The fascial component in osteopathic practice with Paolo Tozzi DO

Aeroparc Gilze-Rijen
Koffie / thee, lunch & syllabus
Engels
Paolo Tozzi DO

€ 650,00

Per module

Module 1

1 dec t/m 3 dec
09:00 - 17:00

Module 2

9 feb 2023 t/m 11 feb 2023
09:00 - 17:00

Zelfstudie

Geen zelfstudie noodzakelijk


Accreditatie

Accreditatie NRO
42 uur / 42 punten
#483199
Wordt aangevraagd NOF
Accreditatie GNRPO
32 uur / 32 punten
#483206

Dienstverlener voor de KMO-Portefeuille

Problemen met aanmelden voor een cursus? Stuur ons een mail via info@pro-osteo.com

Beschrijving

* course price: total 1300 / 650 per module

course schedule:

09:00 – 17:00 (last day of each weekend ends 12:30)

As a structural element of the body connective system, fascia can be considered as a ubiquitous tissue permeating the whole organism. It seems to respond to cellular and macroscopic lines of tension by reorganizing itself accordingly. From this perspective, the repercussion of a fascial restriction will be body-wide, and may potentially create stress on any structure enveloped by fascia itself. Yet osteopathic fascial treatment aims to release such tensions, to restore function and to balance the inherent body mechanisms, so to be often proposed as an adjunctive treatment for various conditions. This course will offer an overview of the most common fascial techniques used within the osteopathic armamentarium, together with their different forms of application, ranging from indirect, direct to combined methods. To guide the clinician through the understanding and the application of such fascial tools, various evidence-based mechanisms as well as different hypothesis based on osteopathic principles will be proposed and discussed.

Objectives: • To present the connective tissue as the major bio-mechanical and bio-electrical mediator of the structure and function interrelationship; • To propose various fascial mechanisms by which somatic dysfunction may be induced and maintained; • To illustrate the most common fascial techniques in osteopathic practice; • To propose different fascia-mediated mechanisms behind the OMT efficacy and effectiveness.

Program: LEVEL I The fascial continuum in its structure and function: introduction to the main anatomical and physiological properties of fascia Dimensional palpation of the various connective tissues level The connective tissue from a tensegritive prospective: from cellular to body level from an osteopathic perspective Global and local tenso-compression test and treatment The Zink test: evaluation and treatment of the fascial system The fascial tubes system: assessment and balancing of the meningeal, visceral and axial fascial tubes The fascial rhythm: evaluation of its properties and anomalies through general/remote and focal/local listening LEVEL II Indirect and direct fascial techniques: principles, methods of their application and practice The Fascial Unwinding: History, Principles, Methods of application Practice of local and global fascial unwinding Rationale, Evidences, Indications and counterindications of osteopathic fascial work The Still Technique: History, Principles, Methods of application The Still Technique applied to fascia The osteopathic approach to scar tissue

 

LEVEL I

The fascial continuum in its structure and function: introduction to the main anatomical and physiological properties of fascia

Dimensional palpation of the various connective tissues level

The connective tissue from a tensegritive prospective: from cellular to body level from an osteopathic perspective

Global and local tenso-compression test and treatment

The Zink test: evaluation and treatment of the fascial system

The fascial tubes system: assessment and balancing of the meningeal, visceral and axial fascial tubes

The fascial rhythm: evaluation of its properties and anomalies through general/remote and focal/local listening

 

LEVEL II

Indirect and direct fascial techniques: principles, methods of their application and practice

The Fascial Unwinding: History, Principles, Methods of application

Practice of local and global fascial unwinding

Rationale, Evidences, Indications and counterindications of osteopathic fascial work

The Still Technique: History, Principles, Methods of application

The Still Technique applied to fascia

The osteopathic approach to scar tissue

 

Short Biography: Paolo Tozzi, MSc Ost, DO, PT

Master Science in Osteopathy at the Dresda University (Germany); Doctorat en Osteopathie and Posturologie at the International Association Jean Monnet, amongst the European University Foundation of Bruxelles (Belgium); Bachelor Science Honours Degree in Osteopathy, D.O., at the European School of Osteopathy, Maidstone (UK); Degree in Physiotherapy at the Catholic University of Sacred Heart, Rome (Italy); Master Level Reiki Diploma at the Sri Papaji Centre, Rome (Italy). Head of Academics of the ASOMI College of Sciences in Malta; Honorary Tutor in College of Human and Health Sciences for the Swansea University; former Treasurer of the Osteopathic European Academic Network (Os.E.A.N.); former Viceprincipal of the School of Osteopathy CROMON of Rome; former Vicepresident of the Italian Association of Posturologists (A.I.R.O.P.). Member of the Fascia Science and Clinical Applications Advisory Board of the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies; Reviewer for Handspring Publishing (UK); Former reviewer for the International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine. Lecturer of biomechanics and manual therapy in different universities in Rome; Lecturer of various post-graduate courses on osteopathic subjects in Italy, Europe and overseas; Speaker in various national and international congresses of osteopathic medicine and manual therapy (including the International Fascia Research Congress); Author of various articles on fascia and fascia research; Expert on Osteopathy applied to domestic and exotic animals.

Cursuslocatie