2022 ABMP CE Summit Course: How Microscopic Images of Fascia Inform our Understanding

Fascial Anatomy: How Microscopic Images of Fascia Inform our Understanding

Course Date/Time: Monday, March 21, 2022, 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. MDT (Live Q&A 12:45 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.)

Course Description: Learn to identify the different types of fascia and their qualities by viewing images of fascia under the microscope. Join fascia expert Gil Hedley for this in-depth course on the anatomy of the fascial layers: skin, superficial fascia, perifascia, and deep fascia. Magnified dissection images and videos show each layer’s organizational structure and its role in connection and movement. Note: This course contains still images and videos from human dissections.

CE Hours: 1

Instructor Bio

Gil Hedley, PhD, has been teaching “integral anatomy” in the lab, lecture hall, and online at gilhedley.com since 1995 to professionals from the entire range of healing and fitness modalities. He is the producer of the Integral Anatomy Series, the author of several books of poetry and prose, and has now created the “Anatomy from A to Z” project, a comprehensive 240-hour on-camera tour of human anatomy based on his integral, whole-body approach. All of his content is now available online. Gil is based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he presides over the Board of Directors of the Institute for Anatomical Research, a 501(C)(3) nonprofit corporation focused on expanding the study of integral anatomy through cadaver studies.

 

ABMP CE Summit Event information

Connect and engage with your massage and bodywork community and experts in the field as you learn and earn CE! This online conference focuses on fascia and takes learners on a journey from understanding fascia—what it looks like, its role in the body, and different types—to working with it using multiple modalities and techniques. Don’t miss this opportunity to interact with the course instructors and connect with your massage and bodywork community as you learn about fascia! This event—including 4 hours of CE—is free for everyone in the profession!

 

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Hi I'm looking to attend virtually the fascia ceu with Dr. Robert Schleip on March 21. 
 

i cannot seem to locate the exact time, date and registration. I see 2.24 and 3.21 as dates for a different topic. Help? Thx

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