AT Masterclass: Can fasciae be a pain generator? Live Online with Carla Stecco – REGISTRATION CLOSED
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We are thrilled to bring to you Anatomy Trains 12 Days of Christmas Masterclass Series, showcasing world renowned thought leaders in fascia, anatomy, & body-minded movement. With this amazing lineup, it will be hard to pick just one to attend!
Each two hour Masterclass will be presented live over zoom – we encourage you to join us live! We will have exclusive contests for those who attend live, with fun prizes awarded to the winners. However if you cannot attend live, you can relax in the knowledge that each webinar will be recorded and the recording will be made available for you to enjoy for 45 days.
Please note: To ensure a high quality student experience, registration will close January 2nd at 8AM EST
In recent years the innervation of the fascia and soft tissues has become increasingly important in the etiopathogenesis of pain, but actually the relative importance of the various anatomical structures is not known. In this presentation the type and quantity of innervation of the various soft tissues will be presented. Besides, we’ll discuss the different modalities that can explain fascial pain:
1. An alteration of the fascial tension: in this case the fascia maintain the correct microscopic
and macroscopic structure, but it perceives an altered tension
2. An alteration of the macroscopic structure of the fascia, as a scar tissue
3. An alteration of the microscopic structure of the fascia, and here we’ll listen all the
microscopic alteration that we know until now:
a. Alteration of the density of innervation
b. Alteration of hyaluronan amount and hydration
c. Alteration of the collagen and elastic components
d. Alteration of the hormone receptor
Only knowing all these variabilities, we can approach a fascial pain in the proper way and we can understand way patients answer to our treatments differently.
Saturday, January 2nd: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time, US
Stecco Carla, born the 16th of September 1977 in Arzignano. Medical degree cum laude in 2002 at the Padua University.
Specialization cum laude in Orthopaedic surgery at the Padua University in January 2008.
From 2007 (1st of October) to 2014 she has a position of Assistant Professor M-EDF/02 (Theory and Didactic of Motor Activity and Sport) at the University of Padova, Department of Human Anatomy and Physiology. From 2014 (1st of October) she has a position of Professor of Anatomy (BIO/16) at the University of Padova, Department of Neuroscience. She teaches anatomy at the Padova University for the physiotherapists (60 hours), medical doctors (40 hours) and Orthopaedic residents (20 hours). Besides, she teaches a course about the anatomical bases of Pilates and Yoga for the motor science (60 hours).
Scientific activity devoted to the study of the anatomy of the human fasciae from a macroscopical, histological and physiopathological point of view. She personally made over 100 cadaver dissections for research. Member of the Italian Society of Anatomy and Histology since 2007 and of the Association Française des Morphologistes since 2008. Founder member of the Fascia Research Society and of the Fascial Manipulation Association. Member of the Editorial Board of the Surgical and Radiological Anatomy and of the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies. From 2000 she organizes and personally holds theoretical-practical courses about a new manual therapy (Fascial Manipulation) in different centres both public and private in Italy and in other European countries.
ROLE OF MENTOR OR SUPERVISOR:
Stecco Carla was mentor of Michele M. Bond for a PhD thesis to the Graduate Faculty of Kinesiology of The University of Texas of the Permian Basin of the title: “A comparison of strength gains between novice participants in a fascial system exercise enhanced strength training program and a general strength training program”. Besides, she was external supervisor of three PhD thesis, one from the University of Rome (Italy), one from New Zeeland and one from Australia.
|Dates||Jan 2 – 2, 2021|
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST
|Tuition||$50 until Dec. 26th at 8 AM EST / $75 thereafter|
|Credits Earned||2 CEs NCBTMB, pending; 2 CEs NPCP (PMA); 2 CEs IASI Cat. 1|
|Cancellation Fee||Please note that there are no refunds 24 hours before the course starts. For cancellations up to 24 hours before the start of the course, full tuition credit will be applied towards a future workshop or product.|
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