SYDNEY - FULL SERIES (Categories, CMRT & Cranial)

08:00 - 17:00 Mercure Sydney

Event Details

SOT Basics Seminar Series


FULL Series Register Here

Categories - 14 & 15 May 2022
CMRT -           28 & 29 May 2022
Cranial -        18 & 19 June 2022

Our SOT Basic Series is over 3 weekends, covering all the ground level work of Major DeJarnette.

This will give any chiropractor an excellent foundation of how to apply and use SOT successfully. 

See below for FULL SERIES registrations, for single sessions, please choose session and dates in upcoming events.

Full Basic Seminar Series consists of Categories, CMRT and Cranial.


Categories - no prerequisites required, however Categories must have of been attended prior to attending either the C.M.R.T or the Cranial sessions.

Categories - The Basis of S.O.T.

In this hands-on seminar you will learn the anatomy and physiology of the three SOT category systems. You will also learn the comprehensive evaluation and assessment procedures for treating sacroiliac joints

Learn the effects of SI joint dysfunction on the dura, CSF and hence proper neural function and how to correct this dysfunction and restore CSF flow.

Utilising blocks developed by Dr DeJarnette you will learn how to correct structural distortions affecting our ability to deal effectively with gravity and hence affect subluxation patterns throughout the spine.

Chiropractic Manipulative Reflex Technique (C.M.R.T)

This highly effective and reliable system of analysis and treatment addresses Autonomic nervous system dysfunction, aberrant viscero-somatic and somato-visceral reflexes, CSF imbalances, compromising the function of the nervous system. These practical tools and techniques allows the Chiropractor to address organ/gland imbalances affecting the central integrated state of the spine, joints and muscles


Continue your journey of discovery into the realms of craniotherapy. Explore the functional relationships of the cranial membranes, their influence on the CSF flow and CNS function and learn connections to affect these areas. Techniques here include excellent cranial non-specifics, providing an essential foundation for the sutural and intraoral modules.