|Dates||26-29 Feb 2020|
|Early Bird (20 Dec 2019)||RM 3800 ?|
|Venue||Kuala Lumpur Malaysia|
|Address||72-2, Fraser Bussiness Park,
Jalan Metro Pudu, 55100, Kuala Lumpur
After taking Visceral Manipulation: Abdomen 1 and 2, you’ve become acquainted with the feel of the different abdominal organs and local restrictions. In the Thorax workshop, you’ll take an expanded look at the functional biomechanics of the thoracic cavity. You’ll also explore the relationship between the hard frame and soft frame with its countless articulations for respiration, circulatory requirements and upper body movement patterns.
Registration starts at 830am on the first day of class. Daily class hours are from 9am – 530pm. On the last day, we will end by 4pm.
Visceral Manipulation: The Abdomen 2 (VM2)
To prepare for the course we suggest that you read The Thorax by Jean-Pierre Barral, RPT, DO.
Below is a list of terms and structures that are important in your preparation for this course. In addition, referencing these terms and structures from good anatomical texts such as the currentBritish Edition of Gray’s Anatomy, Clemente’s Anatomy and/or Netter’s Atlas of Human Anatomy are highly encouraged.
Fascial systems of head and neck and thorax (all are outlined in Jean Pierre Barral’s text The Thorax)
Structures of anterior neck
Anatomy, Biomechanics and Function of clavicle, first rib, shoulder and thoracic inlet
Sternoclavicular Joint Ligaments-anterior; posterior; interclavicular
Ligaments of shoulder
First Rib-vascular relationships (subclavian artery and vein)
Anatomy, Biomechanics, and Function of the Sternum
Anatomy, Biomechanics, and Function of the Pleura and Lungs
Thymus-anatomical position and function
Anatomy, Biomechanics, and Function of the Heart and Pericardium
Anatomy, Biomechanics and Function of the Mediastinum