Sun, 23 Feb | ICAHT Centre of Integrative Medicine

Advanced IASTM Tools Practitioner Workshop (CPD)

Instrument Aided Soft Tissue Mobilisation Technique (IASTM) is an advanced technique for assessing, diagnosing and treating disorders related to myofascial components of the human musculoskeletal system.
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Advanced IASTM Tools Practitioner Workshop (CPD)

Time & Location

23 Feb 2020, 09:00 – 22 Mar 2020, 17:00
ICAHT Centre of Integrative Medicine, 83-85 Rolleston Street, Leicester, UK

About The Event

Instrument Aided Soft Tissue Mobilisation Technique (IASTM) is an advanced technique for assessing, diagnosing and treating disorders related to myofascial components of the human musculoskeletal system.

Used in advance sports rehabilitation amongst peak performance athletes as well as pain management and regular MSK rehabilitation, this practice is becoming a great tool for many professional practitioners including leading Chiropractors, Osteopaths, Physiotherapists and manual practitioners. When applied with advanced therapy techniques IASTM can also be an extremely useful tool to:

  • Dramatically improve treatment outcomes
  • Provide faster results
  • Reduce Treatment Times
  • Act as a Huge Hand Saver

Whether you use tools already or are new to them, this course is designed to give you the underpinning knowledge required to get the best results from working with this increasingly popular technique. Certificate awarded for 7 CPD hours Course Outline:

  • Working with tools
  • Anatomy of fascia & mechanoreceptors
  • The neurological response – pain or pleasure?
  • Musculofascial elements & proprioceptive tools – Stecco, Schleip, Mense, Loghmani & Warden
  • Working with movement – why & when

This is a very practical hands on course covering the whole body. All attendees will be provided with a course manual & a CPD certificate for 7 hrs. Steel Dolphin training tools and handle bars will be provided for use on the day and will also be on sale.

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