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Online Video-Barral-SET of 4 Anatomy Series – Visceral Manipulation

Online Video-for your computer or digital device - Online Video-Barral-SET of 4 Anatomy Series – Visceral Manipulation - Each segment in this series will provide in depth discussion with a visceral perspective. The presentations are designed to enrich your knowledge and enhance your practice with a greater understanding of organ specific fascial and soft tissue connections and their connection to pain and dysfunction. The BI Faculty have studied for many years and are able to encapsulate many years of knowledge to bring it to you and your practice.

The content will delve into
~anatomy of a specific organ and it's relationship to its surrounding anatomy
~pertinent dissection slides of unembalmed donor
~using models of organs, the presenter will demonstrate each organ’s movement patterns
~self palpation as it relates to clinical application

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Online Video-Barral-Anatomy Series – Visceral Manipulation: Abdomen Part 2

Online Video-for your computer or digital device - Anatomy Series – Visceral Manipulation: Abdomen Part 2 - Each segment in this series will provide in depth discussion with a visceral perspective. The presentations are designed to enrich your knowledge and enhance your practice with a greater understanding of organ specific fascial and soft tissue connections and their connection to pain and dysfunction. The BI Faculty have studied for many years and are able to encapsulate many years of knowledge to bring it to you and your practice.

The content will delve into
~anatomy of a specific organ and it's relationship to its surrounding anatomy
~pertinent dissection slides of unembalmed donor
~using models of organs, the presenter will demonstrate each organ’s movement patterns
~self palpation as it relates to clinical application

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Online Video-Barral-Anatomy Series – Visceral Manipulation: Abdomen Part 1

Online Video-for your computer or digital device - Anatomy Series – Visceral Manipulation: Abdomen Part 1 - Each segment in this series will share with us the importance of knowing anatomy from a visceral perspective. The presentations are designed to enrich your knowledge and enhance your practice with a greater understanding of organ specific fascial and soft tissue connections and their connection to pain and dysfunction. The BI Faculty have studied for many years and are able to encapsulate many years of knowledge to bring it to you and your practice.

The content will delve into
~anatomy of a specific organ and it's relationship to its surrounding anatomy
~pertinent dissection slides of unembalmed donor
~using models of organs, the presenter will demonstrate each organ’s movement patterns
~self palpation as it relates to clinical application

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Online Video-Barral-Anatomy Series – Visceral Manipulation: Pelvis

Online Video-for your computer or digital device - Anatomy Series – Visceral Manipulation: Pelvis - Each segment in this series will provide in depth discussion with a visceral perspective. The presentations are designed to enrich your knowledge and enhance your practice with a greater understanding of organ specific fascial and soft tissue connections and their connection to pain and dysfunction. The BI Faculty have studied for many years and are able to encapsulate many years of knowledge to bring it to you and your practice.

The content will delve into
~anatomy of a specific organ and it's relationship to its surrounding anatomy
~pertinent dissection slides of unembalmed donor
~using models of organs, the presenter will demonstrate each organ’s movement patterns
~self palpation as it relates to clinical application

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Online Video-Barral-Anatomy Series – Visceral Manipulation: Thorax

Online Video-for your computer or digital device - Anatomy Series – Visceral Manipulation: Thorax - Each segment in this series will provide in depth discussion with a visceral perspective. The presentations are designed to enrich your knowledge and enhance your practice with a greater understanding of organ specific fascial and soft tissue connections and their connection to pain and dysfunction. The BI Faculty have studied for many years and are able to encapsulate many years of knowledge to bring it to you and your practice.

The content will delve into
~anatomy of a specific organ and it's relationship to its surrounding anatomy
~pertinent dissection slides of unembalmed donor
~using models of organs, the presenter will demonstrate each organ’s movement patterns
~self palpation as it relates to clinical application

Thorax will address the cervical fascia, lungs/bronchi and heart/pericardium.

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