- Origin of Visceral Counterstrain
- Overview of Visceral Anatomy
- Research regarding the sensory and contractile properties of fascia
- Clinical Applications of Visceral Counterstrain
- SCS techniques for the pleural dome, thoracic viscera, upper abdominal viscera, lower abdominal viscera, pelvic viscera, and associated fascial tissues
Contact Hours: 20Find Training for FCS VC
Counterstrain VC participants will learn approximately 65, newly developed techniques that alleviate abnormal soft tissue tension in the peritoneal cavity, pelvic cavity, thorax, visceral vascular system and associated fascia. These techniques will address viscerospasm, and hypertonicity of the visceral ligaments and vasculature which are responsible for many common complaints such as cervical pain, lumbar pain, sciatica, medio-scapular pain, and irritable bowel syndrome, gerd and more. Newly published research regarding the sensory and contractile properties of fascia and fascial proprioceptors will be reviewed as a physiological rationale.