The Myofascial Induction ® is a method of evaluation and treatment where three-dimensional movements and sustained pressures are used throughout the systemfascial to eliminate its restrictions.

In recent years, the techniques of Myofascial Induction ® have gained in physiotherapy an unprecedented field; have allowed the expansion of many roots in the profession. The limitations of the myofascial system produce pain and slow down the recovery of function. It is considered that the Myofascial Induction® is the link forgotten in the chain of treatments performed by therapists in charge of restoring function and pain relief.


To ensure that the participant throughout the development of the seminars acquires those skills and abilities that allow him to make an appropriate evaluation and
treatment in patients affected by Myofascial Dysfunction Syndrome (SDF).


  • Analyze the conceptual model of the Myofascial Induction (MIT).
  • Discuss the concept of the SDF.
  • Explain the evaluation process of the SDF.
  • Demonstrate and carry out the evaluation process of the SDF.
  • Introduce the bases of clinical applications of the MIT.
  • Analyze the indications and contraindications of the MIT.
  • Learn and apply the clinical procedures of MIT.


  1. Identify the basic elements of the structure, biomechanics and kinematics of the locomotor apparatus of the human body.
  2. Identify the fascial structure of the body.
  3. Describe the molecular structure of the fascia.
  4. Characterize the biomechanical structure of the fascia.
  5. Analyze the pathomechanics of the fascial system.
  6. Differentiate and apply the phases of the evaluation of myofascial syndrome.


  • Apply the most commonly used specific techniques in the myofascial restrictions of the spine, chest and extremities.
  • Apply the basic techniques of deep myofascial mobilization and induction.


It is of a theoretical – practical nature and summarizes the basic concepts about Myofascial Dysfunction Syndrome, patient evaluation, treatment bases and the application of the basic techniques of the Myofascial Induction ®.

The program includes the discussion of the following topics:

  • Fascial system concept.
  • Anatomy of the fascial system.
  • Connective tissue histology.
  • Neuroanatomy of the fascial system.
  • Biomechanics of the myofascial complex of the human body.
  • Characteristics of the biophysical concepts of the fascial system
  • Trauma of the fascial system and the process of repair of the injuries.
  • Myofascial restriction and process of formation of Myofascial Dysfunction Syndrome.
  • Bases of the evaluation of the Myofascial Dysfunction Syndrome.
  • Fundamentals of the Myofascial Induction process.
  • Principles of treatment.
  • Sequence of treatments.
  • Patient follow-up.
  • Indications and contraindications.
  • Application of Surface Superficial Techniques.
  • Application of Deep Basic Techniques.