SOT® Method Intensive Series with Ned Heese, DC, FICS
February 27, 2021 9:00 AM
ABOUT DR. HEESE:
Dr. Heese has been involved in the De Jarnette Methods of Sacro Occipital Technic for 45 years, in practice and as an instructor at Cleveland University, Kansas City. He has taught SOT® Methods as the elective at Cleveland for 28 years. He began attending SORSI seminars becoming a lead instructor and presenter. He wrote several papers outlining methods of SOT® that worked toward his earning a Fellowship in 1993. He conducted a project using a chiropractic force table that measured the pressures applied in Cervical Stairstep Technique. It was accepted by RACC as a presentation at the Baltimore conference in the spring of 2019.
- Session 1: Saturday, FEB 27, 2021
- Session 2: Saturday, March 27, 2021
- Session 3: Saturday, April 24, 2021
TIME: 9am – 2pm CST
LOCATION: 6220 Antioch Ste 100 Merriam, KS 66202
BONUS! Dr. Shara and Dr Heese will be providing lunch for all participants!
Day One Intensive (Feb):
This seminar will allow instructors to add their input that they obtained from decades of practice and past De Jarnette manuals that add to each protocol.
Hour One: This hour will begin with the standing analysis that includes Mind Language, 1st rib analysis, pelvic sway also Cervical Compaction to distinguish pelvic distortion.
Hour Two: This hour demonstrates the Heel Tension technique, leg length measurement and blocking technique.
Hour Three: Crest and Dollar sign techniques will be explained and demonstrated so there is a full understanding of the methods applied. Here a small break for lunch.
Hour Four: 5th Lumbar Cough Test and block placement to know begin the search for the vasomotor subluxation and adjustment..
Hour Five: This hour we plan to have the attendees work on a De Jarnette Category One adjustment to use Monday morning. Each hour will have hands on practice.
SORSI HOURS ARE RECORDED AFTER COMPLETION AND VERIFICATION OF ATTENDANCE.
There are no CEU credits available at this time.
Day Two Intensive (March)
This seminar will allow instructors to add their input that they obtained from decades of practice and past De Jarnette manuals that add to each protocol. Each hour will have hands on practice.
Hour One: This hour will begin with standing and supine analysis of indicators that include 1st Rib analysis, pelvic sway, Cervical Compaction and De Jarnette Arm fossa test (AFT) to determine Category Two SIJ weight bearing distortion. Also, Psoas muscle and Ileo-femoral leg techniques.
Hour Two: This will demonstrate how specific the the AFT is important for supine block adjusting the weightbearing portion of the SIJ. Leg length analysis and short/long leg determination Here a small break for lunch.
Hour Three: Leg length analysis for short/long leg determination. Correct way of blocking the patient with AFT monitoring to know when SIJ correction has been completed.
Hour Four: Discussion of post care for patient being adjusted with Category Two syndrome.
Hour Five: This hour we plan for the attendees to apply what they have learned when a active De Jarnette Category Two arrives in their office Monday morning.
SORSI HOURS ARE RECORDED AFTER COMPLETION AND VERIFICATION OF ATTNDANCE. CEU credits not available for these classes.
Day Three Intensive (April)
This hour will begin with standing, prone and orthopedic analysis in determining the De Jarnette Category Three pelvic and lumbar spine distortions that often are the causes of sciatic type pain due to disk involvement.
Hour Two: Demonstration of leg analysis and blocking methods to begin the reduction of pain caused by lumbar and disk distortion. The lower extremity Side Out Toe Out is demonstrated as as both diagnostic and corrective.
Hour Three: Psoas muscle and Ileo-femoral ligament techniques for Category Three. Here a small break for lunch.
Hour Four: Advanced lumbar adjusting methods when leg measurement in the course of a Category Three treatment.
Hour Five: Attendees will begiven this hour to utilize the techniques presented in this class to be confident when a Category Three patient is seen in their office.
SORSI HOURS ARE RECORDED AFTER COMPLETION AND VERIFICATION OF ATTENDANCE. CEU credits not available for this class.