The MasterClass seminar is an optional step on your learning journey in animal osteopathy. Under the guidance of practicing osteopaths, you will learn the most effective osteopathic techniques such as osteopathic articular balancing, short lever technique, functional technique, and cranial osteopathy as applied to equines and canines patients. By attending hands-on seminars, you will reach a high-level of competency that is distinct to the LCAO community and earn a MasterClass Certificate in Advanced Osteopathic Techniques (MCCA OST.)
Over nine intensive practical days, you will master the assessment and treatment skills, advancing your understanding of osteopathic philosophy and reasoning. You will watch and mirror numerous demonstrations on different animals and conditions. Through individual tutoring sessions and open discussions, you will be encouraged to develop treatment styles relevant to the specialization of your practice.
The content of the seminars have been developed using solid osteopathic philosophy and reasoning. The methods taught involve techniques that have been tried, tested and passed on to student around the world by Professor McGregor’s over his 35+ years of outstanding career in animal osteopathy.
Admission to the MasterClass is via an application process and is open to
graduates and students of the LCAO Diploma and Int'l PG Certificate programs. Other applicants
wishing to attend the seminars can email email@example.com
A solid understanding of the philosophy of the seminar-specific techniques, their history, and how they are integrated into osteopathic treatment of animals.
Advanced knowledge of seminar-specific techniques as applied to either canines or equines.
A solid understanding of evaluation and assessment protocol leading to treatment with seminar-specific techniques.
Confidence in applying seminar-specific techniques to canines or equines safely and effectively.
The ability to identify pathologies that may be contraindications to treatment with seminar-specific techniques.
The ability to identify pathologies that may be effectively treated with seminar-specific techniques.