Level 1: IASTM Fundamentals - Manchester, Physiquipe Clinic, Thursday, 10. October 2019

Physiquipe are delighted to invite you to HawkGrips Level I: IASTM Fundamentals. Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation is an increasingly popular technique used by many therapists around the world.

This 8 hour course (inc. post exam) covers the basic skills necessary to safely begin IASTM techniques. In this course, participants will receive hands on instruction in the proper use of IASTM through a lab focused teaching format. The course will address proper instrument selection to address body contours and reach target tissues. Prior to the live course, attendees will participate in an online course covering the research and fundamentals of IASTM technique through narrated videos. The course includes watching two videos and taking a short quiz. At the end of the course, attendees will take a 1-hour exam for a certification in Level I: IASTM Fundamental.
What are the benefits of IASTM?

Quicker detection of restrictions in soft tissue
Quicker and easier to break up tissue densities
Helps reduce and heal scar tissue
Easier on therapists hands
Improving patient outcome whilst reducing clinical treatment time

Who is this for?

Occupational Therapist
Sports Therapist

The target audience is limited to those who have achieved, or are a student in their final year working towards one or more of the following credentials: Chiropractor, Occupational Therapist, Osteopath, Physiotherapist, Podiatrist, Sports Rehabilitator, Sports Therapist.
Key Topics

Theoretical background of IASTM as a concept
Introduce tools and basic tool selection
Practical application of treatment techniques
Case study examples

What you will gain

CPD hours
HawkGrip Practitioner Certification
Techniques to implement in your daily practice

Thursday, 10. October 2019, Physiquipe Clinic, Level 1: IASTM Fundamentals - Manchester

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