with Robert Schleip and Julian Baker
Nottingham 10th & 11th May 2018 £375
- the 3 layers of the thoracolumbar fascia
- the functional importance of the newly described ‚lumbar interfascial triangle‘ (formerly called ‚lateral raphe‘ of the lumbar region)
- practical examination of Jan Wilke’s new evidence oriented review of Thomas Myers’ Anatomy Trains: does the Spiral Line continue inferior of the iliac crest? And the Lateral Line superior of the iliac crest?
- Iliotibial tract: why does it only exist in homo sapiens? And how exactly does it fulfill its multiple functions?
- Iliacus and Psoas: two muscles with multiple functions. How dense and important is their common fascial sheet?
- How common are fascial adhesions? And what kind of mechanical force application is required to release it in a lifeless body?
- Distinction between functional and pathological adhesions.
- How much shearing ability exists between different tissue layers in a healthy body? Where and how can we palpate respective restriction in manual therapy?
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