Dissection Livestream Specialty Class: The Anatomy of Feet, Hands, Eyes and Ears – “Our Proprioceptive Windows on the World”
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- July 17 – 17, 2021
- This course is intended for Online Course.
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Anatomy Trains and Laboratories of Anatomical Enlightenment present 1-Day Dissection Livestream Specialty Class: The Anatomy of Feet, Hands, Eyes and Ears – “Our Proprioceptive Windows on the World” with Tom Myers and Todd Garcia
We know where we are in space by listening to the stretch receptors in our muscles, joints, and fascia. We also use our four ‘windows on the world’, four neurologically rich areas to orient ourselves – the plantar surface of the feet, the palmar surface of the hand, our eyes, and the inner ear.
In this one-day class, we will take on these four neurological surfaces in detail, exploring the skin, fascia, and the neuro-fascial arrangement of the ends of both limbs. We will then take on both the outer structure of the eye – how its movement is controlled in the orbit – as well as the inner structure of the eyeball and lens itself. Our exploration of the ear will include the outer ear, and to the degree that we can expose it in real time, the inner ear with its tiny ‘bones within bones’ and cochlear arrangement.
This one-day course complements our other dissection classes, and previous experience with our more general classes will be an advantage, but all practitioners interested in human neurological orientation to the world will want to join Todd and Tom for this unique corner of human anatomy.
This course will be provided over zoom webinar with multiple camera views, live chat and Q&A. Recordings will be provided via password protected streaming access for 5 days.
Note: To ensure a high quality student experience, registration will CLOSE at 8PM EDT on Friday, July 16th
This special dissection livestream format allows us to go more deeply into the relationships and applications to multiple manual and movement modalities, from athletic training to trauma resolution to osteopathy.
This course is open to all, but due to its advanced nature, some prior experience with dissection, especially our 4-day dissection livestream, is recommended.
***Please note this program is for the intellectually mature and involves unfixed human cadaver images***
Saturday, July 17th, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT and 3:00 -5:00 PM EDT (Eastern Standard Time, US). To find your local time zone, please convert using a time zone converter like this: https://www.thetimezoneconverter.com/
Answers to frequently asked questions:
- All modules of this course will be recorded
- The recordings available to all registrants for 5 days of access, due to our agreements with the donor program
- You do not have to attend live in order to receive access to the recordings
- You can choose to attend some modules live and catch some on the recording and you will still receive access to all recordings
- You can receive a certificate of completion upon request after the course ends
- All time zones are Eastern Standard Time, US. Please use a time zone converter to check your local time.
Earns 4 CEs NCBTMB; 0.4 CECs NASM; 4 CEs IASI Cat. 1; 4 CECs NPCP (PMA)
- Palmaris longus muscle
- Flexor digitorum superficialis m.
- Flexor carpi radialis m.
- Flexor carpi ulnaris m.
- Median nerve
- Flexor digitorum profundus m.
- Flexor pollicis m.
- Thenar eminence muscles
- Hypothenar eminence muscles
- Adductor pollicis m.
- Abductor pollicis brevis m.
- Brachioradialis m.
- Extensor carpi radialis m.
- Extensor carpi ulnaris m.
- Extensor indicis m.
- Extensor pollicis longus m.
- Extensor digitorum m.
- Eye muscles, Superior rectus, Inferior rectus, Lateral rectus, Medial rectus, Superior oblique, Inferior oblique.
- Extensor digitorum longus m.
- Extensor hallucis longus m.
- Tibialis anterior m.
- Extensor digitorum brevis m.
- Extensor hallucis brevis m.
- Gastrocnemius m.
- Soleus m.
- Plantaris m.
- Plantar aponeurosis
- Flexor digitorum brevis m.
- Flexor digitorum longus m.
- Flexor hallucis longus m.
- Abductor hallucis m.
- Abductor digiti minimi m.
- Tibialis posterior m.
- Peroneus longus m.
- Peroneus brevis
- Suboccipital muscles, Rectus capitis posterior major, Rectus capitis posterior minor, Obliquus capitis superior, Obliquus capitis inferior
- Inner ear
|Dates||Jul 17 – 17, 2021|
Daily schedule is
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM and 3:00 – 5:00 PM EDT
|Teacher(s)||Tom Myers, Todd Garcia|
|Tuition||$150 until July 12th, 2021 / $250 thereafter|
|Credits Earned||4 CEs NCBTMB; 0.4 CECs NASM; 4 CEs IASI Cat. 1; 4 CECs NPCP (PMA)|
|Cancellation Fee||For cancellations up to 24 hours before the start of the course, full tuition credit to applied towards a future workshop or product. Cancellations within 24 hours before the start of the course, no refunds.|
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