What Did I Do This Summer ? The BioTensegrity Dissection Course 2017 of Course.!

Summer is officially over, but for me Late June and  July were  interesting month’s.

    ” I managed to do something I  really wanted to do.”

Anyone who has been treated by me, will know for me it is all about the injury, that does not mean I do not respect and understand my patients,  but what I see is the damage done and how soon it can be restored and the best way to proceed.

One of the best ways for that, is getting in there and seeing what is going on and how it is all put together , how it is all connected, but that is not likely to happen and I don’t have X Ray eyes to see what is happening.

Since Jacqui had damage to her knee and had to have a knee replacement, back in 2010, I have had a great deal of interest in knee pathologies and how to help with knee pain

Then an opportunity to go to the University of Dundee at their Department of Anatomy to find out a whole lot more, on a Body Dissection Course, the main focus of the course being on being BioTensegrity,  Genetics,Kinetics and Synergetics , with one of the best Human Anatomist, John Sharkey of the NTC in Dublin was to good an opportunity to miss.Then an opportunity to go to the University of Dundee at their Department of Anatomy to find out a whole lot more, on a Body Dissection Course, the main focus of the course being on being BioTensegrity, Genetics,Kinetics and Synergetics , with one of the best Human Anatomist, John Sharkey was to good an opportunity to miss. Not only did we have John Sharkey, but with guest Lectures like Dr Jean-Claude Guimberteau, Jaap van der Wal, Joanne Avison and Graham Scarr I was in my element. needless to say it has opened up a lot more understanding for me ,

 

Not only did we have John Sharkey, but with guest Lectures like Dr Jean-Claude Guimberteau, Jaap van der Wal, Joanne Avison and Graham Scarr.

I was in my element. needless to say it has opened up a lot more understanding for me ,

Opening up a knee and seeing for myself, all the intricate connections, the layers in the human body, the depth  is truly is amazing, seeing how poor posture damages the body,  As I always say you never stop learning and there is so much more to learn, though what I have learnt from the course will come in extremely useful when treating my clients.

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