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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is impacting people worldwide. In the United States alone, more than five million people will suffer from PTSD this year. There are major emotional, financial, and negative health implications associated with PTSD making it a timely priority.

睡眠とGlymphatic system。UIでもこの分野に関して研究し、セミナー等が開かれています。

昨日のJOA総会のAAO学会報告にて、AAO学会でスカイプでのレクチャーが行われたJeff Iliff,Ph.Dですが、グリンパティック系についてAAO学会でのレクチャーと同じような内容をTEDで語っている動画を佐藤鉄也理事が紹介してくれました。




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The brain uses a quarter of the body's entire energy supply, yet only accounts for about two percent of the body's mass. So how does this unique organ receiv...


クレニオセイクラルセラピー初級、中級セミナー 2017年8月3日〜2017年8月6日(東京都): アメリカのアプレジャーインスティチュート本部と同じカリキュラムで、クレニオセイクラルセラピーが学べます。修了後は本部に登録され、修了証が発行されます。 - こくちーずプロ(告知'sプロ)は、イベント、セミナー、勉強会などの集客をサポートする無料サービスです。参加者の管理や集計、懇親会(二次会)の出欠管理、チケットの発行、FacebookやTwitterとのソーシャル連携、コミュニティメンバー間の情報共有などができる主催者・イベント運営者のためのプロツールです。





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クレニオセイクラルセラピープレセミナー 2017年7月17日(東京都): クレニオセイクラルセラピーのご紹介と体験がセットになった1日セミナーです。お気軽にご参加ください。 - こくちーずプロ(告知'sプロ)は、イベント、セミナー、勉強会などの集客をサポートする無料サービスです。参加者の管理や集計、懇親会(二次会)の出欠管理、チケットの発行、FacebookやTwitterとのソーシャル連携、コミュニティメンバー間の情報共有などができる主催者・イベント運営者のためのプロツールです。


We are sorry to hear about John Matthew Upledger passing. Please accept our sincere condolences over the passing of him.

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Upledger Institute International
May 21

Our hearts are broken as we share this sad news…..

John Matthew Upledger, age 56, CEO of Upledger Institute International, the Barral Institute and the Internat...ional Alliance of Healthcare Educators (IAHE) passed away at his home in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida on May 21, 2017.

John Matthew “JM” was a true entrepreneur and successful businessman. He started his lifelong career in the company mail room, was recognized for his natural leadership skills early on and then quickly promoted through the ranks. While still very young, he was promoted to the position of CEO of the Institutes’ worldwide comprehensive continuing education and manual therapy training programs, product lines, Foundation and Clinic.

JM was born in Kirksville, Missouri and as a child moved with his family to Clearwater, Florida. JM was raised in both Florida and Michigan and attended Michigan State University (go Spartans). He leaves behind his beloved wife, Donna Stevens Upledger and their daughter Miranda Skye Upledger, his sister Leslie Upledger Ray (James) of San Diego, California, his brother Michael Upledger (Lynne) of Clearwater, Florida and his mother Beverly Roy Upledger of Palm Beach Gardens, FL. He was pre-deceased by his brother Mark and his father, Dr. John E. Upledger, the developer of Upledger CranioSacral Therapy. In addition, other surviving loved ones include his step-mother Dianne Gardner (Pete), a large extended family of aunts, uncles and cousins and numerous friends and colleagues.

JM was known for his incredible sense of humor, his passion for life and a good party! He loved the music of the 70s and 80s, and was passionate about his Miami Dolphins and MSU Spartans. Most of all, he was known for his incredible compassion and generosity. From staff to friends, he always made time to listen and then, with great empathy and kindness, offer advice that was wise beyond his years. His big-heartedness and loyalty were just two of the emblems of his larger-than-life personality.

JM was recognized for his creative and visionary spirit. With his determination, humor, keen business sense and positive spirit, he led by example and he and his team worked tirelessly to create one of the most recognized and respected manual therapy training and clinical names in the world. With more than 50 international affiliates, and 125,000 alumni residing in 110 countries, JM remained personally committed to a high standard of excellence and his strict adherence to delivering quality continuing education.

Starting with the work of his father, JM created a personal and collaborative environment for teaching manual techniques to treat individuals suffering from conditions including: migraine, headache, chronic neck and back pain, traumatic birth, orthopedic problems, scoliosis, TMJ, concussion and traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress, autism, Alzheimer’s and dementia, immune system disorders and post-surgical dysfunction. Today the Upledger Institute, Barral Institute and the IAHE network of companies are international leaders in manual therapy education.

JM had the unique ability to transform visionary ideas into programs that have benefited countless individuals throughout the world.

JM gave his time and talents by serving on the Boards of numerous professional, community, civic and business organizations and associations. He was an active member of the Young Presidents Organization/World Presidents Organization where he served in a variety of capacities.

To continue his legacy and honor JM’s life work, the family requests that donations be made in his memory to the Dr. John E. Upledger Foundation for the establishment of a John Matthew Upledger Scholarship.

Please keep JM and his entire family in your thoughts and prayers as you continue to make a difference in the lives of others in your own special ways. JM’s legacy will live on through the continued work of the Upledger Institute, Barral Institute and the IAHE network of companies. As JM always said, thumbs up!

Celebration of Life details will be provided in the near future.

Please feel free to share your photos and stories. It will be of great comfort to his friends and family.

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We are grateful for having a meaningful time with everyone. Many thanks to Chas and Stan, Dawn and all instructors. And my heartfelt thanks to Erla for coordinating this teacher meeting. With love and gratitude.


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Upledger Institute International
April 29

Upledger CranioSacral Therapy World Teacher Meeting
Reykjavik, Iceland
April, 2017


#Glial_cells have become an important focus of scientific studies with the evolution of technology in studying aging and the deterioration of the brain. These c...ells were mostly misunderstood and today more information is brought about on their importance through research. Here is a free link to better understand y/our brain cells and prepare you to Tad's class.

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Anatomy and Physiological aspects of glial cells, Role in Health and Disease


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日時: 2018年11月1日〜4日
講師: Orsolya Gabriel CST-D, N.P., P.T....
会場: 東京(詳細未定)


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Upledger Institute International
April 14

“We also should not forget that we have a responsibility toward our patients, which should motivate us to work more and study harder every day.”
~ Jean-Pierre Barral, DO

オステオパシー、クレニオセイクラルセラピーが脳震盪後後遺症などの症状に有効であったというAOA(American Osteopathic Association)の医師により書かれた記事。


Glymtphatic system…脳のクリーニングシステムが発見され、この後遺症のみでなくアルツハイマーなどの症状にも、オステオパシーやクレニオセイクラルセラピーがこの観点からこれから注目されていくことと思います。

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Upledger Institute International added 2 new photos.
April 3

Osteopathic manipulative treatment resolves concussion symptoms, reports suggest

Olympic physician explains glymphatic drainage may reduce the deleterious effec...ts of inflammation in patients with mild traumatic brain injury

Two case reports document improvements in concussion-related symptoms following an initial session of osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT).

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Upledger Institute International
March 24

April is CranioSacral Therapy Awareness month

The following are suggestions of ways you can celebrate CranioSacral Therapy Awareness month in your local community.

We’d love to hear about any successful events that you hold. Send us highlights and any photos to

We held CS1 and CS2 in Tokyo from 19th to 22th, Mar. It feels like spring is in the air, we all enjoyed it!


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