Connective Tissue and Fascia
Connective Tissue and Fascia: A Forgotten Interface
This practical and theoretical workshop aims to promote a better understanding of the connective tissue and fascial layers that bind the body in a 3D continuum. In the past, the existence, relevance and mechanics of such tissues during mobility, stability and pathology has been poorly understood. This is a fairly new area of discovery and research.
During this one-day update, the connective tissue and fascial interfaces will be demonstrated, through permitted dissection videos, and discussed in relation to recent findings from the World Fascial Research Conferences of 2009 and 2007. This new information is likely to change the way you view anatomy, and should assist in the clinical reasoning / management of chronic pathologies. Practical demonstration including observation and a range of treatment approaches are also included.
These findings are relevant for all therapists and should support lively debate in relation to a "Hands on" or "Hands off" therapy approach and the challenge of accurate palpation.
Tutor: Michelle Marr
MSc BSc (Hons) CertEd MCSP
Chartered Physiotherapist and Lecturer
Please email to confirm a place is available before paying.
|Course Dates||Location||Book Now via Paypal|
|Saturday 27th February 2010||Stratford upon Avon|
|Sunday 3rd October 2010||Twickenham
16a London Rd
TWICKENHAM ’KINESIS HEALTH’ BOOKING INFORMATION
For info and bookings please contact ‘Kinesis Health’.
T. 0208 7441414
(7 hours towards CPD)