Online Course Introduction to IASTM Tools – 30 mins

Online Course Introduction to IASTM Tools – 30 mins

This course provides an introduction to using IASTM tools to treat scars and adhesions from a fascia-focused perspective. Learn how to safely use tools to increase mobility and reduce pain. Gain insight into the evidence behind this modality.

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This course, taught by Dr. Robert Schleip, provides a comprehensive introduction to using IASTM tools to treat scars and adhesions from a fascia perspective. During the course, Dr. Schleip will use his vast knowledge and experience to explain the scientific evidence behind the use of IASTM tools, and how they can be used to effectively treat scars and adhesions. He will also provide hands-on demonstrations and practical tips for using the tools and techniques, as well as provide guidance for when and how to use them. Through this course, participants will gain an understanding of the physiological changes that occur with scar and adhesion development, and how to use IASTM tools to help improve patient outcomes. This course is perfect for physiotherapists, manual therapists, and massage therapists who are looking to expand their knowledge and skills in this area.

How to view the course

After purchasing this online course you will receive a voucher code in your order confirmation that you can use to gain access to the course on our online learning platform.

Course Curriculum

Video 1. Introduction to tool usage 00:03:46
Video 2. Achilles’ tendon and heel pad 00:11:31
Video 3: Work with FASCIQ bar tool 00:03:17
Video 4: Septum release work with hooks 00:03:51
Adheremeter assessment
Video 5. Adheremeter Assessment – Basic 00:08:47
Video 6. Adheremeter Assessment – Modified 00:03:31