This is a 3 day-course covering the philosophy, science and technique of
Fascial Integration Therapy.
The lecture/didactic portion will comprise 30% of the class.The other 70% of the time will be spent in the lab learning/practicing the method.
- Understand fascia anatomo-physiology, osteopathic lesion definition, tensegrity concept applied to fascia and human movement.
- Be able to identify key points localisation, fascial chains and joints.
- Learning the manipulative gesture.
- Patient-practitioner care relationship, notion of non-separability.
- Be able to feel the fascial restriction and release.
- Apply knowledge to perform a complete treatment in a safe and effective manner.
The entirety of the method will be delivered during the 3 days of the seminar.
- Illustrated lecture, handout provided.
- Open inquiry atmosphere; questions encouraged.
- Participants will exchange palpation and practice Fascial Integration Therapy on one another under the supervision of the instructors.
- Introduction to the method, history.
- Update on fundamental model of structural Osteopathy (SOFM).
- Application of SOFM to connective tissue/fascia practice.
- Biotensegrity applied to osteopathic physiology and pathology.
- Complementarity with other forms of osteopathic or manual treatments.
- Expected reactions/effects to the treatment.
- treatment on newborns, pregnant women and elders.
- Practice on superior limb: key points, tests, symptomatology, technique.
- Clinical cases: epicondylalgy, carpal tunnel syndrome, cervico-brachialgia..
- Practice on inferior limb: tests, symptomatology, technique.
- Clinical cases: ankle sprain, painful knee, hip dysfunctions..
- Practice on thoracic rachis: tests, symptomatology, technique.
- Practice on lumbar rachis: key points, tests, symptomatology, technique.
- Practice on pelvis: key points, tests, symptomatology, technique.
- Clinical cases: acute and chronic lumbar pain, sciatalgia, cruralgia..
- Practice on cervical rachis: key points, tests, symptomatology, technique.
- Practice on TMJ: key points, tests, symptomatology, technique.
- Clinical cases: cervical issues, stiff neck, TMJ dysfunctions
- Practice on abdomen: approach using the 3 different lines
- Practice on scars.
- Full sequence practice.
- General review, questions, certificate, farewell
Current registration as a practicing Physical Therapist, Osteopathic practitioner, Registered Massage Therapist, Chiropractor or Acupuncturist.
Be prepared to participate in the course including the lab/practical sessions.
In order to ensure appropriate patient care, it is important that the practitioner experiences the treatment in an educational setting.
Please dress accordingly (comfortable and loose clothes, boxer or short pants).
Date note: May 1-3, 2020
Location: Vancouver or Lower Mainland area (TBD)
Event cost: 3 day-course, $650.
Early bird $50 discount (registration before February 28th).
Include course manual and certificate.
Payment: E-transfer or cheques
Duration: 3 days, Fri-Sun 08:30-17:30. Two 15 minute breaks and a one hour lunch. Lunch not provided. Some course venues have restrictions about our capacity to offer coffee and snacks during breaks in the classrooms (we recommend that you bring some of your favourite snacks with you).
Schedule and location: TBD. Details will be sent via email approximately 3 weeks in advance of the course date.
Cancellation policy: If you have to cancel, a $50 admin fee up until 3 weeks prior to the course will be incurred. If you must cancel after this date, due to the allocation of funds for course participants at this time, we will be able to only provide a 50% refund. Note:-Please do not make any non-refundable travel arrangements until you have received final confirmation that the workshop is running. Fascial Integration Therapy is not responsible for any costs, including, but not limited to, airline or hotel penalties. Fascial IntegrationTherapy reserves the right to cancel at any time with full refund. Should you need to cancel your registration, you must do so by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.