Offering programs to the chiropractic profession to improve their technical excellence. We are looking to those dedicated chiropractors and chiropractic students who want to focus their mastery on delivering the chiropractic adjustment. While the triad for professional growth includes art, science, and philosophy, our programs are heavily weighted in the art and science of chiropractic.

The Institute is excited to announce our next premier online program:


CSF the Lifeblood of the Central Nervous System (CNS)



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Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) is contained within the ventricles of the brain and the subarachnoid spaces of the cranium and spine.

It performs vital functions, including providing nourishment, waste removal, and protection to the brain.

The constant secretion of CSF contributes to complete CSF renewal four to five times per 24-hour period in the average young adult. 

The reduction of CSF turnover contributes to the accumulation of toxins, metabolites neurodevelopmental, autoimmune, and neurodegenerative diseases.

CSF assists the brain by providing protection, nourishment, and waste removal. 

  • It provides protection of the neuroaxis through two mechanisms.
    • As a shock absorber, cushioning the brain against the skull. 
    • CSF allows the brain and spinal cord to become buoyant, reducing the effective weight of the brain from its normal 1,500 grams to a much lesser 50 grams. 
    • The reduction in weight lessens the force applied to the brain parenchyma and cerebral vessels during mechanical injury. 
  • Another function of CSF is to maintain homeostasis of the interstitial fluid of the brain.
  • Temperature control (cranial anti-freeze)
    • Increased temperature leads to a tendency for seizure activity
    • Increase CSF can cool areas of the brain
  • Waste removal
  • Nutrition
  • Cranial bone motion and dural tension
  • Ventricular Pressure Gradients
  • Protective barrier
    • Chemical buffer
    • Physical buffer

The manifestations of vestibular damage are especially important in the evaluation of brainstem dysfunction injury. The circuitry of the vestibular system extends to a large part of the brainstem, and simple clinical tests of vestibular function can be formed to determine brainstem involvement. Knowing before the situation or condition escalates is paramount to achieving a more efficient, less stressful (both to the child and family) resolution.

“We may regard the CSF as the equivalent of a lymphatic system, carrying away from the cranial and spinal systems substances that would not be able to leave at significant rates otherwise.”

Improper CSF flow may have downstream effects on the developing brain; it could play a role in the emergence of autism symptoms and neurodevelopmental issues. 

In this online course you will learn the importance of CSF in one’s overall health, how to evaluate CSF imbalances and techniques to balance, increase and move CSF through the dura meningeal system.

Classes include:

  1. CSF and Its Effects on the Central Nervous System
  2. CSF and Primary and Secondary Motion
  3. Facial Planes, Muscles, and Ligaments
  4. Key Continuities of the Dural meningeal System
  5. Cranial Dural Mechanics


Cranial Techniques to Balance CSF Mechanics


  1. Cranial Rhythm Impulse Technique and CSF Balancing Technique
  2. CSF Regulation Technique
  3. Occipital Pump and Spread and Temporal Bone Balancing
  4. Ventricular Bulb Technique


We will guide you through interactive modules, presentations, case studies, and practical demonstrations to enhance your learning experience. You will have the opportunity to develop your skills through hands-on exercises and calls to action (CTA), allowing you to apply your knowledge and gain confidence in your abilities

By the end of this course, you will more tools in your toolbox to help more patients with CNS issues related to CSF flow and distribution.

Join us on this exciting learning journey and take a significant step towards enhancing your professional practice!

You will receive 9 modules over a 9-week period.

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"These trainings have provided me with guidance and certainty where other techniques and courses have left me feeling unsatisfied."

- Dr J. H.
"I am so blessed to have the opportunity to learn under Marty and Nancy. The breadth of knowledge that they share in order for others to better serve their patients is a blessing to the chiropractic profession."
- Dr. S.H.
"Dr. Marty and Nancy are truly a gift.  The incredible amount of research and experience that you will learn in these seminars will equip you with confidence and resources to be able to treat the pediatric patient efficiently."
- Dr. R.H.
"Dr. Rosen's seminar was definitely one of the best ones I've been to to date. The amount of clarity you get and certainty you get in adjusting and assessing pediatrics is mind blowing."
- Dr. L.L.

Drs. Rosen and Watson met in 1978 in Chiropractic school and spent the rest of their lives dedicated to each other, their family and their profession.

As early as first quarter in chiropractic school they were attracted to each other’s commitment to chiropractic and the pursuit of excellence.  Their combined 80 years of personal and clinical and teaching experience, in delivering the chiropractic adjustment is unparalleled in the chiropractic profession.  Their international outreach through teaching, writing and lecturing has been a driving force in their personal and professional careers since their first seminar taught together as students, in 1979.
Their years of experience have taught them what works and what does not work to create a successful practice and lifestyle. The more competent and comprehensive your expertise you will find that more patients will seek your services and your practice will grow exponentially.

Peak Potential Institute is Introducing ...

CSF: The Lifeblood of the Central Nervous System

For chiropractors who want to elevate their skills

Perfect for beginner, intermediate, and advanced chiropractors.
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Take a look at what we'll cover ...

Class 1 - CSF and Its Effects on the Central Nervous System

Class 2 - CSF and Primary and Secondary Motion

Class 3 - Facial Planes, Muscles, and Ligaments

Class 4 - Key Continuities of the Dural meningeal System

Class 5 - Cranial Dural Mechanics

Class 6 - Cranial Rhythm Impulse Technique and CSF Balancing Technique

Class 7 - CSF Regulation Technique

Class 8 - Occipital Pump and Spread and Temporal Bone Balancing

Class 9 - Ventricular Bulb Technique

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