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Biomechanical approach

Therapeutic suction cups: fundamentals and connective tissues

Suction cups are very versatile therapeutic tools. To take advantage of this versatility, this course introduces the therapist to various techniques that will perform on the superficial and deep fascia, as well as on their myofascial and connective structures to loosen restrictions, thus favoring normalization. Since suction cups also have a significant impact on the lymphatic and circulatory systems, a drainage protocol, which combines this great tool with manual work, will be demonstrated.

Specifications

  • Montreal
  • French
  • $ 420 + $ 10 for course notes
  • Equivalency of 30 hours

Course objectives

  • To know the different types of suction cups, the way to use them safely with optimal hygiene.
  • To master the fundamental techniques of applying therapeutic suction cups.
  • To integrate the techniques and knowledge learned within the framework of the usual massage therapy professional practice.
  • To acquire the ability to interact effectively with the connective and scar tissue, as well as with myofascial structures of the body, and perform tissue relaxation using therapeutic suction cups.
  • To acquire the ability to interact effectively with the lymphatic system and promote drainage of the latter through manual work and the use of therapeutic suction cups.
  • To effectively communicate knowledge and understanding of the physiological impacts of the application of therapeutic suction cups, as well as their benefits and contraindications.

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