door Dr. Vibeke Elbrond en Dr. Tove Due
vrijdag 22 november 2019
zaterdag 23 november 2019
We starten om 9.30u en eindigen rond 17u
Lunch wordt voorzien.
EARLY BIRD TARIEF:
350 euro voor leden – 400 euro voor niet-leden
550 euro voor leden – 600 euro voor niet-leden
Inschrijving is pas definitief na betaling op rekeningnummer
BE58 3630 1378 7679
Dit gaat door in Restaurant A-Mano Antwerpsesteenweg 96 Rumst
Canine myofascial kinetic lines and points treatment days
Vibeke S. Elbrønd, DVM, Ph.D., Cert. Vet. Kir., Cert. Vet. Aku., Indir. normalization techniques, Tove Due, DVM, Cert.Vet. Aku, Cert. Vet Homeopath., Instr. touch of health kinesiology
An improved understanding of the fascia system in relation to body functions e.g. locomotion and posture is essential nowadays. The fascia system integrates the body in a 3D network, which extends from the skin and deep into the body into the single cell and cell nucleus. The fascia represents the basic skeleton of the whole body. The functions of the fascia are numerous and span from pure mechanical to close collaboration and communication with the nervous system.
In this course kinetic myofascial lines in the dog (Horse paper; Elbrønd et Schultz, 2015) will be presented and explained in theory and with hands-on. In the practical sessions, the lines will be demonstrated on both animals and participants, and additionally tests and treatments of the lines. The animal lines are inspired by the human lines dissected by Tomas Myers.
Several of the lines span from top to toe and all the lines together balance the body in standing and in motion. The myofascial kinetic lines are a brilliant tool to understand mechanisms of compensation, motion, posture and treatment of the locomotion system in the dogs.
Elbrønd V. S. and Schultz, R. M. (2015). Myofascia – the unexplored tissue: Myofascial kinetic lines in horses, a model for describing locomotion using comparative dissection studies derived from human lines. Med. Res. Arch. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18103/mra.v0i3.125
Vibeke Sødring Elbrønd graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Copenhagen and has a PhD in Anatomy and Physiology. She is an Associate Professor in Anatomy and Biochemistry at the Department of Veterinary and Animal Science. In 2008 she completed an education in Veterinary Chiropractic and since then her research has been biomechanics / functional anatomy with focus on fasciae and functionality and integrity of fasciae. She has been lecturing at several conferences, courses, educations and workshops in this topic. In 2007 she was certified by IVCA and in 2017 by IVAS. In these years she is following classes in normalization techniques in animals using manual indirect and osteopathic based techniques. Besides the University she runs a small practice where she treats the locomotion system of dogs and horses using manual therapies such as chiropractic, indirect normalization techniques, myofascia release as well as laser and acupuncture treatments.
Tove Due graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Copenhagen in the year 1990. She worked in a mixed praxis with all types of patients for 10 years. In 1994 she certified in acupuncture at the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society and the following period the great interest for acupuncture expanded and supplemented conventional medicine as offend as possible, until she started on her own in 2000 with only complementary medicine, primarily acupuncture. In 2001 she took International Acupuncture training in Nanjing, China. In 2002 she completed education in IKC International Kinesiology. Touch for health instructor and after that in 2003 osteopathy by the International School of Equine Osteopathy by Pascal Evrard.
Human certification in Classical Chinese acupuncture was completed in 2008 and in 2016 she certified in veterinary homeopathy
During the last 5 years she developed and tested her own acupuncture system to treat myofascial kinetic lines in horses and dogs, highly inspired and promoted by Rikke M. Schultz and Vibeke Sødring Elbrønd.