ABMP is proud to announce

5 Day, Full-Body Dissection Course

This rare and unique five day dissection course will involve the use of fresh, frozen cadavers. The cadavers now exhibit a greater degree of flexibility and true colour retention compared to that of traditional formalin-fixed cadavers.

Delivered At

Ohio State University College of Medicine

Department of Biomedical Education & Anatomy

Course Content

This 5 day course is the first dissection course of its kind to be delivered in a medical training university in the United States.

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Overview

Expanding our understanding of human matter

This unique dissection course will involve the use of fresh, frozen cadavers, exhibiting a greater degree of flexibility and true colour retention, providing the foundation for our understanding of the continuity of the human form.

A special focus will be around the subject of Fascia Anatomy, continuity, connectiveness, and full-body kinetic relationships.

Explore how movement and form are exquisitely interrelated from conception and throughout life.

The course is delivered by clinical anatomists Dr Carla Stecco and John Sharkey, MSc, and pathologist Dr Neil Theise.

You will gain an understanding and appreciation for the current medical curriculum, while embracing a historical perspective concerning the current view of human anatomy and fascia within medicine.

Having established a foundation for a new anatomy and a new vision of human matter, you will be guided in your dissection and journey of self-discovery, revealing a rare view of the human form.

This course is unhurried, as we take five days dissecting fresh, frozen cadavers using bespoke approaches to reveal new territories for original research and future investigation.

Space is limited, and we anticipate the course will be fully booked. Early registration is strongly recommended.

The course is ideal for medically qualified professionals wishing to expand their knowledge of fascia anatomy, as well as manual and movement therapists of every stripe.

Fees

The fee for the Full Body Dissection Course is as follows.

INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATIONS
This is the pricing structure for individual bookings.

Places booked before April 10th 2020$2,700.00
Places booked after April 10th 2020 (If Available)$3,100.00

Individuals registering before April 10th 2020 can do so by paying a deposit of $565.00 with the balance of $2,135.00 due by 5pm on Friday April 10th 2020.

Bookings after April 10th 2020 can only be made by paying the full course fee of $3,100.00.


GROUP REGISTRATIONS
This is the pricing structure when booking for groups of five or more. To qualify for this pricing all bookings and payments must be made together.

Places booked before April 10th 2020$2,600.00 per person
Places booked after April 10th 2020$3,000.00 per person

Groups registering before April 10th 2020 can do so by paying a deposit of $565.00 per person with the balance of $2,035.00 per person due by 5pm on Friday April 20th 2020

Bookings after April 10th 2020 can only be made by paying the full group seminar fee of $3,000.00 per person.


ABMP / ANMPT MEMBER / FRS Member and JBMT SUBSCRIBER REGISTRATIONS
This is the pricing structure when booking for individuals who are members of the ABMP, ANMPT and Fascia Research Society or those who are subscribers to the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (JBMT):

$2,500.00

There is no deposit payment option. Only one of the above discounts apply to any individual and can not be applied cumulatively.

Online booking is carried out through PayPal with payment processed in US Dollars.

Please contact our office of administration on +353 (1) 8827777 if you require further information or wish to speak to John Sharkey before making your booking.

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Eligibility

This Full Body Dissection Course is ideal for medically qualified professionals wishing to expand their knowledge of fascia anatomy as well as manual and movement therapists of every stripe.

Schedule

This Full Body Dissection Course runs at Ohio State University on the following dates and times in 2020:

Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

The preliminary schedule, which may be subject to change is as follows:

November 16th 2020

8:30am – Registration
9:00am  – Introduction, Course Overview and Logistics
10:00am – General organization of the fasciae
11:00am –  Morning Tea/Coffee break
11:30am – The abdominal myofascial layers
1:00pm  – Lunch
2:30pm – The abdominal viscera
4:30pm – Reflections
5:00pm – Day ends

November 17th 2020

9:00am – The thorax
9:45am –  Lecture with Q&A
11:00am – Morning Tea/Coffee break
11:30am – Dissection of the thorax
1:00pm – Lunch
2:30pm – The visceral fasciae
3:30pm – Dissection of the thoracic cavity
5:00pm – Day ends

November 18th 2020

9:00am – Head and neck fasciae
9:45am –  Lecture with Q&A
11:00am – Morning Tea/Coffee brea
11:30am – Dissection of the neck
1:00pm – Lunch
2:30pm – Fasciae and nerves
3:00pm – Dissection of upper limb
5:00pm – Day ends

November 19th 2020

9:00am – The fasciae of the back
9:45am –  Lecture with Q&A
11:00am – Morning Tea/Coffee brea
11:30am – Dissection of the back
1:00pm – Lunch
2:30pm – Lecture with Q&A
4:00pm – Dissection of gluteal region
5:00pm – Day ends

November 20th 2020

9:00am – Fasciae of the inferior limb
10:30am – Lecture with Q&A
11:00am – Morning Tea/Coffee brea
11:30am – Dissection of the thigh and knee
1:00pm – Lunch
2:30pm – Dissection of the leg and feet
4:00pm – Final reflections and conclusion
5:00pm – Course ends

Expanding our understanding of human matter

OVERVIEW

This unique dissection course will involve the use of fresh, frozen cadavers, exhibiting a greater degree of flexibility and true colour retention, providing the foundation for our understanding of the continuity of the human form.

A special focus will be around the subject of Fascia Anatomy, continuity, connectiveness, and full-body kinetic relationships.

Explore how movement and form are exquisitely interrelated from conception and throughout life.

The course is delivered by clinical anatomists Dr Carla Stecco and John Sharkey, MSc, and pathologist Dr Neil Theise.

You will gain an understanding and appreciation for the current medical curriculum, while embracing a historical perspective concerning the current view of human anatomy and fascia within medicine.

Having established a foundation for a new anatomy and a new vision of human matter, you will be guided in your dissection and journey of self-discovery, revealing a rare view of the human form.

This course is unhurried, as we take five days dissecting fresh, frozen cadavers using bespoke approaches to reveal new territories for original research and future investigation.

Space is limited, and we anticipate the course will be fully booked. Early registration is strongly recommended.

The course is ideal for medically qualified professionals wishing to expand their knowledge of fascia anatomy, as well as manual and movement therapists of every stripe.

FEES

The fee for the Full Body Dissection Course is as follows.

INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATIONS
This is the pricing structure for individual bookings.

Places booked before April 10th 2020$2,700.00
Places booked after April 10th 2020 (If Available)$3,100.00

Individuals registering before April 10th 2020 can do so by paying a deposit of $565.00 with the balance of $2,135.00 due by 5pm on Friday April 10th 2020.

Bookings after April 10th 2020 can only be made by paying the full course fee of $3,100.00.


GROUP REGISTRATIONS
This is the pricing structure when booking for groups of five or more. To qualify for this pricing all bookings and payments must be made together.

Places booked before April 10th 2020$2,600.00 per person
Places booked after April 10th 2020$3,000.00 per person

Groups registering before April 10th 2020 can do so by paying a deposit of $565.00 per person with the balance of $2,035.00 per person due by 5pm on Friday April 20th 2020

Bookings after April 10th 2020 can only be made by paying the full group seminar fee of $3,000.00 per person.


ABMP / ANMPT MEMBER / FRS Member and JBMT SUBSCRIBER REGISTRATIONS
This is the pricing structure when booking for individuals who are members of the ABMP, ANMPT and Fascia Research Society or those who are subscribers to the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (JBMT):

$2,500.00

There is no deposit payment option. Only one of the above discounts apply to any individual and can not be applied cumulatively.

Online booking is carried out through PayPal with payment processed in US Dollars.

Please contact our office of administration on +353 (1) 8827777 if you require further information or wish to speak to John Sharkey before making your booking.

ELIGIBILITY

This Full Body Dissection Course is ideal for medically qualified professionals wishing to expand their knowledge of fascia anatomy as well as manual and movement therapists of every stripe.

SCHEDULE

This Full Body Dissection Course runs at Ohio State University on the following dates and times in 2020:

Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

The preliminary schedule, which may be subject to change is as follows:

November 16th 2020

8:30am – Registration
9:00am  – Introduction, Course Overview and Logistics
10:00am – General organization of the fasciae
11:00am –  Morning Tea/Coffee break
11:30am – The abdominal myofascial layers
1:00pm  – Lunch
2:30pm – The abdominal viscera
4:30pm – Reflections
5:00pm – Day ends

November 17th 2020

9:00am – The thorax
9:45am –  Lecture with Q&A
11:00am – Morning Tea/Coffee break
11:30am – Dissection of the thorax
1:00pm – Lunch
2:30pm – The visceral fasciae
3:30pm – Dissection of the thoracic cavity
5:00pm – Day ends

November 18th 2020

9:00am – Head and neck fasciae
9:45am –  Lecture with Q&A
11:00am – Morning Tea/Coffee brea
11:30am – Dissection of the neck
1:00pm – Lunch
2:30pm – Fasciae and nerves
3:00pm – Dissection of upper limb
5:00pm – Day ends

November 19th 2020

9:00am – The fasciae of the back
9:45am –  Lecture with Q&A
11:00am – Morning Tea/Coffee brea
11:30am – Dissection of the back
1:00pm – Lunch
2:30pm – Lecture with Q&A
4:00pm – Dissection of gluteal region
5:00pm – Day ends

November 20th 2020

9:00am – Fasciae of the inferior limb
10:30am – Lecture with Q&A
11:00am – Morning Tea/Coffee brea
11:30am – Dissection of the thigh and knee
1:00pm – Lunch
2:30pm – Dissection of the leg and feet
4:00pm – Final reflections and conclusion
5:00pm – Course ends

Schedule and Location

This course is delivered over 5 full days at the Department of Biomedical Education & Anatomy, College of Medicine, Ohio State University, USA.

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OHIO

Five Day Course

5 Days

November 16th 2020

Monday to Friday
9am to 5pm

Ohio State University
USA

Limited Availability

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Our Team

This unique educational course will be delivered by Dr. Carla Stecco, Dr. Neil Thiese, and John Sharkey, MSc.

John Sharkey, MSc

John Sharkey is an international educator, author and authority in the areas of Clinical Anatomy, Exercise Physiology, human movement and the manual treatment of chronic pain using European Neuromuscular Therapy. John is a graduate of the University of Dundee, University of Liverpool and University of Chester. He completed undergraduate and post-graduate studies in the areas of Exercise Physiology, Clinical Anatomy and holds a post-graduate certificate in education. He is currently a senior lecturer within the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Life Sciences, University of Chester/NTC, Dublin and is the programme leader of the Biotensegrity focused Thiel soft fix cadaver dissection courses department of anatomy and human identification, Dundee University, Scotland.

John has been delivering human anatomy dissection courses for many years teaching the geometry of anatomy and movement from the unique Biotensegrity-Anatomy for the 21st Century perspective. His presentations are respectful, dynamic, entertaining, educational and insightful.

John promotes his model of “Biotensegrity-Anatomy for the 21st century” integrating the pioneering work of his mentor Dr. Stephen Levin MD. John has been teaching European Neuromuscular Therapy using living anatomy and specialising in chronic pain conditions. He is recognised as one of the worlds leading authorities on fascia and Biotensegrity. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (JBMT), International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine and other professional journals.

Dissection Tutor

Dr Carla Stecco

Dr Carla Stecco is an Orthopedic Surgeon, Professor of Human Anatomy at the University of Padova. Member of the Italian Society of Anatomy and Histology as well as the European Association of Clinical Anatomy and the International Academy of Manual Musculoskeletal Medicine. Scientific activity devoted to the study of the anatomy of the human fasciae from a macroscopical, histological and physiopathological point of view.

Dissection Tutor

Dr. Neil Theise

Neil Theise, MD is senior author of the article “Structure and Distribution of an Unrecognized Interstitium in Human Tissues” recently published in the journal Scientific Reports. He is a diagnostic liver pathologist and adult stem cell researcher in New York City, where he is Professor of Pathology at New York University School of Medicine. His research revised understandings of human liver microanatomy which, in turn, led directly to identification of possible liver stem cell niches and the marrow-to-liver regeneration pathway. He is considered a pioneer of multi-organ adult stem cell plasticity and has published on that topic in Science, Nature, and Cell.

Subsequently, while continuing laboratory and clinical research, he has extended his work to areas of theoretical biology and complexity theory, defining a “post-modern biology.” These ideas suggest that alternate models of the body, other than Cell Doctrine, may be necessary to understand non-Western approaches to the body and health. Current laboratory investigations focus on nerve-stem cell interactions in human livers, melatonin-related physiology of human liver stem cell and regenerative processes, and aspects of human liver stem cell activation in acute, fulminant hepatic failure.

John Sharkey, MSc

John Sharkey is an international educator, author and authority in the areas of Clinical Anatomy, Exercise Physiology, human movement and the manual treatment of chronic pain using European Neuromuscular Therapy. John is a graduate of the University of Dundee, University of Liverpool and University of Chester. He completed undergraduate and post-graduate studies in the areas of Exercise Physiology, Clinical Anatomy and holds a post-graduate certificate in education. He is currently a senior lecturer within the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Life Sciences, University of Chester/NTC, Dublin and is the programme leader of the Biotensegrity focused Thiel soft fix cadaver dissection courses department of anatomy and human identification, Dundee University, Scotland.

John has been delivering human anatomy dissection courses for many years teaching the geometry of anatomy and movement from the unique Biotensegrity-Anatomy for the 21st Century perspective. His presentations are respectful, dynamic, entertaining, educational and insightful.

John promotes his model of “Biotensegrity-Anatomy for the 21st century” integrating the pioneering work of his mentor Dr. Stephen Levin MD. John has been teaching European Neuromuscular Therapy using living anatomy and specialising in chronic pain conditions. He is recognised as one of the worlds leading authorities on fascia and Biotensegrity. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (JBMT), International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine and other professional journals.

Dissection Tutor

Dr Carla Stecco

Dr Carla Stecco is an Orthopedic Surgeon, Professor of Human Anatomy at the University of Padova. Member of the Italian Society of Anatomy and Histology as well as the European Association of Clinical Anatomy and the International Academy of Manual Musculoskeletal Medicine. Scientific activity devoted to the study of the anatomy of the human fasciae from a macroscopical, histological and physiopathological point of view.

Dissection Tutor

Dr. Neil Theise

Neil Theise, MD is senior author of the article “Structure and Distribution of an Unrecognized Interstitium in Human Tissues” recently published in the journal Scientific Reports. He is a diagnostic liver pathologist and adult stem cell researcher in New York City, where he is Professor of Pathology at New York University School of Medicine. His research revised understandings of human liver microanatomy which, in turn, led directly to identification of possible liver stem cell niches and the marrow-to-liver regeneration pathway. He is considered a pioneer of multi-organ adult stem cell plasticity and has published on that topic in Science, Nature, and Cell.

Subsequently, while continuing laboratory and clinical research, he has extended his work to areas of theoretical biology and complexity theory, defining a “post-modern biology.” These ideas suggest that alternate models of the body, other than Cell Doctrine, may be necessary to understand non-Western approaches to the body and health. Current laboratory investigations focus on nerve-stem cell interactions in human livers, melatonin-related physiology of human liver stem cell and regenerative processes, and aspects of human liver stem cell activation in acute, fulminant hepatic failure.

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