Dr. Antonio Stecco

DR. ANTONIO STECCO, MD, PhD who is a Clinical Instructor at Rusk Rehabilitation, New York University, a Specialist in Physical medicine and Rehabilitation, President of Fascial Manipulation Association and a member of the International Society of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (ISPRM).

Dr. Stecco’s scientific activity is devoted to the study the human fasciae from a macroscopically, histologically and physio-pathologically point of view. He has personally completed over 100 cadaver dissections for research. Since 2007 he has organised and personally held theoretical-practical courses about the Fascial Manipulation ®/STECCO® method in every continent around the world. He is the author of more than 40 papers about fascia. He is also the Co-Authors of three books and different chapters of international books published by Elsevier.

Francesco Pacenza, BSc

Francesco Pacenza holds a Bachelor of Science cum laude in Physiotherapy from the University of Udine and thanks to a scholarship he attended the 4th year at La Trobe University of Melbourne. In 2015 he participated in the Italian translation of Leon Chaitow’s book “Fascial Dysfunctions: Manual Therapy Approaches”.

In 2009 he started studying and practicing Fascial Manipulation, completing the 1st, 2nd and 3rd level courses, each level with different instructors, in order to improve his clinical and manual skills. He also completed several advanced workshops of 1st and 2nd level (2012, 2013), and 3rd level (2016) and the annual Fascial Manipulation conferences (2011-2016). He became a Teacher Assistant in 2013.

Along with several international teachers he held several Fascial Manipulation introductory workshops:

In 2015 he completed the first Certificate: Advanced course of muscle-fascial anatomical dissections with Prof. Carla Stecco (Padua University)

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