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A new approach to working with Pelvic Organ Prolapse

POP – Pelvic Organ Prolapse – “….is defined as the symptomatic descent of female pelvic organs and is often described as when the organs in the pelvis slip down from their normal position and bulge into the vagina”.[1]  Anna Crowle, an experienced physiotherapist, also trained in osteopathic, clinical massage and advanced myofascial methods, is lead…

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Monthly Members’ Webinar – Pelvic Organ Prolapse – the principles of a combined approach

Practical details Date: 25th August 2022Time: 19.00 – 20.00 UK timePresenter: Anna Crowle and Claire SparrowTitle: Pelvic Organ Prolapse – the principles of a combined approach Join Anna Crowle and Claire Sparrow for a discussion on approaching Pelvic Organ Prolapse based on biotensegrity principles. Part 1: Anna will introduce her research and the application of biotensegrity principles to Pelvic…

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Myofascial Induction – Excerpts from the book

An anatomical approach to the treatment of fascial dysfunction Myofascial Induction™ – An anatomical approach to the treatment of fascial dysfunction describes the properties of the fascial network and provides therapeutic solutions for different types of fascial dysfunction. Volume 1 analyzes in depth the theoretical aspects related to fascia and focuses on the therapeutic procedures of Myofascial Induction…

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Could your client have a connective tissue disorder?

Could your client have a connective tissue disorder? What are the signs and symptoms we need to look out for?  This article gives an overview of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) which is one of the heritable disorders of the connective tissue. A connective tissue disorder is described as a condition that affects the parts of the…

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Could your client have a connective tissue disorder?

By Jeannie Di Bon – Movement Therapist and Hypermobility Specialist Could your client have a connective tissue disorder? What are the signs and symptoms we need to look out for?  This article gives an overview of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) which is one of the heritable disorders of the connective tissue. A connective tissue disorder is…

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Monthly Member Webinar – Trauma, the ANS and the EDS relationship

Practical details Date: 22 January 2022Time: 19.00 – 20.00Presenter: Jeannie di BonTitle: Trauma, the ANS and the EDS relationship Explore new research and theories into the relationship between hypermobility, anxiety and trauma.  This is a relatively new field and association between connective tissue and the impact on the autonomic nervous system.   Jeannie will share her personal experience of living…

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