Anatomy 101 – OR

Course Directors: Elizabeth Caron, D.O. and Gregory Yesensky, D.O.

July 13-15, 2018

SureStay Plus Hotel by Best Western, Gold Beach, Oregon


This course is a two-part anatomy intensive with both lecture and practical sessions.

The material is based on the work of William Sutherland, D.O. and research done over the last fifty years to clarify the specifics of involuntary tissue motions under the influence of Thoracic and Primary respiration.

The philosophical basis of the course is Dr. Still’s clear message that our skill is dependent upon our awareness of normal.

There will be slides presented that have been created specifically for the purpose of supporting a greater understanding of Osteopathy in the Cranial Field as envisioned by Sutherland.

The purpose of the course, in addition to the obvious, is to markedly increase our diagnostic skills and therapeutic effectiveness.

The embryological basis of each function will be presented to show the evolution of the shape of function as we grow and to demonstrate that the embryological forces are present through out life as part of the indwelling therapeutic forces as discussed by Still/Sutherland in their work.

The fulcrum for specific functions will be considered and approached as a doorway to reorganization of compromised tissue physiology and shape.

The course environment will be one of ease in community with respect and appreciation for the Tide.

Course Schedule:  First day will begin at 8:30 AM.  Last day will end at 5 PM.

Course Fee: $700.00 due upon enrollment.

CME: Pending approval, anticipating 21 CME credits.

Recommended prerequisites:  Basic cranial course &/or study of Osteopathy in the Cranial Field.  This course is open to the following participants:  D.O., M.D., D.D.S., medical resident or medical student (Osteopathic or Allopathic).

Lunch will be provided each day and is included in the course fee.  Gluten free and vegan options will be provided upon request.  Please let Marnee Jealous Long know if you have any dietary restrictions at

Anatomy 101 July 2018 Course Outline

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