CiONE Postural Rejuvenation’s methodology, being pioneered by Tim King and Maria Elliotin the field of complex pelvic pain, is about to be offered for the first time to the specialist pelvic pain clinicians through a 3 PART course called ‘BiOPelvic Neurodynamics.’


Following on from the Pelvic Health International Summit in Birmingham last June, Tim and Maria have agreed to respond to all the requests for further information by launching this NEW ‘practical’ course to compliment the Visceral and the Mummy MOTprograms. This course will train therapists in how to combine the BiOPelvic assessments with their own therapy/treatments.

It will allow the trainee to become a BiOPelvic Licensee on completing the 3-Part course, potentially boosting their private income considerably each month, while at the same time reducing and in many cases eradicating their patients’ pelvic pain issues.

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Course Registration Deadlines

Registration for each course will be closed one week before the course start date.

CiONE Postural Rejuvenation’s methodology being pioneered by Tim King and Maria Elliot in the field of complex Pelvic Pain is now offered to the specialist pelvic pain clinicians for the first time through a 3 PART course called ‘BiOPelvic Neurodynamics’.

Tim and Maria are launching this NEW ‘practical’ course to compliment the Visceral and the Mummy MOT programs and train therapists in how to combine the BiOPelvic assessments – with their own therapy/treatments.

This will allow the trainee to become a BiOPelvic Licensee on completing the three-part course.  Potentially, this will considerably boost their private income each month, while at the same time reducing and, in many cases, eradicating their patients’ pelvic pain issues.

Becoming a CiONE BiOPelvic Specialist will give you the following:

  • A full CiONE ‘Soletec’ software license to produce your own Custom Stability Plates

  • A clinical ‘one to one’ session within CiONE’s Harley Street practice

  • An invite to the 4th course which will include:

The Practical Guide to ‘BiOFascial Releases’ (ie; how to do the release technique, track the ‘Kinetic’ Myofascial spasm and manage the potential outcomes of the treatment)

  • Practical training on the the CiONE Soletec software

  • Receive quality ‘point of sale’ material to display in your clinic’s reception

  • Access to ongoing support both practical and technical, with discounts on ALL future training courses.


Whole Body Dynamics and Gait – Postural Rejuvenation

Introduction to BiOPelvic Neurodynamics, understanding the CiONE history, the CiONE methodology, the BiOCORE programs, the BiOfascial releases, the kinetic realignment and the principles of the CiONE Postural Pyramid.

Practical <br<
Basic Biomechanics Assessment protocols, the practice of the CiONE Pyramid approach to postural pain, the ability to ‘eye ball’ the patient – initially from a general postural rejuvenation perspective during dynamic movement.</br<


Neurodynamics versus body type

Detailed analysis of the neuro-dynamics of the pelvis; the myo-fascial influence on pain – kinetic ‘trains’, the vagus nerve – ‘implications’, the pudendal nerve complexities, femoral nerve, sciatic nerve impingements.

Understanding fascia inflammation, such as; ‘Crepitus’ and ‘Panniculosis’. How this relates to trauma and to visceral impingements and links to pre/post natal, paediatrics and general pain and discomfort, including the hypermobility/MCAScell link.

BiOPelvic methods of managing inflammation, diagnosis, symptoms, body type etc.. Assessment on a treadmill during dynamic gait . . . Assessment on couch ‘prone’ and ‘supine’. Signs of hypermobility within gait and posture. treatment programs for visceral work, specialist physio techniques to rehab nerve impingements, dysfunctional muscle memory, skeletal imbalances.


BiOPelvic Postural Pyramid and Rehab techniques

Bringing back the BiOPelvic assessment into the Postural Pyramid Methodology. Maintaining Posture and ‘pain free’ pelvis, BiOCORE programs as ‘prehab’ and ‘rehab’.

Complementary techniques – such as kinetic taping, acupuncture, dry needling etc.. BiOPelvic needs in sport, general fitness and exercise – pre/post natal, post-surgery etc.

Kinetic taping techniques, day to day rehab techniques – rejuvenating and restoring pelvicf strength. Understanding the body’s needs re pelvic floor – lateral thinking in actioning strengthening exercises i.e. inverting, changing, mixing up principles of rehab . . . The patient is always the No: 1 priority.

Delegate Numbers

A minimum of 9 and a maximum of 15 delegates will be accepted for each course date.

Intensive Weekend Courses

The three courses detailed above are run over a weekend, beginning late Friday afternoon and finishing on Sunday afternoon as follows:

Friday 5pm – 9pm
Saturday 9am – 5pm
Sunday 9am – 3pm

The fee for the weekend course is £450, however, MummyMOT practitioners qualify for a subsidised rate – call 01509 2630434 for full details.

The first course is from 10th – 12th November 2017 at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London:

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital,
369 Fulham Road,
SW10 9NH

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second course is from 1st – 3rd December 2017 at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge:

Cambridge University Hospitals,
NHS Foundation Trust,
Hills Road,

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