OMT and special challenges in Pregnancy and Portpartum

I   Normal physiology of pregnancy

II Treating Prenatally (4-6 weeks prior to due date)
    1) Treating the Diaphragms
    2) Treating the Pelvis of a pregnant woman
    3) Treating the Uterus
    4) Treating the Cranial dysfunctions that inhibit motion of pelvis
         (ie posterior cranial fossa, OA midline corresponds to L/S, temporal
         bones correlate to innominates)

III Special considerations during pregnancy
     1) LBP in Pregnancy
     2) Headaches

IV  Physiology of child birth

Discussion about Postpartum depression

VI  Postpartum osteopathic evaluation and treatment

Dozentin: Candice Boyer