Any movement therapist with an interest in how soft tissue along fascial lines behaves under tension, with variable loads, repetitive postures, and recurrent injuries.
This two day assessment workshop will teach the tools and objective measures to provide a more targeted and effective treatment for your clients.
The focus of this introductory course will be on understanding the newest in fascial research and clinical applications based on a biotensegrity model.
By learning to objectively test and document limitations within the connective tissue system, you will then be able to choose the most appropriate hands on manual therapist or movement retraining.
Use your new skills to help avoid over-treatment and stay true to a “less is more” philosophy.
Educate your clients on the source of their discomfort, communicate client progress to other providers, and document outcomes for further research.
Learn about the fascial system and its role in common pathologies
Learn about relational anatomy and its role in pathologies and movement dysfunction
Gain specific knowledge of fascial lines, the anatomical landmarks within these lines, and the pathologies commonly associated with them
Analyze and document postural limitations in the fascial lines, utilizing myofascial testing
Select and apply appropriate manual therapy procedures based on myofascial testing outcomes
Evaluate and document pre- and post-treatment measures in order to track the efficacy of treatment
Design a customized treatment plan based on objective findings
30 days before the course date
Course notes posted in your own online library
Update your charting skills
Improve your objective assessment skills
Practice your new skills with lots of supervision
A jam-packed weekend!
Network with other practitioners for two full days
Problem solve treatment options as a group
Automatically get updated course notes
Tasty meals and snacks provided for the entire weekend!
Get more confident with your soft tissue skills
Meet new colleagues in movement therapy
Healthy and delicious meals and snacks (and coffee!)
All course notes available online