What Qualifications does my Spinologist have ?
Barry O'Brien is a Certified Spinologist. He qualified in the European School of Spinology based in Spain, under the direct supervision of Enrique Borreda (Director of the European School & Head of the World Council of Spinologists). He undertook his practorium under the tutelage of Dr Michael Myer (Director of the Irish School of Spinology).
What Code of Practice do Spinologists operate under ?
All Certified Spinologists work to a strict Code of Practice as laid down by the World Council of Spinologists in order to maintain the integrity of the Spinology Profession.
Objectives of Spinology :
Individually, Spinologists have the following professional objectives:
- Analyze the paravertebral musculature of the living body to detect working muscle fibers, which, by way of the philosophy of Spinology, are indicative of spinal occlusions. (A spinal occlusion is a situation where the body has lost the ability over the natural movements of a vertebra, resulting in an alteration in the environment of the nerve tissue and interfering with the transmission of nerve impulses between the brain and the rest of the body).
- Apply gentle, specific forces in the areas of the spine needed for the purpose of assisting the body in its intentions to correct spinal occlusions.
- Educate their practice members and the public as to the functions of the nerve system, its role in coordinating human performance and balancing body chemistry, and the effects of spinal occlusions.
- Promote Spinology to the greatest number of people possible.
- Provide Spinology services to the greatest number of people possible.
Collectively, the Spinology profession also has the following objectives:
- Promote and provide Spinology to as many people of the world as possible.
- Protect the integrity of the Spinology profession.
- Support and conduct philosophical and practical research for the development and betterment of the profession.
- Encourage and, to the greatest degree possible, support those interested in a career in Spinology to achieve that ambition.
- Support, to the greatest possible degree, the existent schools of Spinology in its quest to produce Spinologists of the highest order.
Responsibilities of Spinologists :
Along with the attainment of the objectives listed above and other guildlines laid out by the World Council, Spinologists also accept other responsibilities:
- To support the development and growth of the Spinology profession as much as possible.
- To be protective of their fellow Spinologists and Spinology itself to the greatest degree that their personal moral code will allow in the face of outside criticism.
- To research and refine their philosophy, skills and procedures constantly throughout their careers.
- To ensure that any variations a Spinologist wishes to make from established Spinology protocols are first cleared with the World Council of Spinologists.
- To support the growth and development of their professional Spinology association in their local area.
- To practice in accord with the guidelines of this Code and within the laws of their jurisdiction.