SOTO Europe Craniopath Exam

Craniopath Certification involves candidate understanding all aspects of Craniopathy including the advanced cranial modules. The level of Craniopathy knowledge is outlined in the SOT Craniopathy Manual.

All certification candidates must be registered as a chiropractor and have studied chiropractic at a registered university or college. They must be a financial member of SOTO Europe in good standing.

Craniopath Certification may be undertaken after:

  • Hold an Advanced Certification status
  • 5 years or more of active practice
  • Two hundred (200) hours of attendance at SOTO Seminar Series or advanced modules such as Intraoral Cranials, Sutural technique, Cranial Specifics, Cranial non specifics, TMJ techniques, Extremities, Advanced Categories run by SOTO Europe or its sister organisations around the world.

Reading List
Advanced reading list plus;

  • All of 1979 Cranial manual
  • All cranial seminar notes

Please bear in mind when studying, you may be asked questions about the pertinent anatomy.

On passing, the candidate may be invited to assist as a Primary Educator or Co-Primary Educator.

For more detailed information about each exam, including guidelines, fees and eligibility, please download the Exam Guidelines booklet.  If you would like to apply to sit your exams, please also download the application form and send it to the Exam Co-ordinator with the relevant fee by the due date.  The details of the current co-ordinator can be found in the exam booklet.

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