Fascial Counterstrain: Musculoskeletal Part 3
MS3 explores advanced concepts in musculoskeletal treatment including cervical, TMJ, and eye myo-chains, all known extremity and spinal cartilage tissues and the entire superficial Fascial (SF) System. Skills gained in this seminar will allow therapists to rapidly identify and treat difficult conditions such as labrum pain/tears, meniscal pain/tears, TMJ dysfunction, cervical/thoracic/lumbar disc pain/tears and difficult SF related conditions such as compartment syndrome. MS3, similar to MS2, will enable therapists to identify and correct conditions that are virtually impossible to treat with any other form of medical intervention or manipulation.
Prerequisite: FCS FI and MS1
Contact Hours: 20
Physiological basis of MS Counterstrain
Anatomy and physiology of Cartilage and The Superficial Fascial System
Gain proficiency in Myo-chain, Superficial Fascia (SF) and Cartilage Scans
Gain proficiency in the treatment of Cartilage and SF dysfunction in all areas of the body
Improve your understanding of cartilage and superficial fascia physiology & research and its potential to become dysfunctional.
Learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of cervical myo-chain, cartilage and superficial fascia dysfunction in the body
Diagnose and correct cartilage, cervical myo-chains and SF dysfunction in all areas