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DIFFERENTIAL BALANCE SHEET by segment and system

S 7 - The use of various therapeutic tools: Kine, tapping and cupping

S 14 - Physiology and Anatomy of the Human Body MTA


S 8 - Introduction to the various concepts Traditional Chinese Medicine

S 9- Understanding and applying the various concepts and principles of treatment in Chinese medicine

S 10 - The use of various therapeutic tools: Massage (Tui Na) and Lymphatic Drainage

S 11- The family constellation according to various concepts 

S 12- Etiomedicine/ Etiotherapy: accompanying technique/ energy differential assessment after

Dr. Brinette

S 13 - Clinical Practice Set-up and Application

After participation in a seminar, if the participant wishes to repeat the seminar. The participant must make a written request to set up the terms of participation and to know the cost of rehearsal.

Archetypal embryology
Meridian paths

Differential assessment: Semantic recall  

  • Initial training to acquire the basic concepts essential to understanding the implementation of differential balance sheets.

    • the manual therapy approach

    • the approach of Chinese medicine - TCM

    • the etiomedicine approach - support technique - etiotherapy

  • Subsequently, training will be carried out on different parts of the body and system as well as concepts (TCM, Osteopathy and Etiomedicine).

Target audience

Any professional wishing to specialize in differential assessment

Holders of training in health or movement science,

holders of additional or alternative training in health and care.


Training objective

Understand the different assessment tools to exclude emergencies

Develop, using clinical cases, demonstrations, test interpretations and practical scenarios of the following topics


This training is intended to be interactive and as practical as possible; discussion spaces are provided.


Training site

Vevey 1800, Switzerland


3 days of continuing education

- The dates will be indicated on the news-event and registration website


the dates will be indicated on news-event site

and registration possible​


9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Saturday to Monday


from Friday to Sunday

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