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LDV TA-O Fri. Aug 9th - Sun. Aug 11th, 2024 - Online Webinar
Class Code / Código de Clase
Prerequisites / Prerrequisitos
Class Date / Fecha de Clase
Friday, Aug 09, 2024 to Sunday, Aug 11, 2024
Additional Information / información adicional

Class Hours:

Day 1 - 10:00 am - 6:00 pm EASTERN DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME

Day 2 - 10:00 am - 6:00 pm EASTERN DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME

Day 3 - 10:00 am - 6:00 pm EASTERN DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME

The last day may be shorter.  Times are subject to change.

Times are subject to change.


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Class Description:

In this class, you will go over the cervical, thorax, and abdominal regions to learn rarely taught ligaments, organ interfaces, and intraorgan restrictions for numerous viscera. These include the esophagus, trachea, lungs, heart, mediastinum, liver, spleen, stomach, duodenum, small and large intestines, thoracic diaphragm.

  • Learn fluidic approach to viscera.
  • Discover an easy way to find a dominant lesion in an area.
  • Learn how to find intra-organ/intraparenchymatous lesions, ligament lesions, inter-organ lesions.
  • Release organs using mainly Lympho-fascia release (LFR), extracellular fluid techniques (EFT), and other techniques.


Cancellation Policy:

Tuition Transfer: The tuition is fully transferable up to 7 days prior to the start of the class.

Within 7 days, a $300.00 administrative fee will apply.

Tuition Refund: Tuition refund requests must be made in writing. Emails are acceptable. Tuition is fully refundable up to 30 days before the start of the class, after which your tuition is non-refundable. In case of emergency, any requests for a refund later than 30 days before class starts will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Class Country / País de la Clase
United States
Bruno Chikly, MD, DO, LMT
Special Class Information / Información Especial

Zoom Link and Study Guide will be sent via email 10 days before the start date of class. If you would like to order a printed study guide for $65, please email [email protected]. Study guide orders must be submitted 3 weeks before the start date of class to guarantee your guide will arrive to you in time.

Class Preparation / Preparación de la Clase

Advance study of anatomy is a prerequisite for this class. Review the list of words and see where your stand with your knowledge. It is very important that you prepare for this class in advance - even if you don't plan to attend the class for years, it is not too early to begin your study of these structures. We have provided a list of terms below you need to study before attending this course.

A most anatomical reference book on the thorax, abdomen, and pelvic section will refer to these terms. For example, Netter's 4th edition, section III, IV, and V.

  • Lungs

  • Fissures, pleura, apex (dome) of the lungs, suspensory ligaments of the lungs*, mediastinum, thymus, thyroid, trachea, bronchi, thoracic/abdominal esophagus, phrenic nerve. Parietal and visceral peritoneum

  • Liver

  • Gallbladder, coronary ligament , triangular ligament, falciform ligament, hepatocolic ligament, cystico-colic ligament, hepatosplenic ligament, hepatorenal ligament, hepatoduodenal ligament, cysticoduodenal-renal ligament*.

  • Stomach

  • Greater and lesser tuberosity, gastrophrenic ligament, gastrocolic ligament, gastrosplenic ligament, pylorus, duodenum.

  • D1 to D4, muscle of Treitz*, cysticoduodenal-colic ligament*, cysticoduodenal

  • ligament, cysticoduodenal-renal ligament*

  • Inferior duodenal fold

  • Greater and lesser omentum

  • Colon flexures

  • Toldt's fascia*

  • Sigmoid, Rectum

  • Mesotransverse

  • Splenocolic ligament

  • Renocolic ligament

  • Appendiculo-ovarian ligament*

  • Mesenteric root

  • Mesocolon

  • Ligament

  • Pancreas, spleen

  • Pancreaticosplenic ligament

  • Splenorenal ligament

Practice your Lympho-Fascia Release (LFR) technique in preparation for LDV Th-Abd


*These terms are often not labeled in North American anatomy texts. However, these structures are quite often visible in anatomical drawings.