Mobilization of Visceral Fascia: The Urinary System
This is a satellite offering of our course, Mobilization of Visceral Fascia Level 1: The Urinary System. This continuing education course consists of pre-recorded lectures followed by live, interactive remote learning which will be completed by groups meeting at a specific satellite OR self hosted location. The instructor will be presenting to all satellites from a remote location via Zoom. During labs, participants will pair up and be guided by the local lab assistants at the satellite course location. It is expected that participants will only register for satellites in which they are within driving distance, and adhere to all state and local COVID guidelines, including wearing a mask at all times during the course.
This course is designed to provide comprehensive knowledge concerning the relationship between the connective tissue surrounding the visceral structures of the urologic system as it relates to the musculoskeletal system.
Material will be presented that includes the science of and evidence behind the use of fascial-based manual therapy with the presentation of relevant visceral and fascial anatomy and their embryologic origins. Emphasis will be placed on clinical reasoning with the goal of immediate implementation of the techniques learned following this introductory course. Students will be instructed in an extensive number of treatment techniques, both external abdominal as well as internal vaginal approaches. Course participants will be able to immediately incorporate evaluation and treatment of visceral fascia for patients with a variety of urinary dysfunction diagnoses.
October 28, 2022 4:00 PM America/New_York
Venue: The George Washington University Hospital
2131 K Street NW 6th Floor
Washington, DC 20037