QINOpractic 2

European College of QINOpractic Medicine

QINOpractic - Module 2

Module 2 takes place a couple of months after the completion of Module 1.

The second module is divided into 2 separat courses 2:1 and 2:2 with a few months between the two as well. 
2:1 highlights core stability as a fundamental aspect of the maintenance of biomechanical stability.

Proper brain function is essential in the training of these core muscles. Without proper communication, a training session will be poorly executed and increases the probability of resulting in injury.

These ‘core’ muscles consist of the diaphragm, pelvic floor and the muscles of the abdomen and lower back. In an optimum state, these muscles are fully functional and work together in a state of neurological integration. However, so often, disruption to this balance leads to poor function and a number of symptoms including back and pelvic pain, incontinence and sciatic pain.

In the final stage, 2:2 of completing this course and becoming a Diplomate in QINOpractic Medicine, you will learn a number of solid techniques, primarily from Kinesiology and Osteopathy.

Module 2 Course Content:

QINOpractic Philosophy

Muscle Testing and Diagnostics

Applied, Physiological and Neurological Kinesiology

Anatomy & Physiology

Neuro Physiology

Theory and Ethics

Differential Diagnosis

Advanced Kinesiology

Core Stability Training and Treatment


Chinese Medicine

Differential Diagnosis


Integrated Rehabilitation

Stress and Stress Reactions in the Body (continued)


Chiropractic soft tissue application (no manipulation)

Cranial, Cranio-Sacral and Meningial treatment

Chinese Meridian therapy (no needles)

QINOpractic protocol

QINOpractic Medicine Module 2

Course length:

Both 2:1 and 2:2
6 days - 3 days each. (9,00 am - 5,00 pm)


Successful completion of Module 1.                                           


After successful completion of each block, you have to do 20 case studies per block
(Total 40) then you will receive your Diploma:

QINOpractic Medicine practitioner



Kinesiological soft tissue application

Cranial, Cranio-Sacral and Meningial treatment

Chinese Meridian therapy (no needles)

QINOpractic protocol


European College of QINOpractic Medicine


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