Eastern Region Cranial Series

This is the course work that prepares you for the Certified SOT Cranial Practitioner.

Location: Greensboro, NC

Instructor: Esther Remeta, DC, CSP, CSCP

Courtyard by Marriott Greensboro Airport
7811 National Service Road
Greensboro, NC  27409

Series Overview (PDF)

Part One:
SOT Cranial Technique – Cranial Palpation, Sphenobasilar Range of Motion, Craniomandibular Motion Technique(8 hours) + Additional 4-Hour SOT Review

Cranial anatomy and physiology, cranial bone ranges of motion and palpation, CSF physiology, flow and palpation. sphenobasilar ranges of motion, cranial mandibular motion technique, evaluation and palpation exercises to be integrated into practice immediately. Also a 4-hour SOT Review which includes a review of all three categories, Chiropractic Manipulative Reflex Technique (CMRT) and SOT extremities technique. No prerequisite.

November 11-12, 2023
Saturday November 11th • 8:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday November 12th • 8:00am – 12 noon


Part Two: SOT Cranial Technique – Sutural & TMJ Protocols (12 hours)

Classic DeJarnette Sutural Technique, how to treat difficult sacroiliac conditions cranially, complete TMJ protocols, how to work with dentists in your SOT cranial practice. Learn how to assess airway compromise, sleep apnea, and TMD related rehabilitative exercises. No prerequisite.

December 9-10, 2023
Saturday Dec. 9th 8:00a – 5:00p
Sunday Dec. 10th 8:00a – 12 noon


Part Three: SOT Cranial Technique – SOT Cranial Specifics (12 hours)

Integrating condition-specific procedures into the SOT cranial practice. Advanced procedures to be used in conjunction with SOT category work and basic cranial procedures to address more complex patterns. Techniques for blood pressure, asthma, sinus congestion, headaches and ear problems are some topics included. No prerequisite.

February 2024 Date To Be Announced


Part Four: SOT Cranial Technique – SOT Cranial Intra-Oral Meningeal Balancing (8 hours)

How to diagnose and treat cranial meningeal imbalnce utilizing intra-oral adjusting procedures for frontal, temporal and occipital craniodural imbalance. Familiarity of SOT Category work and Cranial Basics is recommended, but there is no prerequisite for this class.

March 2024 Date To Be Announced


$800  Member Doctor     Individual Seminar
$600  Member Student    Individual Seminar
$900 Non-Member Doctor/Student   Individual Seminar
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