2019 Programme

Friday 18th October 2019

Please note that: the Program of the Conference is not complete and may be subject to change
The Conference will be held in English language with translation into Italian language.
09:00-13:00 morning session

ALLOSTATIC APPLIED THEORY

08:30 Registration of participants
09:00 Opening ceremony
09:10 Authorities
SESSION 1: ALLOSTATIC APPLIED THEORY
09:15 Allostasis and stress across the life span - Andrea Sgoifo
10:00 Interoception as a meaningful element for allostasis - Francesco Cerritelli
10:20 The allostatic Mind - Fabrizio Piras
10:40 Discussion
11:00 Coffee break
SESSION 2: CLINICAL ALLOSTATIC UNDERPINNINGS
11:30 Philosophical issues in defining the concepts of allostasis and allostatic load and their implications for osteopathic practice and research - Hilary Abbey
12:15 Allostatic load and visceral pain dysfunction- Phil Austin
12:35 Clinical management of allostatic load: a manual medicine perspective - Christian Fossum
h. 12:55 Discussion
h.13:00 Lunch break
h.13:30 Poster Presentation
 

14:30 - 18:00 Afternoon session

Workshop Parallel Session

14:30-16:00
1st workshop session

Workshop 1: New Approach for Touch Interpretation Valuing and Emphasizing on INteroception for OSTeopathic diagnosis after MEDitative states (Native in Ost Med) - Rafael Zegarra Parodi

Workshop 2: Teaching palpation Going Further and meet allostasis? - Andrée Aubin, Alain Bouchard, Chantal Morin
Workshop 3: Research oral presentations
Workshop 4: Advances in biomechanics and 3D analysis - Lea Awai & Mathieu Menard

16:00 - 16:30 Coffee Break

16:30 - 18:00
2nd workshop session

Workshop 1: Practitioners confidence and trust for patients positive change - does it make a difference? - Hilary Abbey
Workshop 2: Exploring non-specific effects of osteopathic care - Paul Vaucher, Francesco Cerritelli
Workshop 3: Diagnosis in osteopathy. Palpatory osteopathic syndromes as methodological principles of the profession - Dmitry Mokhov & Cyril Clouzeau
Workshop 4: Clinical management of allostatic load: a manual medicin perspective - Christian Fossum

GALA DINNER

The Gala dinner is scheduled for Friday, October 18, 2019 is open to all participants and it will be held at the Restaurant of the Grand Hotel Baia Verde – Catania.

The cost of the dinner is € 50.00 to be paid upon registration.

Saturday 19 October 2019

08:30-13:00 morning session

CLINICAL APPLICATION OF ALLOSTATIC CONCEPTS

 

08:30 Registration
09:00 Opening
SESSION 1: KEY ELEMENTS IN ALLOSTASIS
09:15 Vegetative system as output of allostatic adaptations -
10: 00 Stress and allostasis: a snapshot from PNEI - Nicola Barsotti
10: 20 Predective processing and allostatic regulation in clinical practice - Jorge Esteves
10:40 Discussion
11:00 Coffee break
SESSION 2: FACTORS TO CONTROLL ALLOSTASIS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE
11:30 Allostatic regulation and symptom management within a biopsychosocial framework - Jorge Esteves
12:15 Integrated allostatic approach: the new vision of patient-centred health care - Francesco Cerritelli
12:35 Discussion & COME Award Cerimony
13:00 Lunch Break
13:30 Poster Presentation

 

 

14:30 - 18:00 Afternoon session

Workshop Parallel Session

14:30-16:00
1st workshop session

Workshop 1: Allostatic load and visceral pain dysfunction - Philippe Austin
Workshop 2: Touching allostatic load? A world cafe for osteopathic community conversation - Christian Lunghi
Workshop 3: PNEI in the clinical practice - Nicola Barsotti, Diego Lanaro, Alessandro Casini
Workshop 4: Research and oral presentations

16:00 - 16:30 Coffee Break

16:30 - 17:15
2nd workshop session

These workshops will be independently chosen at conference site. This session will provide updates regarding the activities of National CEntre (NACE) of the Non-profit Foundation C.O.ME. Collaboration.

Workshop 1: Presentation by the NAtional CEntre ITALY -
Workshop 2: Presentation by the NAtional CEntre BELGIUM - Patrick Van Dun
Workshop 3: Presentation by the NAtional CEntre GERMANY -
Workshop 4: Presentation by the NAtional CEntre CANADA - Alain Bouchard
17:30 - 18:00 Closing ceremony