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osé Luis Pérez Batlle, as a specialist in Manual Therapy Techniques and Osteopathy, is the director of the Upledger Institute Spain and is a founding member and professor at the University School of Osteopathy in Murcia and the Pérez Batlle International Institute.

In 1987 he began his therapeutic training. Subsequently, he trained as an osteopath at the Cantabrian School of Osteopathy, graduating with first class honors in June 1995.

Encouraged by his professor Rene Daubagna, he discovered a deep and subtle way of working on the skull, which Daubagna had learned from Dr. John E. Upledger.

This was his main motivation to travel to the United States so as to study with Dr. Upledger, who was his mentor and teacher from 1995. In that year, he began his training as an international instructor of Cranio-Sacral Upledger Therapy and Somato-Emotional Release.

In 1997 he taught his first course as an instructor and Director of the Upledger Institute Spain in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, which was the beginning of his teaching career focusing on the dissemination of Cranio-Sacral Upledger Therapy and Visceral Manipulation in Spain.

In 1996 he specialized in temporomandibular joint dysfunction with Dr. Charles McNeill in the TMJ department of the San Francisco School of Medicine (USA), and later on with Professor Mariano Rocabado in Pamplona in 2002.

His studies of Osteopathy continued from 2003 to 2006 as a professor at the S.I.O. (International Society of Osteopathy) through the Academic College of Paris, and later, he studied medicine at the Granada School of Medicine, where a line of research was opened due to the interest generated by his work.

He is still immersed in this research, deeply convinced that habits, thoughts, behaviors, and above all, the way you are born are key aspects in our health.

During the last few years, he has participated as a speaker at 16 congresses related to Manual Therapy – Osteopathy. He has collaborated closely with schools of nursing and physiotherapy by means of lectures and articles in magazines such as Ser Padres, Cycle Sport, or Natural, among others.

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