Treating Myofascial Pain with Biotensegrity Informed Touch

To effectively treat myofascial pain, not only an in-depth understanding of surface, topographical and gross anatomy is required but also a thorough insight into current pain science and themes such as peripheral perpetuating factors and central sensitisation.

Clinical anatomist John Sharkey will be teaching a three part online course on the pathophysiology, etiology and effective hands-on treatment of myofascial pain involving myofascial trigger points.

As an introduction to the course, John explains in this webinar tensegrity-based concepts that lead to effective touch therapy interventions which are safe, effective and restorative.

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Meet our Teacher

John Sharkey

Clinical Anatomist