“Decodification of the fascia 1” is the class that the French osteopath, Serge Paoletti DO, will give us..
In recent years, interest in the study of fascias has been growing and different articles, as well as research, show that this subtle system is involved in all areas of the human body.
In addition, understanding the complexity and subtlety of fascias, in the broadest sense of the term, pushes the boundaries of osteopathic treatment.
Fascial treatment is what connects all osteopathic techniques. For greater efficiency, it is necessary to understand how this complex system works.
For this reason, it is necessary at the beginning to make a review about embryology, anatomy, pathology, mechanics of the fascias, to finish in the last chapter seeing that the fascia works according to a system of tensegrity.
We will also see that, through the fascial chains, we can access the energy system.
This seminar is divided into two parts:
- A first part with several reviews, followed by a practical and clinical application. This first part will allow us to establish the basis of fascial treatment on your part “Structural”.
- The second part will allow us to approach fascias in their most subtle aspects through electromagnetism, epigenetism, the dating of injuries, the medicine of intention and the notions of quantum medicine.
We will illustrate these different topics with practical modalities through the treatment of babies, pregnancy, infertility and somatosensory, all this illustrated with examples clinical.
In recent years, scientific studies and publications on fascias have become increasingly numerous; evidence of the interest of medicine in this complex and little-known structure that we begin to glimpse in its different aspects, both from the physiological and pathological point of view. They carry the information message and are guarantors of good health.
The fascia is ubiquitous in the body. In fact, this is derived from the mesoblast, therefore, consider that this mesoblast is practically fascia. All structures of the body can be considered as fascia in different ways.
There are no osteopathic techniques without fascial participation, and they are the ones that act as a link between all our different techniques.
The growing study of the fascia constantly opens up new possibilities for therapeutic research
During this seminar, we will be able to approach the different subtleties of the fascias and decode their wide mode of action.