Do you want to be updated into the key current findings of fascial research & how this knowledge can be integrated into your clinical practice?
Do you want to develop your assessment, clinical reasoning & treatment skills to achieve lasting measurable results?
When: Saturday & Sunday
October 10th & 11th 2015
Time: 9.00 am – 4.30 pm
Where: Heidelberg, Melbourne
Pain & dysfunction in the spinal column are the most common reasons clients seek treatment. A healthy spine allows fluid & easy movement in all planes; however spinal dysfunction is an all too common clinical finding. Imbalances, injury or poor movement patterns can create restrictions & fibrosity that compromise freedom & function in the spine. Understanding the role of fascia in spine dysfunction can be crucial to restoring its function.
In this workshop you can expect to;
- Learn clinical reasoning skills that will show you where to start & how to be more effective.
- Understand outcomes of current fascial research & integrate this knowledge into developing a sound clinical method for treatment of myofascial dysfunction.
- Explore the architecture of the spine especially the transition zones and support systems.
- Understand the fascial layers & their implications in dysfunction.
- Learn screening tests to identify areas of dysfunction & determine the best treatment approach.
- Learn effective techniques to optimize your patients spinal function.
For further course details please call:
Rob Granter (B) 03 9459 1299 (M) 0417 542723 or email: email@example.com
Act as soon as possible:
This course will book out quickly, to guarantee your place return this form as soon as possible.
Accreditation of this course is pending with a number of professional associations.
Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance on completion of this course.
Minimum educational pre-requisites are Diploma of Remedial Massage or equivalent.
Cancel before September 10th: Full refund minus administration fee of $40
Cancel after September 10th: 50% of paid fees refunded