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Physical Therapy, Osteopathy, Massage Therapy, Chiropractic, Anatomy

Myofascial Induction™ – An anatomical approach to the treatment of fascial dysfunction Volume 2: The lower 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.

Within the chapters of Volume 2 the reader will find a wide range of manual therapeutic procedures which can be selected and used to build up the MIT treatments for lower body fascial dysfunction.  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.

 

Dedication

About the author

Forewords

Preface

Online videos

Acknowledgments

 

CHAPTER 1    Connecting and moving forward: Fascia as a multifunctional
system

CHAPTER 2    Thoracolumbar fascia – the heart of the matter

CHAPTER 3    Lower quadrant assessment

CHAPTER 4    Pelvic girdle dysfunctions: Lower back and sacroiliac
structures; Abdominal area

MIT procedures for common pelvic girdle dysfunctions: Lower back and sacroiliac structures; Abdominal area

CHAPTER 5    Pelvic girdle dysfunctions: Gluteal structures; Inguinal and
pubic area; Pelvic floor (external)

MIT procedures for common pelvic girdle dysfunctions: Gluteal structures; Inguinal and pubic area; Pelvic floor (external)

CHAPTER 6    Lower extremity dysfunctions related to the fascial system

MIT procedures for common lower extremity dysfunctions: Thigh compartments; Knee complex; leg compartments; foot structures

CHAPTER 7    Fascia and therapeutic movement in translational practice: From
the laboratory to the clinic

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Andrzej PILAT

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Myofascial Induction™ – An anatomical approach to the treatment of fascial dysfunction Volume 2: The lower body

An anatomical approach to the treatment of fascial dysfunction

£55.00 GBP / $70.00 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.

Within the chapters of Volume 2 the reader will find a wide range of manual therapeutic procedures which can be selected and used to build up the MIT treatments for lower body fascial dysfunction.  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.

 

Dedication

About the author

Forewords

Preface

Online videos

Acknowledgments

 

CHAPTER 1    Connecting and moving forward: Fascia as a multifunctional
system

CHAPTER 2    Thoracolumbar fascia – the heart of the matter

CHAPTER 3    Lower quadrant assessment

CHAPTER 4    Pelvic girdle dysfunctions: Lower back and sacroiliac
structures; Abdominal area

MIT procedures for common pelvic girdle dysfunctions: Lower back and sacroiliac structures; Abdominal area

CHAPTER 5    Pelvic girdle dysfunctions: Gluteal structures; Inguinal and
pubic area; Pelvic floor (external)

MIT procedures for common pelvic girdle dysfunctions: Gluteal structures; Inguinal and pubic area; Pelvic floor (external)

CHAPTER 6    Lower extremity dysfunctions related to the fascial system

MIT procedures for common lower extremity dysfunctions: Thigh compartments; Knee complex; leg compartments; foot structures

CHAPTER 7    Fascia and therapeutic movement in translational practice: From
the laboratory to the clinic

Hardback, eBook
978-1-913426-35-4
1
300

275x220
Not yet published
19 January 2023
Handspring Publishing

£55.00 GBP / $70.00 USD

Physical Therapy, Osteopathy, Massage Therapy, Chiropractic, Anatomy

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Andrzej PILAT

Physiotherapist and specialist in manual therapy.

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