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Assessment and Treatment of the Young Baby Courses 1, 2, 3

Clinical Core Integration Course

Advanced Integration Courses






Judy is an amazing teacher/educator.  She brings her countless years of clinical experience and really simplifies and consolidates anatomical, structural and functional principles.  She is very clear in explaining the concepts of her courses.  She has really augmented my paediatric clinical knowledge.  I feel very comfortable in utilizing the skills and techniques in my practice.  Such positive and insightful courses!  Very grateful for her knowledge and ability to share and teach this valuable information.

L. Orsini, RMT, BSc, Osteopathic Practitioner





Assessment and Treatment of the Young Baby:  Courses 1, 2 and 3

Core Clinical Integration Course

Advanced Clinical Integration Courses


Instructor:  Judy Green BScPT, DipScOst, D.O.M.P.

Osteopathic Manual Practitioner


Location:  12020 Ashburn Road, Port Perry, Ontario.  L9L 2A1

Course 1 (formerly A/B1) is offered virtually by zoom

Course 2 (formerly B2/C), Course 3 (formerly D) and  Clinical Integration 1&2 are In Person and have Early Bird Pricing.

All courses are 3 days and offer 18 education hours.

 2024-2025 Courses and Fees

All fees payable by e-transfer to (direct deposit)

Please email Judy at for confirmation that you may take the course you are interested in.

Courses A/B1, B2/C, D and Clinical Integration Courses are open to Osteopathic Manual Practitioners*, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Occupational Therapists*, RMTs*

*it is the practitioner's responsibility to ensure that treating infants is within their scope of practice

(Early Bird Fee Prices are only available by Canadian e-transfer)

(Advanced Clinical Courses for Osteopathic Manual Practitioners with membership in the CFO will be available in 2025)

Assessment and Treatment of the Young Baby

CORE COURSE 1 (Formerly A/B1) - 2024

Virtual - 6 Sundays -  January 14, 21, 28, February 4, 11, 18, 2024  (OPEN)

10am - 1:15pm

(recordings of sessions are available following each session for review but need to be completed in order)

Course available with recordings only at any time in 2024


18 education hours

(2025 dates for Core Course 1 TBA)

Assessment and Treatment of the Young Baby

CORE COURSE 2 (Formerly B2/C) 


(Pre-requisite: Core Course 1) - 18 Education hours

Course Schedule for 2025 - TBA

Assessment and Treatment of the Young Baby

Core Course 3 (formerly Course D)

(Pre-requisite: Core Course 2) - 18 Education hours

September 20-22, 2024 (6 spots available)

Early Bird before July 1, 2024


After July 1, 2024


Course Schedule 2025 - TBA

Assessment and Treatment of the Young Baby

Core Clinical Integration Course (3 day course)     NEW!

(Pre-requisite Course 3) - 18 Education hours

September 27-29, 2024 (2 spots available)

Early Bird before July 1, 2024


After July 1, 2024


Course Schedule 2025 - TBA

Assessment and Treatment of the Young Baby

Advanced Clinical Integration Course 1  -  NEW!

Core Connections: Scapula and Upper Extremity 

(Prerequisite Core Clinical Integration Course)

18 Education hours

October 4-6, 2024 (FULL - Contact Judy for waitlist)

Early Bird before July 1, 2024


After July 1, 2024



Advanced Clinical Integration Courses - 2025 - TBA

(fees payable by e-transfer to

***Early bird fees are available only for e-transfer payments***
(no spots will be held without payment)

Your spot on the course is secured with payment.

For Course Descriptions and more about Judy Green, see bottom of page


Course fee is refundable or transferrable within the same year up until 30 days prior to the course. A $50.00 processing fee will be applied per course. 
Cancellations within 30 days of the course are non refundable;  50% of the course fee may be used toward a future course. 
Cancellations within 15 days of the course are non-refundable and non-transferrable.

Virtual Course fees are non-refundable at any time.


Courses 1 (A/B1), 2 (B2/C), 3 (D) +  Clinical Integration Courses

These courses will provide a framework for the assessment and treatment of the infant; newborn to 3 months and 3 months through the process of becoming increasingly more vertical to walking. The stabilization activity and dynamic movement patterns of the first 3 months are key to the baby attaining the best ideal movement moving forward through the stages of development from 3 months to walking.

The assessment will focus on movement fundamentals based in Development Kinesiology with a deepened knowledge of anatomy and function of the deep stabilizing system. The principles of midline, the fascial system and normalization of muscle, joint and fluid field will be explored with labs to orient the function of the newborn to optimal and comfortable stabilization patterns.  All lab work will be oriented to the hands-on application of manual therapy skills with goal oriented decisions based in movement kinesiology for efficient treatment and successful outcomes.

These courses will provide a strong understanding of the organic, natural milestones of the baby necessary for assessment, treatment and re-evaluation.

These courses are focused on the assessment of non neurological patients and are designed for the paediatric practitioner who sees babies in clinic that may have a neck preference or torticollis, reflux, general discomfort, intolerance in tummy time, latching issues, poor quality in developmental milestones.  The infant may have experienced a difficult birth. 

These courses are also valuable for the practitioner with a primarily adult practice.

Increasingly, little ones are commonly brought into the clinic for manual therapeutic care and this course will up your game in the skills of assessing the baby, deciding on time-appropriate therapeutic intervention and giving movement based home advice for the parent. 

All courses must be taken in order and are pre-requisites for each other.

Core Course 1

(Formerly A/B1)

Course 1 has an emphasis on the deep stabilization system (diaphragm, intra-abdominal pressure, abdominal intrinsic core), and developmental stages of newborn to 3 months.

Further, we will study the neck, midline, common neck dysfunctions, deep stabilization of the deep neck flexors and the uprighting function in prone in the developmental stages of newborn to 3 months.

Core Course 2

(Formerly B2/C)

Course 2 contains labs oriented to compliment the online Course 1.  Course 2 has an emphasis on The shoulder,  clavicle, acromio clavicular joint, umbilicus and the Thoracolumbar fascia with its intrinsic and extrinsic relationships.

Further, we will study 3-7 month milestones of grasping, uprighting and rolling.  Clinical integration of hands-on treatment of infants.

Core Course 3

(Formerly D)

Course 3 has an emphasis on the pelvis, pelvic floor, infant handling to facilitate positioning, home education and  7- 10 month milestones of transition through quadruped, oblique sitting to sitting, crawling and pulling up.  Clinical integration of hands-on treatment of infants.

 Clinical Integration Courses

Core and Advanced Courses

The clinical integration courses will provide plenty of hands-on experience with babies.

Core Clinical Integration Course 

Clinical Integration Course 1 is primarily an applied integration of all course work in Courses 1-3.  We will explore depth of understanding of the dysfunction limiting optimal expression in milestones.  We will deepen our skills in manual therapy in addressing the dysfunction identified.

Analysis of clinical findings, treatment planning, provision of treatment with infants and critical thinking.

Core Clinical Integration is open to all with the prerequisite of Course 3.

Advanced Clinical Integration Courses - New in 2024

Advanced Clinical Integration courses can be taken in any order with the prerequisite of Core Clinical Integration.

Advanced Clinical Integration 1 - 2024

Core Connections:  Scapula and Upper Extremity

Advanced Clinical Integration 2 - TBA

Core Connections:  Pelvis and Lower Extremity

Advanced Clinical Integration 3 - TBA

Core Connections: Upper Neck, Tongue, Jaw 

Advanced Clinical Courses for Osteopathic Manual Practitioners

Core Clinical Integration will be a pre-requisite for future Advanced Clinical Courses specifically for OMP's which may have other pre requisites for attendance as well.

These courses will be advanced integration for osteopathic manual practitioners with the credentials required for membership in the Canadian Federation of Osteopaths (CFO) and will include integration of cranial osteopathy, biodynamics and visceral osteopathy.

 (planning in process for 2026).

Coming Soon

Core Foundations - The Prequel

About Judy Green BScPT, DipScOst, D.O.M.P.

Over the past 20 years, Judy has been treating infants and young children as a particular passion. Judy previously worked as a physiotherapist, (retiring as a physiotherapist in 2014) specializing in neurology with NDT certification with clients with brain injury and traumatic pain and in her early career, worked as a senior physiotherapist in Intensive Care.
On completion of her osteopathic studies and presentation of her thesis in 2001, she pursued continuing education in the field and has studied under many Osteopathic teachers including being mentored by Dr. James Jealous since 1995; having completed all adult phases 1-9 and paediatric phases 1-3.  She has taken many post graduate courses over the years at the CCO and CEO as well as courses in applied anatomy with Immaculate Dissection.  Judy became the first certified Paediatric DNS Practitioner following written and practical examination Prague in 2015 and is currently the only certified Paediatric Vojta therapist (Applied Developmental Kinesiology for Babies) in North America, having completed the 8 week course in Siegen, Germany in 2017.  Her studies in Germany allowed deep insight into the developmental kinesiology as related to the emergent stabilization and movement mechanisms of the first year of life.  This knowledge has allowed Judy to develop an evaluation system which is relevant to the timely provision of osteopathic treatment; creating ease in knowing which interventions are essential to the underpinnings of infant developmental milestones.  Judy developed the courses "Assessment and Treatment of the Young Baby" and provided the first courses in 2020.   The courses have been very well received and over 150 manual practitioners have participated since inception.   It is with pleasure that she offers these special courses to manual practitioners and continues to update and add clinical courses yearly.



12020 Ashburn Rd.

Port Perry,


L9L 2A1


Please contact Judy Green by email to ensure there is space on the course and that you are eligible to take the course.

Once confirmed, please forward payment.

Fees are payable by e-transfer to (direct deposit)

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