Anatomical Skills Workshops
About the workshops
Our Anatomical Skills Workshops provide participants with an overview of musculoskeletal and visceral anatomy of the body, with an emphasis on clinically relevant functional and visceral anatomy, and critical evaluation of therapeutic intervention.
- use human anatomical material to review anatomical musculoskeletal structures
- provide reliable surface anatomy techniques to confidently and accurately locate and palpate muscular and skeletal structures
- evaluate the use of trigger point therapy through investigation of trigger point location in relation to surrounding and intervening structures
- examine the role of fascia in understanding the functional anatomy of a muscle, and to provide an in-depth understanding of the 3 dimensionality, function and location of visceral anatomy.
In addition, we utilise state of the art German-crafted anatomical models, potted human display specimens, plastinated human material and human skeletal material to ensure each learning objective is met.
Our Anatomical Skills Workshop instructors have a clinical background in addition to their anatomical teaching expertise to provide targeted information that is of immediate clinical benefit to participants.
Find out more about the course instructors:
- Dr Shannon Armstrong
- Dr Sharnti Caulley
- Mrs Tracey Langfield
- Ms Marietta Uys
Prerequisites for The Therapist's Body
The Therapist's Body is aimed at allied health professionals who wish to expand the anatomical knowledge they have gained through clinical practice and study to further enhance their clinical efficacy. Participants should be familiar with basic musculoskeletal anatomy and anatomical terminology. Participants must be either enrolled students or qualified practitioners.
Please review our terms and conditions before you enrol.
To book your place, complete the enrolment form and email it to us at least 2 weeks prior to the workshop.
To be notified of our next workshop program, please email us.
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