Online Video Lectures

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Reading the Literature on Fascia: Bench to Bedside for the Clinician, May 23, 2018 Webinar

Webinar by Thomas Findley, MD, PhD

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Reading the Literature on Fascia: Bench to Bedside for the Clinician, August 30, 2018 Webinar

Webinar by Thomas Findley, MD, PhD

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CONNECT 2017 - Connective Tissues in Sports Medicine

Lectures at Ulm University, 2017 by Thomas Findley, Keith Baar, Wilhelm Bloch, Boris Hinz, Paul Hodge, Scott Wearing, Benno Nigg, Andry Vleeming, Michael Kjaer, Jan Wilkes, Adamantios Arampatzis, and Costis Maganaris

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Fascia Academy III - Fascia Summer School 2014

Lectures at Ulm University, 2014 by Robert Schleip, Andry Vleeming, Thomas Findley, Boris Hinz, Carla Stecco, Siegfried Mense, Henk Brils, Rainer Wirtz, Heike Jäger, Andre Farasyn, Werner Klingler, Nat Padhiar, and Scott Wearing

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CONNECT 2013 - Connective Tissues in Sports Medicine

Lectures at Ulm University, 2013 by Thomas Findley, Klaus Eder, and Jürgen Steinacker

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Fascia Research: 100 Years Since Andrew Taylor Still (VIEW PREVIEW)

Lecture by Thomas Findley, MD, PhD at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, November 28, 2012
OSTEOPATHY Research and Practice By A. T. STILL PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR (PDF)

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Fascia Academy II - Fascia Summer School 2012 (VIEW PREVIEW)

Lectures at Ulm University, 2012 by Jonas Tesarz and Jean-Claude Guimberteau

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Fascia Research Pioneers - Fascia Summer School 2010

Lectures at Ulm University, 2010 by Robert Schleip, Andry Vleeming, Thomas Findley, Werner Klingler, Helene Langevin, Serge Gracovetsky, Thomas Myers, Adjo Zorn, Hanno Steinke, and Daniele-Claude Martin

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Public Lectures

Fascia, What is it Good for? Absolutely Everything: Research, Educational, and Clinical Perspectives

Lectures at the American Association of Anatomy Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology, San Diego, CA, April 23, 2018
Chairs - Keely Cassidy (University of Nebraska Medical Center) & Rebecca Pratt (Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine)

1. Thomas Findley MD PhD (Professor of Physical Medicine, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School)
Clinical Aspects and Cellular Mechanisms of Fascia, their Interactions, and Importance in Medicine

Video recording courtesy Eric James Walsh Photo and Video Production.

2. Kara Schabacker (Licensed Massage Therapist/Myofascial Therapist)
Myofascial Pathologies, Their Treatment, and the Importance of Patient Education

Video recording courtesy Eric James Walsh Photo and Video Production.

3. Rebecca Pratt PhD (Professor of Anatomy, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine)
Educational Avenues to Promote Fascia Dialog in Medical Curricula

Video recording courtesy Eric James Walsh Photo and Video Production.

The "New Organ" in the News: Is It Real and What Does It Mean?

Lecture by Helene Langevin, MD, CM at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, April 3, 2018

Dr. Helene Langevin: The Science of Stretch

Helene Langevin, MD, CM interview with Stuart McNish from Simon Fraser University's Centre for Dialogue, produced by "Conversations That Matter", November 8, 2017

Link Between Manual Therapy, Movement, Fascia and Cancer

Lecture by Thomas Findley, MD, PhD at the fourth Fascia Research Congress Joint Conference on Fascia, Acupuncture and Oncology, Boston, MA, November 14, 2015

Alice in Wonderland: Getting Curioser & Curioser

Lecture by Robert Schleip, PhD at the third Fascia Research Congress, Vancouver, BC, March 28, 2012

Changes in Fascia Related to Repetitive Motion Disorders - Questions & Answers

Lecture by Mary F. Barbe, PhD, Keynote Speaker at the third Fascia Research Congress, Vancouver, BC, March 28, 2012

Fascial Anatomy Overview - Questions & Answers

Lecture by Carla Stecco, MD, Orthopedist, Keynote Speaker at the third Fascia Research Congress
Vancouver, BC, March 30, 2012