Payrau B. Fasciatherapy and just what does that mean ? The standpoint of 3 french experts (1).

Payrau B. Hegel Vol. 9 N° 1 – 2019; 32-35. DOI : 10.4267/2042/69862 Abstract : Fasciatherapies, like any medicated treatment, have to satisfy a number of requirements in order to earn a place within healthcare and its many existing treatments. Evidence that it is both innocuous and efficient must be collected. Subsequently it needs to beLire la suite « Payrau B. Fasciatherapy and just what does that mean ? The standpoint of 3 french experts (1). »

Impacts of fasciatherapy on the development of perceptual and relational abilities on a sample of physiotherapists.

Courraud C, Lieutaud A, Bois D. Poster ICEPS congress 2019 – NPI (Non-Pharmacological Interventions) within integrative, préventive, complementary and personalized medicine. March 28-30 2019 – Montpellier (France) Abstract: The qualities of therapeutic relationships (tissue listening, attention, empathy) and the treatment modalities (type of touch and patient management) are essential aspects of the therapy. Fasciatherapy isLire la suite « Impacts of fasciatherapy on the development of perceptual and relational abilities on a sample of physiotherapists. »

Impact of DBM fasciatherapy on the arterial flow in anterior and posteior tibial arteries of patients with type II diabetes.

Ropert S, Van Wallendael A, Courraud C. Poster ICEPS congress 2019 – NPI (Non-Pharmacological Interventions) within integrative, préventive, complementary and personalized medicine. March 2019, 28-30 – Montpellier (France) Abstract: Type 2 diabetes is a pathology which can involve vascular complications. The fascial system optimizes bodily functions including the vascular system. DBM Fasciatherapy’s action on theLire la suite « Impact of DBM fasciatherapy on the arterial flow in anterior and posteior tibial arteries of patients with type II diabetes. »

DBM fasciatherapy for low back pain.

Dupuis C, Bertrand I et Courraud C. Oral communication at the ICEPS Congress 2019 – NPI (Non-Pharmacological Interventions) within integrative, préventive, complementary and personalized medicine. March 28-30 2019 – Montpellier (France) Abstract : Evidence Based Practice is an approach to optimize decision-making. It has three principles: the research evidence, clinical expertise, and client preference. DBM FasciatherapyLire la suite « DBM fasciatherapy for low back pain. »

Practice of DBM fasciatherapy for law back pain

Dupuis C, Bertrand I, Courraud C. Poster presented during the 10th Congrès Mondial Interdisciplinaire sur la lombalgie et la douleur pelvienne – October 28-31 2019 – Anvers (Belgium) Abstract : Introduction : Low Back Pain (LBP) is a common disorder and a worldwide cause of disability. There are 4 phases: acute (aLBP), sub-chronic (scLBP), chronicLire la suite « Practice of DBM fasciatherapy for law back pain »

Endometriosis, pain and fasciatherapy: a survey among 127 practitioners.

Dupuis C, Bertrand I, Courraud C. Congress poster ICEPS 2020 : « Preventing and healing pain with Non-Pharmacological Interventions.». November 24-25, 2020 – Toulouse (France) Abstract : This survey was conducted amongst 127 fasciatherapy practitioners in order to investigate their experience with endometriosis. In this online questionnaire, a certain number of questions discussed pain. As for theLire la suite « Endometriosis, pain and fasciatherapy: a survey among 127 practitioners. »

Relevance of fasciatherapy for pain management in physiotherapy from the experience of practitioners.

Courraud C, Lieutaud A, Bois D. Oral communication,Poster ICEPS congress 2020 : « Preventing and healing pain with non-pharmacological interventions ». November 24-25, 2020 – Toulouse (France)   Abstract : Introduction : Manual therapies play an important role in the peripheral and the central modulation of pain. Fasciatherapy is a manual therapy which targets its actionsLire la suite « Relevance of fasciatherapy for pain management in physiotherapy from the experience of practitioners. »