THE NEURO-FASCIAL MOBILIZATION ONLINE COURSE – via zoom meeting – postponed to 2021

THE NEURO-FASCIAL MOBILIZATION ONLINE COURSE - via zoom meeting - postponed to 2021
10 Oct 2020 - 17 Oct 2020    
8:00 am - 11:00 am
Bookings closed
Steven Goldstein
Short Description
Craig Says - Steve Goldstein is probably one of the foremost fascial therapy instructors and teachers who gives 110% effort and input when demonstrating all aspects of fascial therapy treatments and techniques - this neuro-fascial mobilisation course will cover the neural manual therapy techniques for the spine, upper / lower limbs and the trunk - one course you wont be disappointed to have attended.
CPD Points
3 Continuing Education Units / hours per module

Important Information

THE NEURO-FASCIAL MOBILIZATION ONLINE COURSE – via zoom meeting; Live stream. Module 1: 10th October 2020, Module 2: 17th October2020 – postponed to 2021

with Steve Goldstein

Live stream time; 8am – 11am South African times for both modules; – please check your own local times.


Course material

THE NEURO-FASCIAL MOBILIZATION ONLINE COURSE – via zoom meeting – postponed to 2021

Course Outline

Module 1: 24th October

NFM Upper Extremities: Brachial Plexus & Median Nerve
In this module we will introduce the participant to the fundamental concepts of neurofascial mobilisation as drawn from physiotherapy (Shacklock-Butler), osteopathy (Barral), and Fascial Therapy (Goldstein).

Learning outcomes
Neural anatomy of the brachial plexus and median, radial and ulnar nerve, peripheral nerve palpation. Neurodynamic upper limb tests for each bias (pathway). Anatomy specific to syndromes associated with each neural pathway, such as carpal tunnel, cubital tunnel, posterior interosseus nerve, and radial tunnel syndromes.

Module 2: 31st October

NFM for the Spine, Lower Quadrant and Lower Extremity

Continuing with Shacklock’s landmark work, we view levels of neurodynamic assessment, the base tests for neurodynamic assessment; the ‘slump’ and sciatic straight-leg raise. Special tests, anatomy of lumbar and scaral plexus are introduced.

Differentiation of neural tension from soft-tissue tension especially myofascial are discussed.

Techniques are drawn from osteopathy (J.P. Barrel) and Fascial Therapy (Goldstein)

Pathways assessed and technique applied to include:
Spine, sciatic nerve, tibial nerve, peroneal nerve, medial and lateral plantar nerves, lumbar plexus, inguinal canal, femoral nerve, lateral cutaneous nerve and obturator nerve.


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Course Times

Live stream time; 8am – 11am South African times; – please check your own local times



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