postural balance, such as the foot, the eye and the inner ear, fundamentally. In addition, the mouth, without being a controller of the posture, can become disturbed in case of occlusion problems. In turn, the proper functioning of all these systems depends on a good regulation at the energetic, biochemical, structural and psychic level of each person.

In this course are included the seminars of :

The Future integrative therapy  is destined to occupy an important space in the daily practice.




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