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March SD Hand SIG Meeting 2020

Fascia in a NEW LIGHT: Plastination for Fascia Anatomy Education

Tuesday, March 10, 2020: 6:00-7:45 pm

Presented by:
Rachelle L. Clauson, CMT, BCTMB

Join us for a behind the scenes look at the Fascial Net Plastination Project (FNPP), a three-year collaborative effort of the BODY WORLDS, Fascia Research Society, Somatics Academy, and the Plastinarium, with photographer, film coordinator, and volunteer dissector, Rachelle L. Clauson. She will discuss the challenge of conceptualizing and visualizing the fascial system and how the FNPP is attempting to create 3D plastinates to demonstrate the many intimate fascial relationships in the human body which are often oversimplified or omitted from images and drawings in books. The three year project is taking place at the Plastinarium laboratory in Guben, Germany. For more information: www.fasciaresearchsociety.org/Plastination.

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October SD Hand SIG Meeting 2019 Addendum

The speakers for our October 8th meeting are asking for 3-4 volunteers to allow them to demonstrate their manual pain treatment techniques on the upper extremities to show the attendees.

Due to HIPPA issues, we are not able to use real patients but if any of you have some “aches and pains”, it might be worth trying.

For more information check out his website: theprrt.com.

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October SD Hand SIG Meeting 2019

Reduce Upper Extremity Pain/Improve ROM In Seconds Using Primal Reflex Release Technique

Tuesday, October 8, 2019: 6:00-7:45 pm

Presented by:
Chuck Renner, OTR, CHT
John F. Iams, MA, PT (developer, Primal Reflex Release Technique).

The basic function of the upper extremity is to place the hand for use in one’s environment.  That process is governed by our nervous system. We can break that down even further.  Our actions are governed by our reflexive nervous system, central nervous system and peripheral nervous system.  Learn how, through PRRT, we can improve upper extremity function, decrease pain and improve mobility at reflex speed!

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