B4: Brain Tissue, Cranial Nerves Nuclei & Ganglions

1 sept. 2022
3 sept. 2022
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Objectifs

Mr. Chikly will give the training as a webinar.

His assistant, Loven Pather, an experienced osteopath, will be present in the room in Zurich.



- By the end of the 1st day participants will be able to correctly demonstrate on a live person B4 Fluid Field Regulation (FFR) technique

- By the end of the course participants will be able to :

- correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of Cranial nerves nuclei and ganglia I, II, III, IV

 - correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of Cranial nerves nuclei and ganglia V, VI

- correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of Cranial nerves nuclei and ganglia VII, VIII

- correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of Cranial nerves nuclei and ganglia IX, X

- correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of Cranial nerves nuclei and ganglia XI, XII

- correctly demonstrate on a live person Brain-Embryological connections technique

- correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of the 6 layered cortex of the Brain

- correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of the Choroid plexi

- correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of the Periaqueducal Gray Matter (PAG)

- Based on a fascia and fluid approach participants will be able to correctly find on a live person a dominant dysfunction of the 6 layered cortex

- correctly demonstrate on a live person how to release dysfunction of dorsal root ganglia

Formation

Présentation

- Trigeminal Spinal Nucleus: Practical Demo. Chikly Institute (CHI): Brain 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95h0YGrWfrk&feature=relmfu   - Dr. Chikly Demonstrates Brain Level 4 Techniques: ANS Techniques http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHKxrjozom4   - Dr. Chikly & Brain Therapy: Entering New Frontiers in Manual Therapy http://youtu.be/UltczDDj5aI   - Brain Therapy Demo: Cerebral Palsy, Spasticity & Developmental Delay by Dr Chikly - in English and Spanish http://youtu.be/1D2ZvHaQLBE

Description

In Brain 4, you'll deepen the skills you've already studied and have been practicing. You will learn how to work with and release restrictions in several new areas of the brain and spinal cord, especially cranial nerves, nuclei and ganglia and dorsal root ganglia.


- Early embryological Brain relationships

- Fluid Field Regulation (FFR)

- Choroid Plexi (CP): 3rd and 4th ventricle

- Cranial Nerve Nuclei: clinical applications

- Cranial Nerve Ganglia: clinical applications

- Dorsal Root Ganglia (DRG) of the Spinal Cord and its pathologies

- Periaqueductal Gray Matter (PAG)

- Work within the 6 layers of the Brain

- Negative Memory "eraser"

- New protocol for the Brain and Spinal Cord


INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS

•            Lecture

•            Study Guide

•            Question & Answer

•            Power Point Slides

•            Demonstration

•            Practice sessions

•            Review


Preparation: 

Anatomical/Physiological Terms

Be sure you understand the following words and, as applicable, know precisely where these structures are located in the body. For this class it is more important to know the cranial nerve nuclei than the cranial nerve themselves. Pay more attention to cranial nerve XII, XI, X, IX, VII, V, to the following cranial nerve nuclei: hypoglossal, accessory, dorsal vagal, ambiguus, solitarius, trigeminal (spinal, pontine, mesencephalic), facial and finally to the ganglion of the vagus and trigeminal nerve.

We will also see the choroid plexus, 6 layered cortex, Broca's Area,and Wernicke's area.

Be familiar with the brain structures from each of the following pages of "Netter's Atlas of Human Neuroscience" 1st Edition (2nd Edition in parenthesis):

Page 43-45,58-60 (page 68-73,97-99): Choroid Plexus

Page 44 (page 70-71): facial colliculus, hypoglossal trigone, vagal trigone, vestibular area, gracile and cuneate tubercle.

Page 150-156 (page 220-233): look mainly at the location of the cranial nerve nuclei

Page 157 (page 234): cranial nerves

Page 158 (page 235-236): cranial nerves nuclei. A very important plate

Page 161 (page 240-241): cranial nerve V

Page 162 (page 243): cranial nerve VII

Page 164 (page 246): cranial nerve IX

Page 165 (page 248-249): cranial nerve X

Page 166 (page 247): cranial nerve XI

Page 167 (page 250): cranial nerve XII

Page 199-201-203 (page 306-310): 6 layered cortex

Page 204 (page 311): cortical areas

Page 222 (page 334): cranial nerve V

Page 223 (page 335): taste pathways

Please Review the Following Notes

This will give you the order and list of cranial nerve nuclei and ganglia we will cover in B4. Try to familiarize yourself with these structures. As usual you will also have lots of other easy (and efficient) techniques.

Cranial (and Spinal) Nerves: Overview

"Old Opie Occiput Tries Trigonometry

And Feels

Very Gloomy, Vague, And Hypoactive"

Old Opie: Olfactory, Optic

Occiput Tries Trigonometry: Oculomotor, Trochlear, Trigeminal

And Feels: Abducens, Facial

Very: Vestibulocochlear

Gloomy, Vague, And Hypoactive: Glossopharyngeal, Vagus, Accessory,Hypoglossal

0 - Nervus Terminalis: Reminder

The nervus terminalis lie in the medial side of the olfactory nerve. This nerve is related to reproduction (pheromones) and associated to the vomeronasal organ.

We will not specifically work on this nucleus in B4.

I - II Olfactory - Optic Special sensory nerves

We will not specifically work on these nuclei in B4.

III - Oculomotor (Motor)

OVERVIEW: 

- General somatic motor to four extraocular muscles, and levator palpebrae superioris muscle 

- Visceral motor: intrinsic muscles of the eye. 

Parasympathetic nuclei: Edinger-Westphal nuclei. Two functions:

a- Pupillary (iris) constrictor muscle. Action: pupil contraction

b- Ciliary muscle: accommodation of lens, convergence. Action: help to look at closer objects).

Nucleus of III: located at the level of the superior colliculi.

Ciliary ganglion (parasympathetic): a flat ganglion located lateral to the optic nerve.

IV - Trochlear (Motor)

OVERVIEW: Strictly somatic motor for the superior oblique muscle

The smallest of the 12 cranial nerves and the only cranial nerve to emerge posteriorely (dorsally) in the brainstem and to be contralateral.

Nucleus of IV: located at the level of the inferior colliculi, inferior to the nucleus of III.

V - Trigeminal (Mixed) (NN221) ("triplet" nerve)

OVERVIEW: Motor for muscles of mastication and 4 other muscles.

General sensory for the cranium, face and neck, sinus, meninges (anterior 2/3), etc.

The trigeminal is the largest cranial nerve nuclei and the largest ganglion of the CNS.

•            GENERAL SENSORY FUNCTIONS: They are three main divisions of the trigeminal nuclei extending throughout the entire brainstem (and the upper part of the spinal cord, as far as C2-C3).

As a simplification:

•            THE MESENCEPHALIC NUCLEUS: proprioception, mechanoreceptors for the jaw and teeth.

•            THE PONTINE (PRINCIPAL OR CHIEF) SENSORY NUCLEUS: touch (epicritic) and position in space (proprioceptive) sensations

•            THE SPINAL (INFERIOR OR CAUDAL) NUCLEUS: pain and temperature (protopathic) information for the face.

The spinal trigeminal nucleus is made up of three parts, from inferior to superior: 

- Part caudalis

- Part interpolaris 

- Part oralis (with some tactile function).

VI - Abducens (Motor)

OVERVIEW: Strictly motor for the lateral rectus muscle

The Abducens nucleus: is located in the floor of the 4th ventricle.

VII - Facial (Mixed)

OVERVIEW:

1- Branchial motor for muscles of facial expression, and 3 other muscles.

2- Visceral motor for lacrimal, nasal, and salivary glands (except parotid gland).

- Superior salivatory nuclei: Parasympathetic motor impulses

Two ganglia:

a- pterygopalatine ganglion: lacrimal glands + nasal mucosa

b- submandibular ganglion: submandibular and sublingual glands

3- Taste of anterior 2/3 of the tongue: Nucleus upper (cephalic) part of tractus solitarius. Relay in the Geniculate ganglion (sensory)

4- General sensation for a little area of external ear, etc.:Spinal nucleus of the trigeminal nerve

VIII - Vestibulocochlear (Sensory)

We already did this nucleus in B3.

IX - Glossopharyngeal (Mixed)

OVERVIEW:

•            Branchial motor for one muscle: stylopharyngeus muscle (help swallowing) - Nucleus Ambiguus

•            Visceral motor to parotid gland: Inferior Salivatory nucleus (parasympathetic)

•            Visceral sensory functions to carotid body and carotid sinus: Nucleus of the tractus Solitarius, caudal end.

•            Taste posterior 1/3 of the tongue (bitter, sour): Nucleus of the tractus Solitarius, cephalic (upper) end. 

•            General sensation for the posterior 1/3 of tongue, pharynx (participate in "gag" and vomit reflex), tonsil, small area of the posterior ear, Eustachian tube, etc. Spinal trigeminal nucleus. 

Glossopharyngeal (IX) Sensory ganglia:

- Superior ganglion or Jugular ganglion: general sensory pathway

- Inferior ganglion or Petrosal or Plexiform: sensory, taste and baroreceptors pathway.

X - Vagus (Mixed) ("wandering" nerve)

OVERVIEW:

•            Branchial motor to larynx and pharynx: Nucleus Ambiguus

•            Visceral motor to the heart, lungs, and abdominal organs as far as right 2/3 of colon: Dorsal motor nucleus of the Vagus (preganglionic parasympathetic fibers) + Nucleus Ambiguus

•            Visceral sensation from larynx, trachea, esophagus, thoracic and abdominal viscera: Nucleus tractus Solitarius, caudal end

•            Taste posterior of the throat: Nucleus tractus Solitarius, cephalic end

•            General sensation for skin of lower pharynx, larynx, posterior meninges, external auditory meatus, small part of skin of external ear, etc.: Spinal nucleus of the trigeminal nerve

Vagus Sensory ganglia (X):

- Superior ganglion or Rostral ganglion: sensory pathway (skin, meninges)

- Inferior ganglion or Nodose ganglion: mainly taste pathway (back of the throat)

XI - Accessory (Mixed)

OVERVIEW: strictly motor for SCM and trapezius muscles

Sternocleidomastoid (ipsilateral) and trapezius (ipsi or contralateral).

There is a long spinal root (from C1-C5) and a small cranial root (nucleus ambiguus) for this nerve.

XII - Hypoglossal (Motor)

OVERVIEW: Strictly motor, intrinsic & extrinsic muscles of the tongue (except the palatoglossus muscle innervated by X).

We will also work on:

- Spinal Nerve Ganglia (or Dorsal Root Ganglia = DRG)

- Periaqueductal Gray matter (PAG)

Enseignants

CHIKLY Bruno

Bruno Chikly, MD (France), DO (France, UK), LMT (AZ), is the director  of the Lymph Drainage Therapy (LDT) and Brain curriculi.

He is a graduate of the Medical School at Saint Antoine Hospital in France, where his internship in general medicine included training in endocrinology, surgery, neurology and psychiatry. Dr. Chikly also earned the United States equivalent of a master's degree in psychology from Paris XIII University, France.

His medical doctoral thesis, which addressed the lymphatic system, its historical evolution and the manual lymphatic drainage technique, was awarded a Medal of Medical Faculty of Paris VI, a prestigious acknowledgment for in-depth work and scientific presentation.

Dr Chikly received a Doctorate in Osteopathy (hon.) from the European School of Osteopathy (ESO), Maidstone (Renzo Molinari), UK (2002); a Doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine from CROMON/AIROP (2009) and aDoctorate in Osteopathic Sciences from the European University of Brussels, Belgium (2010). He is registered in the French National Registry of Osteopathy (ADELI #75-00-1227-0).

Dr Chikly extensively studied osteopathic techniques and other hands-on modalities, both in Europe and the United States, including Manual Lymphatic Therapies, Osteopathy in the Cranial field, Biodynamics program in Osteopathy, CranioSacral Therapy, Visceral Manipulation, Mechanical Link, Muscle Energy, Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular Therapy, SomatoEmotional Release and others.

Dr. Chikly is a member of the International Society of Lymphology (ISL) and an associate member of the American Academy of Osteopathy (AAO), the Cranial Academy and a licensed massage therapist from Arizona, USA. He was Adjunct Professor of the Union Institute and University Graduate College (University of Ohio), he is listed in the millennium edition of Marquis' Who's Who in the World. Dr Chikly was the recipient of the 2014 Massage Therapy Hall of Fame.

In his definitive text, "Silent Waves: Theory and Practice of Lymph Drainage Therapy," 2nd Edition (450 pages), Dr. Chikly addresses the applications for lymphedema, chronic pain and inflammation. "Silent Waves" is carried by Stanford University Medical Library and is the first comprehensive book on the lymphatic system and lymphedema in North America.

Dr. Chikly, is an international seminar leader, lecturer and writer. He has spoken to most North American professional medical and health-related groups and to many lymphedema support groups. He lives in Arizona with is wife and teaching partner Alaya Chikly, LMT.

Pather Loven

Infos principales

Matin
11:30 - 18:30
Matin
11:30 - 18:30
Matin
11:30 - 18:30
English
Aucune
Membre
780.00 CHF
Non membre
960.00 CHF
Assistant
490.00 CHF

Infos supplémentaires

Conditions particulières

Mr. Chikly will give the training as a webinar. His assistant, Loven Pather, an experienced osteopath, will be present in the room in Zurich.

Lectures recommandées

- Trigeminal Spinal Nucleus: Practical Demo.

-Chikly Institute (CHI): Brain 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95h0YGrWfrk&feature=relmfu

- Dr. Chikly Demonstrates Brain Level 4 Techniques: ANS Techniques http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHKxrjozom4

- Dr. Chikly & Brain Therapy: Entering New Frontiers in Manual Therapy http://youtu.be/UltczDDj5aI

- Brain Therapy Demo: Cerebral Palsy, Spasticity & Developmental Delay by Dr Chikly - in English and Spanish http://youtu.be/1D2ZvHaQLBE



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