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Physical Therapy, Osteopathy, Massage Therapy, Chiropractic

Myofascial Induction™ – An anatomical approach to the treatment of fascial dysfunction Volume 1: The Upper Body

An anatomical approach to the treatment of fascial dysfunction

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Myofascial Induction™ An anatomical approach to the treatment of fascial dysfunction describes the properties of the fascial network and provides therapeutic solutions for different types of fascial dysfunction. The material is presented in two volumes:

Volume 1 analyzes in depth the theoretical aspects related to fascia and focuses on the therapeutic procedures of Myofascial Induction Therapy (MIT™) for the upper body; Volume 2 summarizes and expands on the theoretical aspects and explains the therapeutic procedures of MIT for the lower body.

Volume 1 is divided into two parts:

  • Part 1 – The Science and Principles of Myofascial Induction and
  • Part 2 – Practical Applications of Myofascial Induction – the Upper Body.

Part 1 defines the fascia as a complex biological system before discussing its multiple characteristics.

Part 2 is the practical part. Here the reader will find a wide range of manual therapeutic procedures which can be selected and used to build up the MIT treatments. These processes are explained in detail and are richly illustrated, in full color, with diagrams and photographs of their practical application in the body and in the treated samples of dissected tissues.

Each chapter opens with an introduction offering to the reader some philosophical background as a reminder that philosophy allows us to relate the strictly scientific with the empirical. Praxis and empiricism are the basis of science.

The author invites you to join the scientific fascial adventure that allows us to uncover areas of knowledge which may have been forgotten or which are not yet recognized as being related and which might still reveal relevant information. Once discovered, these facts can help us to better understand the kinesis of our body and so help the individual to change their body image and to improve their quality of life.

Foreword

Foreword

Preface

Online videos

Acknowledgments

Glossary

PART 1             The science and principles of Myofascial Induction

CHAPTER 1      Introduction: Why this book?

CHAPTER 2      Definition and characteristics of fascia and the fascial system

CHAPTER 3      Anatomy and functional aspects of fascia

CHAPTER 4      Embryological aspects of the fascial system

CHAPTER 5      Histological aspects of the fascial system

CHAPTER 6      The concept of tensegrity: Fascia as a tensegrity structure

CHAPTER 7      Movement and force transmission in the fascial system

CHAPTER 8      The neurodynamics of fascia

CHAPTER 9      Fascial trauma and dysfunction

CHAPTER 10    The assessment process

CHAPTER 11    The objectives of Myofascial Induction Therapy

CHAPTER 12    Scientific evidence relevant to the MIT approach

PART 2    Practical applications of Myofascial Induction – the upper body                           

CHAPTER 13    Myofascial Induction Therapy

                          Therapeutic considerations

                           Basic techniques and procedures

CHAPTER 14    Upper quadrant assessment

CHAPTER 15    Craniofacial and neck dysfunctions related to the fascial system

                           Craniofacial region

                           Craniocervical structures

                           MIT procedures for common craniocervical and neck                                          dysfunctions

CHAPTER 16    Dysfunctions related to the thorax complex

                           MIT procedures for common dysfunctions of the thorax                                        complex

CHAPTER 17     Upper extremity dysfunctions related to the fascial system

                            MIT procedures for common upper extremity dysfunctions

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Andrzej PILAT

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Myofascial Induction™ – An anatomical approach to the treatment of fascial dysfunction Volume 1: The Upper Body

An anatomical approach to the treatment of fascial dysfunction

£80.00 GBP / $110.00 USD Free delivery in the UK and USA

Myofascial Induction™ An anatomical approach to the treatment of fascial dysfunction describes the properties of the fascial network and provides therapeutic solutions for different types of fascial dysfunction. The material is presented in two volumes:

Volume 1 analyzes in depth the theoretical aspects related to fascia and focuses on the therapeutic procedures of Myofascial Induction Therapy (MIT™) for the upper body; Volume 2 summarizes and expands on the theoretical aspects and explains the therapeutic procedures of MIT for the lower body.

Volume 1 is divided into two parts:

  • Part 1 – The Science and Principles of Myofascial Induction and
  • Part 2 – Practical Applications of Myofascial Induction – the Upper Body.

Part 1 defines the fascia as a complex biological system before discussing its multiple characteristics.

Part 2 is the practical part. Here the reader will find a wide range of manual therapeutic procedures which can be selected and used to build up the MIT treatments. These processes are explained in detail and are richly illustrated, in full color, with diagrams and photographs of their practical application in the body and in the treated samples of dissected tissues.

Each chapter opens with an introduction offering to the reader some philosophical background as a reminder that philosophy allows us to relate the strictly scientific with the empirical. Praxis and empiricism are the basis of science.

The author invites you to join the scientific fascial adventure that allows us to uncover areas of knowledge which may have been forgotten or which are not yet recognized as being related and which might still reveal relevant information. Once discovered, these facts can help us to better understand the kinesis of our body and so help the individual to change their body image and to improve their quality of life.

Foreword

Foreword

Preface

Online videos

Acknowledgments

Glossary

PART 1             The science and principles of Myofascial Induction

CHAPTER 1      Introduction: Why this book?

CHAPTER 2      Definition and characteristics of fascia and the fascial system

CHAPTER 3      Anatomy and functional aspects of fascia

CHAPTER 4      Embryological aspects of the fascial system

CHAPTER 5      Histological aspects of the fascial system

CHAPTER 6      The concept of tensegrity: Fascia as a tensegrity structure

CHAPTER 7      Movement and force transmission in the fascial system

CHAPTER 8      The neurodynamics of fascia

CHAPTER 9      Fascial trauma and dysfunction

CHAPTER 10    The assessment process

CHAPTER 11    The objectives of Myofascial Induction Therapy

CHAPTER 12    Scientific evidence relevant to the MIT approach

PART 2    Practical applications of Myofascial Induction – the upper body                           

CHAPTER 13    Myofascial Induction Therapy

                          Therapeutic considerations

                           Basic techniques and procedures

CHAPTER 14    Upper quadrant assessment

CHAPTER 15    Craniofacial and neck dysfunctions related to the fascial system

                           Craniofacial region

                           Craniocervical structures

                           MIT procedures for common craniocervical and neck                                          dysfunctions

CHAPTER 16    Dysfunctions related to the thorax complex

                           MIT procedures for common dysfunctions of the thorax                                        complex

CHAPTER 17     Upper extremity dysfunctions related to the fascial system

                            MIT procedures for common upper extremity dysfunctions

Hardback, eBook
978-1-913426-33-0
1
620
580 color drawings and photographs
275x220
Not yet published
3 January 2022
Handspring Publishing

£80.00 GBP / $110.00 USD

Physical Therapy, Osteopathy, Massage Therapy, Chiropractic

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We will use this data to notify you when this publication is available, and for no other purpose.
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Andrzej PILAT

Physiotherapist and specialist in manual therapy.

Read More ›

You may also be interested in:

Bulk discounts
for course
instructors
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your class?
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