Presenters Open Forum 2018

Carmine Castagna
 
D.O., BSc. (Hons) Ost, PGc. Edu.
Carmine Castagna OsEAN Open Forum 2018 Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostics  

Carmine Castagna, followed in the footsteps of his father by becoming an osteopath. He studied at the Istituto Superiore di Osteopatia (ISO), Milan, completing the BSc (Hons) Ost degree course in 2008. From that year onwards he has been a practicing osteopath, as well as active in osteopathic education. In 2010, he became principal of the ISO, a full time osteopathic degree course college; in the same year he was chosen as vice-chairman for the education committee of the ROI Register of Osteopaths of Italy. Since 2012 is working on the professional profile of osteopaths in Italy. In 2013 is Italian deputy to the CEN (European Committee for Standardization), engaged in the definition of the professional profile of osteopaths in Europe. In 2014 he competed a postgraduate certificated in  academic and clinical education at the British School of Osteopathy . It’s actually involved in the writing of the core competence of osteopathy for the ROI, and member of the boar of Directors of the OsEAN.

Arnaud Crepin
 
D.O. 
Arnaud Crepin OsEAN Open Forum 2018 Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostics

 

Graduated in Osteopathy at Ostéobio, France, in 2002. He is currently working in private practice in Paris and Rebais, a Parisian suburb.
Since 2003 he has been teaching at Ostéobio specializing in the field of Visceral, he took up the responsibilities of research and, since 2012, he is in charge of professional development at the school.

Tim Daelemans
 
MSc. PT. BSc. MSc. Ost.

Tim Daelemans OsEAN Open Forum 2018 Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostic

 

The author is the director of the FICO osteopathy academy. The academy has sites on different locations in the EU. He is also a teacher in both the base education as on an international post-graduate level and on international congresses. He's an advocate of scientific foundation of the osteopathic medicine. The author is also an auditor for the ASI - OsEAN collaboration and a co - author of the European norm on osteopathic services (CEN).

Hans Fauville
 
MSc. Ost D.O.
Hans Fauville OsEAN Open Forum 2018 Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostics

 

Senior lecturer at FICO Osteopathy Academy, International postgraduate course teacher , Vice  president of FICO Osteopathy Academy

Philippe Gadet
 
D.O.
Philippe Gadet - OsEAN Open Forum Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostics, Lyon 2018

  Recently graduated in osteopathy after an 18-year career as a Naval Aviation pilot, I gained teaching and pedagogical expertise as an instructor pilot. Author and technical advisor in osteopathy with the editor Elsevier, I published as co-author "Fiches Pratiques d’Anatomie Palpatoire en Ostéopathie" in French and Spanish langage. In June 2018 will be published my second book « Maîtriser l’Examen Clinique en Ostéopathie – L’Examen Pas à Pas ». In parallel, I’m working as technical advisor on the French version of Thomas Myers’ best-seller of manual therapy «  Anatomy Trains ». I am trained in the practice of Therapeutic Education, a concept that I develop in my daily care and in my latest book.

Karine Gagnon
 
D.O.
Karine Gagnon OsEAN Open Forum 2018 Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostics

 

Academic degrees:

  • Graduate in Physiotherapy from the Université de Montréal in 1998
  • Graduate in Osteopathy from the Centre ostéopathique du Québec in 2007
  • Certificate in Pedagogy of Higher Education from the Université de Sherbrooke in 2014
Work experience:
  • Private practice in perinatal osteopathy since 2007
  • Clinical supervisor at the Centre ostéopathique du Québec from 2008 to 2012
  • Teacher at the Centre ostéopathique du Québec since 2011
  • Clinical training director at the Centre ostéopathique du Québec since 2013

Sandra Grace
 
Associate Professor (PhD, MSc., DC, D.O., BA)
Sandra Grace OsEAN Open Forum 2018 Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostics

  Associate Professor Sandra Grace is Director of Research in the School of Health and Human Sciences and Deputy Chair, Academic Board (Research) at Southern Cross University. She has extensive research experience investigating primary health care, practice-based education, interprofessional education and practice, and integrative and complementary medicine. She has built strong collaborations with health professional associations, federal government regulation agencies, national and international medical, allied health and complementary medicine curriculum designers and educators to maximise the impact of her  research. Sandra was Course Co-ordinator for the Master of Osteopathic Medicine program at Southern Cross University for six years and has co-ordinated the research projects of students enrolled in the program for the past seven years. Sandra has also enjoyed her part-time clinical practice as an osteopath and chiropractor for over 30 years.

Rik Hoste
 
D.O.
Rik Hoste OsEAN Open Forum 2018 Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostics   Rik Hoste, born in 1962, studied at the University of Leuven (Belgium) and holds a master’s degree in physiotherapy. Afterwards he began to study Osteopathic Medicine at the Andrew Taylor Still Academy (France). He received his DO degree in 2000. Since then he is part of the faculty at the College of Osteopathic Medicine Sutherland in Belgium, Netherlands and Germany. The fields in which Rik Hoste teaches are the Visceral Thoracic System, Cranial Nerves, Balanced Ligamentous Tension Techniques and Scientific Methodology.
Rik Hoste was also involved in the creation of CORPP (Commission for Osteopathic Research Practice and Promotion) and graduated in 2009 in Biotherapy and Homotoxicology.
In addition now to his private osteopathy practice (www.osteopaatbrugge.be) and to his teaching assignments at the College for Osteopathy Sutherland Amsterdam (The Netherlands, www.college-sutherland.nl), Rik Hoste is since 2013 also the founder and manager of RUNNING AND MORE (www.runningandmore.be), a sports medical test center in Bruges (Belgium), where athletes of all kinds of sports are screened from an osteopathic holistic point of view in the areas of biomechanics, injury prevention, exercise physiology, physical training, medical diagnostics and sports nutrition.

Franck Garnier
 
D.O., MSc., PhD student sciences education
    I have been an osteopath for 7 years and I teach osteopathy at COS school in Strasbourg for 5 years. Two years ago I obtained a Master's degree in Medical Pedagogy at the Faculty of Medicine in Strasbourg and I am currently studying for a PhD in Education Sciences at the University of Strasbourg.

Geneviève Lord-Bentkowski
 
D.O.
Geneviève Lord Bentkowski OsEAN Open Forum 2018 Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostics

 
Academic degrees:
  • Graduate in Bachelor of Science, specialisation in Exercise Science: Athletic Therapy from Concordia University in 2004 
  • Graduate in Osteopathy from the Centre ostéopathique du Québec in 2011
 Work experience:
  • Private practice in osteopathy since 2011
  • Clinical supervisor at the Centre ostéopathique du Québec since 2012
  • Teacher at the Centre ostéopathique du Québec since 2014

Christian Lunghi
 
D.O.
Lunghi Christian OsEAN Open Forum 2018 Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostics

  Christian Lunghi works as osteopath and naturopath in Rome and Bracciano (Italy). He is a member of the Italian Advisory Board of the Centre of Osteopathic Medicine Collaboration foundation (COME), and member of the Research Commitee and of the National Examining Board , and of the Core Competence Working Group of the Italian Register of Osteopaths (ROI). He lectures on osteopathic clinical reasoning and rational of osteopathic medicine. He is author and co-author of books and publications in indexed journals.

Hakim Mhadhbi
 
D.O., MSc.
Hakim Mhadhbi OsEAN Open Forum 2018 Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostics

  Head of the Clinical Practice at the Institut d’Ostéopathie de Rennes
I qualified as an Osteopath in 2005 and currently work full time at the Institut d’Ostéopathie de Rennes, where I am an Associate Professor and the Head of the Clinical Department.
I also completed a Master Degree in Biomechanics (2013) involving the use of infrared thermography analysing lower limb temperature distribution pattern during exercise. I’m currently collaborating at several projects on sport sciences exploring the influence of osteopathic treatment on joint kinematics and muscle lengths. My research interests include applied anatomy and their application within osteopathic practice, e-learning in osteopathic education and the use of simulation as a tool for clinical reasoning.

Mario González
 
D.O., MSc.
Mario Gonzalez OsEAN Open Forum Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostics, Lyon 2018

  Mario is Co-Principal and teacher at FBEO since 2009 in Madrid.
He has a large clinical experience since graduating in Physiotherapy in 1988 (Institut Libre d'enseignement supérieur paramédical de Bruxelles) and as an osteopath in 1992 in the FBO (Formation Belge des Ostéopathe).
Since 1988 he has been working in private practice and in 2000 he moved to Madrid.
He is currently the director of the Clinic of Osteopathy and Advanced Medicine of the FBEO.
He has a vast osteopathic international postgraduate training (in different areas and models) and he is MSc in Osteopathy by UCAM (San Antonio Catholic University of Murcia).
His teaching career in Osteopathy began more than 15 years ago and since then he has taught in several schools of Osteopathy and University Masters in both Europe and Latin America.
He is passionate about the analysis of movement, biomechanics and the synergy of myofascial chains.Mario is Co-Principal and teacher at FBEO since 2009 in Madrid.
He has a large clinical experience since graduating in Physiotherapy in 1988 (Institut Libre d'enseignement supérieur paramédical de Bruxelles) and as an osteopath in 1992 in the FBO (Formation Belge des Ostéopathe).
Since 1988 he has been working in private practice and in 2000 he moved to Madrid.
He is currently the director of the Clinic of Osteopathy and Advanced Medicine of the FBEO.
He has a vast osteopathic international postgraduate training (in different areas and models) and he is MSc in Osteopathy by UCAM (San Antonio Catholic University of Murcia).
His teaching career in Osteopathy began more than 15 years ago and since then he has taught in several schools of Osteopathy and University Masters in both Europe and Latin America.
He is passionate about the analysis of movement, biomechanics and the synergy of myofascial chains.

Aurelien Noyer
 
M.Ost, BSc.
Aurelien Noyer OsEAN Open Forum 2018 Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostics

  Aurelien qualified as an osteopath with an M.Ost from the University College of Osteopathy (formerly known as the British School of Osteopathy) in 2017 and currently works in private practice. He has a background in sport and exercise science having completed a BSc (Hons) from the University of Birmingham in 2013. His research interests include clinical reasoning, osteopathic education, sports nutrition and mechanisms of training adaptation.

Benjamin Soares
 
D.O., Pedagogic Master degree
Benjamin Soares OsEAN Open Forum Teaching Osteopathic Diagnostics  
2013 - degree in osteopathy
2013 - 2016 : assistant in CEESO Lyon
2016 - inter-university degree in medical pedagogy - Medical University of Strasbourg
2017 - Pedagogic Master degree - Medical University of Strasbourg
2017 - Pedagogic coordinator in CEESO Lyon, in charge of Faculty development and Didactic translation/pedagogic transcription for to organise teacher's training.
 
Five years osteopathy studies and D.O. later, Benjamin Soares decides to begin pedagogic ones, to become a teacher.  Realizing as medicine as well osteopathy, teacher's training and pedagogy are not yet developed, he decides to create and develop a  competency framework with the didactic translation.
Matteo Turinetto
 
D.O., M.Sc. Ost.
Matteo Turinetto small   Matteo Turinetto is senior lecturer, clinical tutor and Didactic Coordinator for Full time and Part time program at Istituto Superiore di Osteopatia (ISO).
Graduating as DO, in 2002, from ISO with a Bachelor of Science in Osteopathy validated by the University of Wales, begun his activities as Osteopathic Medicine teacher assistant and lecturer at ISO till present.
From 2007 al 2014 was ISO’s Course Coordinator and actively participated the validation process with Bucks New University and developing  BSc e MSc Full Time courses curricula.
In 2014 reinforce his educational competencies with the Postgraduate Certificate in Academic and Clinical Education taught by The British School of Osteopathy where in 2016 complete the  Master of Science Degree in Osteopathy (MSc. Ost.)

 

Poster Presnters

Andrée Aubin
 
D.O.
OsEAN Open Forum Lyon 2018 - Andree Aubin 1

 

Andrée Aubin has a private practice in osteopathy since 1992 when she obtained her degree in osteopathy at the Centre ostéopathique du Québec.  She graduated in Physiotherapy in the University of Montreal in 1986. She is currently Principal of the Centre ostéopathique du Québec (COQ), where she teaches for over 25 years. Her expertise concerns osteopathic teaching methods, particularly palpation skills, management of complex cases and clinical reasoning processes. In collaboration with Alain Auberville, she has published a book at Elsevier in 2015, called “La motilité en ostéopathie. Nouveau concept basé sur l’embryologie” that introduces a new clinical intervention model. Since 2013, she is involved in the creation of an osteopathic master degree program at the University of Sherbrooke.

Claudine Boulanger
 
D.O.

Claudine Boulanger

  Graduate of Physiotherapy Technology from Montmorency College of Laval in 1996
Graduate of Osteopathy from the Centre ostéopathique du Québec (COQ) in 2012
Teacher at Osteopathy-COQ since 2012 - Presently teacher in the clinical reasoning and assistant in pediatrics fields, clinical supervisor and individual follow-ups
Member of the manangement committee at the Centre ostéopathique du Québec since 2016

Karen Carroll
 
D.O. ND, Dip Paed Ost, FSCCO
OsEAN Open Forum 2018 - Karen Carroll   TRAINING:   BCOM, graduated 1993 (DO, ND)
POST GRAD    Dip Paed Ost
    Ost. Ed. (the SCC module for educators in post-graduate osteopathy)
    A Full Member of the SCC (full SCC pathway modules completed)
    Biodynamic Osteopathy phases 1 - 7 and Treatment of Children modules
CURRENTLY:  Principal: Amersham Osteopathic Clinic, Buckinghamshire, UK
    Consultant in Charge at the FPO / OCC clinic, London
    Module leader: Clinical Presentations weekends (for the Post Graduate Diploma in Paediatric        Osteopathy), Senior Faculty member of OCC.
    Teaching in Europe: previously for  FICO (Belgium), currently annual postgraduate modules in        Paediatric Osteopathy: OAM & DGOM (Germany),  and this year also for IASO (Spain) and OZK       (Vienna)
    Member of SCC research subcommittee
    A recognised authority in the U.K. on Laser Therapy.
    Has lectured nationally and internationally on the theory and clinical use of laser therapy to        physicians and private practitioners in the musculoskeletal,tissue viability, sports injury and veterinary      / equine fields, providing full day, evidence based seminars on low level laser therapy.
LIVING   Amersham, Buckinghamshire

David Dessauge
 
D.O.
    Osteopath since 1999, teacher in Osteobio since 2002, University of Montpellier Degree of surgical and sectional anatomy in 2008, Author of a publication in Journal of Craniofacial Surgery in 2011 (Classification and pathogenic models of unintentional pos

Irina Egorova
 
MD, D.O., PhD
Prof. Irina EGOROVA   In 1989 graduated from Medical Institute of Pediatrics, with internship in pediatric neurology In 1999 she graduated from training in osteopathy at Ecole Supérieure d’Ostéopathie (Paris), defended Diploma in Geneva, receiving the degree of DO
Since 2000 Lecturer at the Institute of Osteopathic Medicine, from December 2005 – Head of the Institute
In 2003 defended her PhD thesis on the topic: “Hypertension-hydrocephalic syndrome in children during the first three months of life”
In 2006 she became first prize laureate at the European Federation of Osteopaths for research in osteopathy
In 2008 defended her doctoral dissertation on the subject: “Somatic dysfunctions in young children”
Author of more than 150 scientific papers on osteopathy, including 5 patents of Russian Federation, 3 monographs, 4 manuals.

Valerie MacLean
 
D.Sc.O., D.O.M.P.
    Valerie MacLean is from Peterborough, Ontario Canada.  She has a combined private practice as a Neurodevelopmental Educational Therapist and an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner called The Phoenix Centre.  She is a graduate of The Canadian College of Osteopathy, Toronto Campus.  She defended her thesis in 2016, which was titled The Effectiveness of Ultrasound Feedback on Osteopathic Students’ Abdominal Visceral Palpation Confidence: A Mixed Methods Study.  Valerie also has a background in neurodevelopment, education, and in radiography and ultrasonography.  She began her career in diagnostic imaging at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Ontario, and McMaster University Medical Center in Hamilton, Ontario.  She has extensive training in neurodevelopment, sensory integration, and in education.  She is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences.

Dmitry Mokhov
 
DO, MD, PhD, DSc
Dmitry Mokhov small

  Head of the Osteopathy’s Department (North-Western Medical University n. a. I. I. Mechnikov); Director of the Institute of Osteopathy (“Saint Petersburg State University”);
Founder and director of the network of clinics “Mokhov Institute of Osteopathy”

Chantal Morin
 
O.T., D.O., PhD
Chantal Morin small   Chantal obtained her degree in osteopathy at the Centre ostéopathique du Québec (COQ) in 2002. She also earned a bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy from McGill University in Montreal (1995) and a Master’s (2011) and a PhD (2017) degree in clinical sciences from the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences of l’Université de Sherbrooke. Her main research interests are: interprofessional collaboration between osteopaths and physicians, inter-ratter reliability testing including in the cranial field, otitis media, and innovative pedagogical approaches. She teaches paediatrics, research and clinical reasoning at the COQ and she is an associate professor at the rehabilitation program of the Université de Sherbrooke. She has a private practice and has developed a rich interdisciplinarity network both in research and clinical field.

Andreas J. Risch
 
M.Sc., D.O.
Andreas Risch   He graduated from osteopathic school in Munich, Germany in 2005 and works in his own private practices in Eichstätt and Ingolstadt/Gaimersheim, Germany. In 2011 he finished his Master of Science in osteopathy (M.Sc.) in Vienna and the Donau-Universität Krems, Austria.
Andreas is a founding member of the German naturopathic osteopathic association „hpO“ and works as a consultant for this association in the field of health and communication sciences, especially salutogenesis and salutogenetic communication, education for pedagogics and didactics and qualitative research for complimentary and alternative medicine.
In addition Andreas is co-publisher of the German osteopathic magazine „Osteopathische Medizin“ by Elsevier.

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