ERGON IASTM Basic
Ukratko o tečaju:
akon završenog tečaja moći ćete efikasno:
➡️ 1. Procjeniti potencijalne fascijalne disfunkcije
➡️ 2. U terapijskom smislu pristupiti područjima koja nisu lako dostupna prstima
➡️ 3. Intervenirati kod krutih tkiva
➡️ 4. Obnoviti opseg pokreta zgloba unutar nekoliko tretmana
➡️ 5. Uspješno djelovati na sindrome prenaprezanja
➡️ 6. Ubrzati cijeljene tkiva aktiviranjem fibroblasta
➡️ 7. Tretirati većinu mišićnokoštanih i sportskih ozljeda
➡️ 8. Primjeniti tehnike funkcionalne rehabilitacije
➡️ 9. Primjeniti kombinirane tehnike( ERGON®TECHNIQUE i kineziterapija)
The purpose of BASIC ERGON® (FM1) training seminar is to introduce specific ERGON techniques to Health Scientists/Physiotherapists and to train them in the basic application of ERGON TECHNIQUE® in the entire human body. In the framework of the BASIC ERGON® seminar, trainees will be taught basic techniques of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization, and there will afterwards be an extensive practical lesson on their specialized use in a) fascial meridians and areas of the body in general presenting findings indicating myofascial afflictions, and b) in the treatment (ERGON® treatment) of the most common musculoskeletal disorders. ERGON techniques are superior to other IASTM techniques, since they combine static and dynamic applications, aiming at the quicker recovery of the patient’s functional capacity.
The primary aim of BASIC ERGON® (FM1) seminar is the theoretical and practical education and training of participants in the innovative techniques of ERGON® Instrument-assisted soft tissue treatment. The largest part of the Seminar concerns the guided application of ERGON® techniques in all anatomical structures (based on the fascial meridians of the body) and for all common musculoskeletal injuries.
Candidates desiring to participate in BASIC ERGON® (FM1) training seminar are required to have:
a) Theoretical knowledge of the anatomy and kinesiology of the human body,
b) A Health Science bachelor of Science
Any prior experience in soft tissue mobilization techniques will be helpful for better understating the seminar.