I am really excited to share that I will be teaching Fascial Manipulation-Stecco® Level 1 at the University of Virginia (UVA) in Charlottesville, Virginia, June 3-5, 2022! It’s exciting to have it right here in our backyard and not have to fly across the country!
This course is excellent for any clinician who is seeking to advance their skill set and address root causes of problems versus symptom management. It embraces a holistic approach considering all past and present issues (injury, surgery, disease) as potentially relevant and contributing to current complaints – musculoskeletal, neurological, and internal organ. It’s not just a technique, but provides a solid methodology for determining where to treat – often remote to the primary complaint. I have much more information on Fascial Manipulation available here.
Professionals appropriate for this training include the following:
- Athletic Trainers
- Massage Therapists
- Medical Doctors
- Nurse Practitioners
- Occupational Therapists
- Occupational Therapist Assistants (if they are working in a clinic/site where a qualified supervising practitioner is presently taking or has taken the course in the past.)
- Physical Therapists
- Physical Therapist Assistants (if they are working in a clinic/site where a qualified supervising practitioner is presently taking or has taken the course in the past.)
- Physician Assistants
- Students in any of these programs
If your professional designation is not listed here please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can discuss your eligibility. There are so many different professional titles out there, and it’s possible that I have simply overlooked a relevant candidate. While many of you reading this may not be eligible to take the training, it’s likely you know someone who is – please pass this along!
Further information and registration guidelines are available here through Structure and Function, who is the provider for the course. This course consists of online lectures available once registration is complete. These comprehensive lectures can be done at your own pace, and reviewed repeatedly as desired. In these Carla and Antonio Stecco address fascial anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, and the construct of the Fascial Manipulation method. The second portion of the course is our in-person three day weekend, such as at UVA. We review all the centers of coordination (treatment access points), the constructs of evaluation, determining the most optimal sites to treat, and follow up care. It’s a hands-on and closely supervised weekend directed at refining skills and equipping participants to be confident and effective in the FM method.
I hope you or someone you know will consider joining in this course – it’s fantastic material and I believe has the potential to revolutionize health care.
Wishing you health and joy!