FM courses are taught in four parts (1A and 1B; 2A and 2B). Each part is three days (Friday, Saturday and Sunday), a total of 12 days. CE credits are not always available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm.
Practitioners will learn current information about fascia with particular emphasis on myofascial units (MFU) and myofascial sequences based on the anatomy of the fascial system. Stecco found points called Centers of Coordination (CC) that are responsible for the normal function of related monoarticular and biarticular muscles. Treatment of the CCs in the MFU will allow normal movement of the related joint and eliminate the pain. Densified CCs alter muscle spindles, Golgi tendon organs and other mechanoreceptors resulting in incoordination of the muscles and pain. The area of treatment is often not at the pain location.
After Part 1, Why Part 2?
Part 1A & 1B Only: $1,650.00
Part 1A/1B and Part 2A/2B: $2,970.00
If you attended the course in 2010 to 2013 and want to retake one of the sections, pay 50%. Email us for details.
Order Fascial Manipulation textbooks here:
Fascial Manipulation for Musculoskeletal Pain (Theoretical part) by Luigi and Antonio Stecco
Fascial Manipulation Practical Part by Luigi and Carla Stecco
Fascial Manipulation for Internal Dysfunction by Luigi and Carla Stecco
Who Will Benefit?
Knowledge of these areas will be valuable for the practitioners thinking of adding soft tissue treatment to their practice and of particular value to those using Graston Technique®, Active Release Technique®, FAKTR-PM, Structural Integrationists and anyone using their hands or instruments to heal.