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    This weekend course is a collaboration between renowned Physiotherapist Diane Lee and RMT Mark Finch. It’s for RMTs and designed to build clinical reasoning skills and make your release techniques more effective.

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    This is required prep material for students enrolled in the Integrative Myofascial Treatment Series: Part 1.

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    This is required prep material for students enrolled in the Integrative Myofascial Treatment Series: Part 2.

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    11 STUDENTS

    This is required prep material for students enrolled in the Integrative Myofascial Treatment Series: Part 3.

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    12 STUDENTS

    This workshop will give the clinician a more potent set of tools to approach the whole lower limb, Pelvis to Foot. Over four days you’ll learn screening tests for the Pelvis, Hip, and Lower leg, reasoning skills to determine where the best place to start treatment is and techniques to treat the involved myofascial structures.

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    6 STUDENTS

    The structure and function of fascial tissue is becoming more precisely understood as the science in this field progresses. Exciting new information about fascia helps build a new perspective of manual treatment.

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    5 STUDENTS

    This course is for test purposes only.  Do not purchase.

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    53 STUDENTS

    The Pelvic Girdle is central to balance and function of the entire body. Fascial strain in the legs, trunk or pelvis itself can create postural compensation and movement dysfunction. These imbalances can be the underlying causes of pain or restriction. Treating the pelvis from a fascial perspective is a powerful tool for any manual therapist.

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    88 STUDENTS

    The healthy Shoulder Girdle facilitates a great variety of movement. The freedom, function and stability of this girdle depends on the balance of tension and glide in the myofascial structures. Understanding fascial layer interactions, junction points and how to release these is a useful addition for any clinician looking to restore function or reduce pain in the shoulder girdle.

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    103 STUDENTS

    Pain and dysfunction in the spinal column are the most common reasons clients seek treatment. Understanding the role of fascia in spine dysfunction can be crucial to restoring its function.

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    This course requires you watching (or listening to) an interview I did with Brian Fulton, author of the Placebo Effect in Manual Therapy, Improving Clinical Outcomes in Your Practice. You’ll also need to read one (open access) paper. You’ll need to comment on both.

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