PHYSIUM System training

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The Deep Fascial Mobilization (DFM) 6-day training is structured in two parts:

The first part is a basic training, in which the general concepts of treatment and assessment are learned:

  • PHYSIUM operating system and assessment method.
  • Physiological basis: mechanotransduction by void. Tissue layers mobilization.
  • DFM applications.
  • DFM programs, by areas to be treated or the biostimulation effect desired.
  • Fascias assessment system:

    • Quadrant assessment.
    • Drag test of fascia.
    • Drag test of fascia’s mobility.
    • Palpatory test of fascia.

  • Frequency of treatment, modification of frequency of treatment upon MFP needings and biostimulation effect desired.
  • Maximum pressure force, security limits. Changing maximum pressure force by areas to be treated or the biostimulation effect desired.
  • Practice with PHYSIUM programs in different body areas, muscles and fascias.

The second part is composed by the 6 following specializations (2-day training each):

1.- LOWER EXTREMITY NEURODYNAMICS LEVEL 1.
2.- LOWER EXTREMITY NEURODYNAMICS LEVEL 2.
3.- UPPER EXTREMITY NEURODYNAMIC LEVEL 1.
4.- UPPER EXTREMITY NEURODYNAMIC LEVEL 2.
5.- VISCERAL TRAINING LEVEL 1 (in test)
6.- VISCERAL TRAINING LEVEL 2 (in test)

The goal is to guarantee patients receiving PHYSIUM System treatment a high quality treatment, with a guarantee of good results.

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