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There are no manual therapy techniques without fascial participation and fascia is the link between all the different modalities. Join renowned osteopath, and author of The Fasciae: Anatomy, Dysfunction and Treatment, Serge Paoletti, DO (UK), as he discusses the role that fascia plays in manual therapy.
• Delve into the fascial implications when applying cranial, visceral, structural and various other soft tissue treatments.
• Learn how fascia is involved in epigenetic psychosomatic dysfunctions.
• Discuss the system of fascial tension and its interaction with acupuncture meridians and, therefore, the energy possibilities of the fascias.
• Explore the fascial support between our chakras and associated nerve plexuses.
• Learn why fascia is a key component for treating babies and facilitating changes within their epigenetic system.
Serge Paoletti graduated from the European School of Osteopathy. He has taught at the ESO, as well as other schools including: the College Internationale d’Osteopathy (CIDO) in St. Etienne, France; the Viennese School of Osteopathy (WSO); the French Osteopathic College (COF) in Paris and the German Osteopathic School (OSD) in Hamburg. He obtained his title as Manual Physical Therapist in 1973 and also graduated from the European School of Osteopathy, Maidstone (GB), in 1983. He worked as an assistant at the North Paris University (DUMENAT) from 1984 to 1987.
Approximately 3 hours.
BONUS Presentation: Empowering Change through Policy.
40-minute bonus presentation by Dr. Len Wisneski, MD, FACP
Dr. Wisneski shares information about integrative
medicine as it exists today and how the future looks toward shifts is healthcare.
The axis between government, hospitals and private practitioners are in alignment and the messages Dr. Wisneski shares are uplifting indeed.What the physicians and general public need from us, is a true understanding of what our work is. What is the mechanism behind the physical and energetic results. How do we articulate it?
He feels the shifts that are happening today in functional medicine, integrative and complementary care can be far reaching for the future of all healthcare.
Dr. Wisneski graduated from Thomas Jefferson Medical
College and performed his postgraduate training in the field of Internal
Medicine and Endocrinology in the George Washington University healthcare
system, where he served as Chief Medical Resident in Internal Medicine. From
1977 until 1997, Dr. Wisneski was the Corporate Medical Director of Marriott
International, Inc., and Director of Medical Education at Holy Cross Hospital
in Silver Spring, Maryland, an affiliate of George Washington University
Medical School and Children’s National Medical Center where he devoted his
efforts to teaching the fundamentals of internal medicine, as well as,
integrative medicine. He is the President Emeritus for the Integrative Health Policy Consortium.