SCS VC – FOR THE VISCERA

$990.00 inc. GST

5 rating from 5 course reviews

 Lecturer  – Larry Ham

SCS 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.

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*IMPORTANT – Please do not register for this course unless you have previously purchased and attended either SCS1 or SCS2 or SCS-FI as this is a mandatory prerequisite!

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Learn more than 65 SCS techniques that alleviate abnormal soft tissue tension in the peritoneal cavity, pelvic cavity, thorax, visceral vascular system and associated fascia that contribute to pain elsewhere in the body.

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  1. roger2shirts (verified owner)

    Overall Course Rating 5
    Theoretical Content 5
    Practical Content 5
    Clinical Application 5
    Course Manuals 4
    Evidence Base 3

    Another outstanding course and superbly delivered by Larry Hams. Larry is a great chap, very funny, knowledgable and highly experienced. The only negative aspect being the appalling manual – it needs urgently revamping with either a sequence of photos with properly labelled arrows or supply a video. Likewise the spelling mistakes and inaccurate labelling.
    Otherwise the subject matter is amazing and will have a huge impact in my ability to have a therapeutic effect on my patients.

  2. kazcustance (verified owner)

    Overall Course Rating 5
    Theoretical Content 5
    Practical Content 5
    Clinical Application 5
    Course Manuals 5
    Evidence Base 5

    I enjoyed the course because it was very practically orientated and will make huge changes with my clients. The updated manuals were great apart from a few missing photos on the newly discovered points which I’m sure will be rectified by the next time it’s run.

  3. lorrainebriggs59@yahoo.com.au (verified owner)

    Overall Course Rating 5
    Theoretical Content 5
    Practical Content 5
    Clinical Application 5
    Course Manuals 4
    Evidence Base 5

    Another great course at JI Australasia, informative theory with demonstration and supervised labs. Enjoyable as usual.
    Lorraine Briggs Perth

  4. Teresab.physio@gmail.com (verified owner)

    Overall Course Rating 5
    Theoretical Content 5
    Practical Content 5
    Clinical Application 5
    Course Manuals 5
    Evidence Base 3

    An excellent course, practical and well presented. The course manual was very good with larger print and good photos. The evidence base rating is low due to the poor practical research component. There is no doubt the research is thorough on physiology and the role of fascia in our bodies. I am hoping soon the Jones Institute will run clinical trials. Strain counterstrain is an effective way of treating our clients and I am looking forward to integrating this new work. Teresa Beltrame Adelaide.

  5. Anthony (verified owner)

    Overall Course Rating 5
    Theoretical Content 5
    Practical Content 5
    Clinical Application 5
    Course Manuals 4
    Evidence Base 4

    Really enjoyed the SCSVC class with consolidation of assessment and techniques previously taught being highly valuable. Larry was fabulous as a presenter and the class size was great allowing easy access to Larry when assistance was needed. I do agree that a more updated manual would be helpful with all diagrams present but this is only a small knock on what was a great weekend of manual therapy education.

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