Myofascial release online with Liz Howard

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Myofascial Release Online with Liz Howard

Fascia is one of the most critical and misunderstood anatomical structures in the human body. It is often the missing link for persistent pain after a fall or injury, immobilisation, recurrent acute back pain, postural changes after surgery, post-surgical pain, contusion injuries, scar tissue and more. Liz Howard has translated the most recent research into a simple protocol to assess for local and global fascial dysfunction, select the best treatment techniques and self-management for your individual patient.

Myofascial Release Online features more than 40 videos of lectures, techniques, case-studies and more. You will learn direct and indirect fascial techniques, treatment dose based on key clinical indicators, how often to treat the patient and how to estimate prognosis. This course is focused on the musculoskeletal fascia and how to treat it efficiently. The videos represent 8 learning hours but more hours can potentially be gained by reading many linked articles and other resources.

Clear and detailed treatment technique videos

Learning techniques via online courses can be tough, but we have created what we think are some of the best you'll see: combining multiple camera angles with real-time diagrams and verbalisation. Here what participants have told us;

'Was really happy and pleasantly surprised at how well a hands-on topic could be taught online. I got a lot out of this course and have found it to be really useful.'


'I loved the slides which showed what was going on at the same time as the techniques were being performed, this worked really well for my brain. Loved how it really kept coming back to how relevant this is.'

'I was very happy with the way the content was presented. The theory was enough to understand, there wasn't too much unnecessary information. Great technique videos. Easy to apply in practice.'

Learning Outcomes

  • Describe the embryology, clinical anatomy and physiology of connective tissue
  • Recognise fascial dysfunction in the case history
  • Integrate a quick fascial assessment into your postural screen
  • Identify key symptoms and signs of myofascial restrictions and contributors to pain
  • Formulate a holistic treatment plan based on the latest research
  • Utilize the Anterior fascial chain treatment protocol in your practice
  • Identify when to use direct or indirect myofascial techniques
  • Demonstrate individual patient education and self-management tools such as simple global exercises

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