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John Sharkey

John Sharkey is an international educator, author and authority in the areas of Clinical Anatomy, Exercise Science, human movement and the manual treatment of chronic pain. John is a graduate of the University of Dundee, University of Liverpool and University of Chester. He completed undergraduate and post-graduate studies in the areas of exercise physiology, clinical anatomy and holds post-graduate qualifications in education. He is currently a senior lecturer within the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Life Sciences, University of Chester/NTC, Dublin and is the programme leader of the Biotensegrity focused full body Thiel soft fix cadaver dissection courses held at the department of anatomy and human identification, Dundee University, Scotland. John also offers dissection courses across the globe. http://www.johnsharkeyevents.com/

The Fascial Foot

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Anatomy of the Pelvis

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From Fascia in Pieces to Fascia in Peace

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Site-specific Fascia Tuning Pegs

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Should bone be considered fascia: Proposal for a change in taxonomy of bone – a clinical anatomist’s view

Fascia is the accepted term to describe integrated three-dimensional connective tissues that have failed to be described in a manner agreed by recognised anatomical authorities. It is proposed that the ambiguity concerning the seeming indefinability and lack of agreement is predominantly conceptual and partially technical.

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Fascia and tensegrity: The quintessence of a unified systems conception

The heterogeneous connective tissue fascia is constructed upon a tensegrity-based architecture providing cells and organism’s
with stability coupled with mobility. A term coined by Sharkey and Avison “Fasciategrity” used for the first time at the British
Fascia Symposium 2018, speaks of the relationship of balance and integrity within the fascial net.

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