Date(s) - 15/07/2023 - 17/07/2023
We want to let our members know about a unique opportunity to experience Human Anatomy Dissection in London this summer. The course is led by Clinical Anatomist, John Sharkey. John and his team including Joanne Avison, Karen Kirkness, Dr Wilbour Kelsick and Mark Flannigan will be on hand to ensure you have a very personal experience. You will have the opportunity to explore the inner workings of the human body through hands-on dissection, interactive sessions, and engaging presentations. This course is perfect for LCSP members interested in anatomy, fascia science, manual therapy, medicine, or related fields.
The Thiel embalming method used in this dissection course is a unique and advanced technique that has revolutionised the field of cadaver preservation. It involves the use of a special embalming solution that allows for the preservation of cadaver tissue in a more natural state, which facilitates better dissection outcomes. The soft-fixed cadavers used in this course are an excellent learning tool, providing a more realistic experience than traditional embalming methods.
Biotensegrity, the main theme of the course, is an emerging paradigm in the field of anatomy that emphasises the importance of the interconnectedness and continuity of the human body. This holistic approach to understanding the human form recognises that every part of the body is intricately linked and interdependent, and that our movement and posture are the result of the interplay between various structures and systems in the body.
The course’s special focus on Embryological Origins is particularly interesting, as it explores how the soft tissue’s stiffness or softness changes throughout our lives. This knowledge can have significant implications for understanding the development of various musculoskeletal disorders and injuries and how they may be treated or prevented.
Through the lens of BioTensegrity architecture, participants in this course will gain a deeper appreciation of how movement and form are interrelated from conception and throughout life. They will learn about the complex interactions between the body’s various systems, including the musculoskeletal, nervous, and fascial systems, and how they work together to create a resilient and adaptable structure.
This course is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in anatomy, movement, and manual therapies to deepen their understanding and expand their knowledge in this fascinating field.
The course will be held at Kings College, London on June 15th-17th, 2023. LCSP members can enjoy a 10% discount off the course fees by using the discount code LCSP10 at the check out. The early bird price is available until April 15th, 2023. If you’ve attended one of the dissection courses before, you can get the reviewer’s rate at the lowest price. To see more information or book on this course – https://ntc.ie/course/dissection-london/