JAPAN HEALTH SCIENCE ASSOCIATION

Palms College of Osteopathic Medicine

in collaboration of

 

Indian Academy of Osteopathy & Manual Medicine

 

in association with

SpineAction, India

presents

 

Fellowship in

Therapuetic Manual Medicine Techniques

F.M.M.T. 

Based on Chiropractic and Osteopathy 

About PCOM

The primary goal of Palms College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) is to educate students to become therapists who practice within the  concept and phylosophy of chiropractic and osteopathic science. In addition, our goal is to educate and develop primary health care providers who will practice in the field of therapuetic manual medicine. 

 

 

 “do the least to achieve the most”

Specific

Evaluation and Manipulation Skills

only at PCOM

 

FMMT Course Curriculum

Educational requirements

To qualify for entering our approved program, the student must have completed a full time healthcare related degree or college diploma program. The program of study must include Human Sciences (Anatomy, Physiology, Neurology and Pathophysiology) in order to be able to understand how and why MMT principles and techniques are applied during training;

or

being a licensed practitioner in one of the regulated healthcare profession such as Chiropractor, Massage Therapist, Accupuncture, Physiotherapist, Bonesetting or Medical Doctor, Nurse etc.

(Length: 6 months)

The curriculum focuses on Chiropractic and Osteopathic concepts, philosophy, theory, accessment and treatment. 

Final course examination shall entail multiple sections: written and practical.

90 CPD hours in 6 months

 

1. Theories (Online)

Duration: 6 months

Modules: 12

CPD Hours per Class: 2 hrs

(Total 24 CPD hrs.)

 

2. Practical (Hands-on Training)

Duration: 5 days

Modules: 5

CPD Hours per Class: 6 hrs

(Total 30 CPD hrs.)

 

 3. Clinical Training (Clinical Experience & Case Studies)

Duration: 6 months

Clinical Experience: 36 hrs.

Assignments: 36 (case studies)

(Total 36 CPD hrs.)

 


cOURSE DESCRIPTION

 At PCOM you will learn specific and accurate evaluation and manipulation skills.

 

 “do the least to achieve the most”

Specific Evaluation and Manipulation Skills

only at PCOM

 

Techniques to be discussed;

 

 ■ MPR Myofascial Release

 

 ■ FPR Facilitated Positional Release

 

 ■ MET Muscle Energy Technique

 

 ■ HVLA  / Chiropractic and Osteopathic Articular Manipulation

 

 

Regions to be discussed

 

  1 Pelvic, Sacrum

  2 Lumbar

  3 Thoracic

  4 Lower Cervical

  5 Upper Cervical

  6 Up  Extremities

  7 Lo Extremities

  8 Bow Strings, Diaphragm

  

 

 

Theories (Online)

 

Duration: 6 months

Modules: 12

CPD Hours per Class: 2 hrs (Total 24 CPD hrs.)

 

 Description:

Class-1

Introduction (History & Principles of Chiropractic and Osteopathy, Indications / Contraindications, Overview of each techniques, etc.)

Class-2 

Global Assessment (Zink's CCP, Specialized Evaluation, etc.)

Class-3

SI Joint (Anatomy, Listings, Evaluation, Technique Demo, etc.)

Class-4

Sacrum  (Anatomy, Listings, Evaluation, Technique Demo, etc.)

Class-5

Lumbar  (Anatomy, Listings, Evaluation, Technique Demo, etc.)

Class-6

Thoracic  (Anatomy, Listings, Evaluation, Technique Demo, etc.)

Class-7

Lower Cervical  (Anatomy, Listings, Evaluation, Technique Demo, etc.)

Class-8

Upper Cervical  (Anatomy, Listings, Evaluation, Technique Demo, etc.)

Class-9

Lower Extremities  (Anatomy, Listings, Evaluation, Technique Demo, etc.)

Class-10

Upper Extremities  (Anatomy, Listings, Evaluation, Technique Demo, etc.)

Class-11

Bow Strings & Diaphragm Release  (Anatomy, Listings, Evaluation, Technique Demo, etc.)

Class-12

Integration  (Global Listening, Regional Assessment, General Osteopathic Treatment Basic Protocal, etc.)

 

 

Practical (Hands-on Training)

 

Duration: 5 days

Modules: 5

CPD Hours per Class: 6 hrs (Total 30 CPD hrs.)

 

 Description:

Class-1

Introduction, SI Joint, Sacrum (Anatomy, Listings, Evaluation, Techniques) 

Class-2 

Lumbar, Thoracic  (Anatomy, Listings, Evaluation, Techniques)

Class-3

Cervical  (Anatomy, Listings, Evaluation, Technique Demo, etc.)

Class-4

Peripheral  (Anatomy, Listings, Evaluation, Technique Demo, etc.)

Class-5

Integration and Review, Final Exam (Written and Practical)

 

 

 

Clinical Training (Case Studies)

 

Duration: 1 year

Assignments: 36

CPD Hours per Training: 1 hr. (Total 36 CPD hrs.)

 

 Description:

All candidates must submit 36 case studies according to your daily Osteopathic practice.

It must include:

1. Patient's complaint and condition of Patient before treatment 

2. Orthopedic test, neurological test or physiological test related to the patient's condition (SOAP, OPQRST etc.)

3. Osteopathic or Chiropractic listings of what you found in the evaluation 

4. Treatment that you did

5. Key lesion or Major Subluxations that you found throughout the treatment

6. Result or solution

7. Patient education that you have given

 

 

 

 


Faculty

 

Founder Executive Director:  Jay Yamahata BCSc., DOMP

 

 Bachelor in Chiropractic Science

Japan Chiropractic Registers (JCR) member

 

Diplomate in Osteopathic Practice

Ontario Federation of Osteopathic Professionals(OFOP) member

 

■JHSA  Chairman of the Board

 

Company Information

General Incorporated Association

Japan Health Science Association (JHSA)

Corporate Number: 1200-05-018404

Representative Director: J. Yamahata