Instructor: Kelly Clancy, OTR/L, CHT
This online course was created for the manual or movement therapist who is following the latest research about fascia, movement, and rehabilitation. In this exciting new webinar you will learn the latest scientific research related to clinical practice in areas of fascia, mechanoreception, and force transmission as it relates to movement retraining and rehabilitation. This course is for the movement or manual therapist who is interested in following and implementing the latest understanding about connective tissue and its relationship with movement, pain, proprioception and posture. This material will help inform you and your clients on why your treatments are effective and how this information may assist you in modifying your understanding of why certain treatment techniques may be effective. Inform and modify your interventions based on the fast paced newest understanding of connective tissue, nocioception, proprioception, and movement.
As an Occupational Therapist, Certified Hand therapist, Structural Medicine Specialist, and Bowenwork Practitioner, Kelly uses her skills as a manual therapist and ergonomist to address the postural components that can contribute to pain and dysfunction. Along with treating the structural issues that may be present, Kelly also assesses ergonomics, stress and nutritional factors, and their impact on the body’s regulatory systems. She founded the Seattle Center for Structural Medicine, which houses multi-disciplinary holistic practitioners who practice whole mind/body strategies to rehabilitate their clients back to optimal health. She is also the founder of the Northwest School of Structural Therapy and has developed the Tensegrity Medicine™ methodology. She teaches nationally and internationally lecturing on topics related to Tensegrity, fascia and therapeutic assessment and treatment strategies.