Anatomy Trains is a useful guide for movement therapists, physiotherapists, osteopaths, massage therapists and sports written by Thomas W. Myers. Myers is highly qualified in manual therapeutic techniques and practised it for more than 30 years in different parts of the world. At present, he is the director of Kinesis, a company which provides professional certifications in myofascial release and structural integration therapy and continued licensure education.
Anatomy Trains gives a clear understanding of the human muscular-skeletal system and the relationship of the muscles with the fascial network. According to Myers, the muscles and the fascial network are linked to one another. The fascial networking in an embryo starts at the same time when the bones, organs, and muscles begin to develop. This causes the development of a single continuous myofascial network. As a result, after the birth, any injury or accident that causes damage to the myofascial network ultimately causes disorder and ailments in the entire body.
Anatomy Trains concept therefore adopts a holistic approach to treat any disorders related to movement, posture, and over-all body work. It says that while searching for slings and tensional lines, movement therapists must trace the muscle and fascial lines and grains instead of just focussing on the solitary muscle.
The concept of the Anatomy Trains is used by movement therapists around the world for offering a complete and comprehensive natural treatment to their patients suffering from any disorder or ailment related to the connective tissues and muscles, such as pain in hands, wrist, shoulders, neck, and upper back.
Some of the treatments and trainings that utilise this revolutionary concept are Myofascial Kinesiology Taping, Myofascial Training, osteopathic myofascial release and balancing techniques and sport osteopathy. Myofascial therapies for instance work to release the painful and tight myofascial structures including trigger points that might be causing pain and discomfort in other parts of the myofascial structure. Pain in hands might be a result of myofascial tension in chest, shoulders, or neck. In myofascial taping, new and unique techniques are used to naturally relieve the pain and heal the body effectively and permanently. Besides the effective treatment of musculoskeletal pain and disorders the Myofascial Kinesiology Taping techniques of the Physio Training Academy can now cure and kill pain for carpal tunnel syndrome, impingement syndromes, migraine and even tinnitus immediately after one therapy session just by taping whereas the original kinesiology taping method was not able to.
The effects of our unique taping techniques have been proven in master and bachelor studies to get objective scientific evidence as well.
If you are planning to be a professional therapist and wish to specialise in Myofascial taping or kinesiology taping, you may visit physiotrainingacademy.co.uk. The website offers therapeutic trainings and courses that combine Anatomy Trains concept for regulating fascia and muscle tension for astonishing and long lasting results for stability, mobility, and dynamic body movements. Here you get high quality practical courses with manuals and certificates for your CPD.