Are you a manual therapist or movement practitioner who places an educational value on human dissection studies? Whatever your stripe this course will provide you with a unique lifetime experience that has the power to change your clinical practice forever. Having the guidance of clinical anatomists who understand and appreciate human movement in a comprehensive manner will shape and inform the way you treat patients and provide motion prescriptions. Therapists including osteopaths, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, sports medicine doctors and surgeons (to name only some) all benefit from participating in this course.
Join myself, Joanne Avison, Graham Scarr, Leonid Blyum and Dr. Vladimir Chereminskiy, PhD
Director of Anatomy & Plastination von Hagens Plastination, Guben, Germany.
My friendly experienced instructional team will guide you through the dissection. You will be a member of a team that will investigate superficial to deep structures, identifying fascia tracing the path of the nerves and blood vessels to their termination. Your exploration will include the spinal cord, heart, lungs, organs, joints and the cranium. Students compare and examine the same structure on multiple specimens. Learners touch the mobility, density and position of the various connective tissues (Fascia) of the Mesokinetic Organ (Levin, Scarr. 2012) throughout the human body.