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International Conference Fascia at Sea  ‘Where science meets manual medicine’

On January 17 and 18, 2020, Panta Rhei is organizing an international conference at the Kurhaus in Scheveningen. The two-day congress contains a very extensive program with speakers from home and abroad. This congress offers you the opportunity to follow a varied program at this top location.

Register before 1 July 2019 and receive a 10% discount on your participation

Friday January 17th 2020

08.15- 08.45 hour Welcome

08.45 -09.00 hour René Zweedijk DO
Chairman of the day

09.00- 09.45 hour Jaap van der Wal PhD MD 
On the origin of fascia – The fascial system as the organization of the Inner tissue (Mesenchyme) providing Connectivity and Mobility, Tensegrity and Integrity

09.45-10.30 hour Prof.Winfried Neuhuber PhD
Innervation of the  fascial system

10.30-11.00 hour Break

11.00-11.45 hour Francesco Cerritelli MSc DO
Fascia, interoception, brain connective networks and touch

11.45-12.30 hour Prof. Emeritus P. Huijing
Experimental result of force transmission between muscle and bone and other tissues 

12.30-13.30 hour Lunchbreak  

13.30-14.15 hour Andrea Pasini PT
Visceral fascia

14.15-15.00 hour Peter Friedl PhD
Extra cellular matrix as a transportion system

15.00-15.15 hour Break

15.15-16.00 hour Dr. Heike Jäger 
Fascinating aspects of mechanical triggers in our body – from molecules to organs

16.00-16.45 hour Robert Schleip PhD
Manual treatment of the fascial systems. What do we know?

16.45-17.30 hour Joeri Calsius PhD DO
“The myofascial body as blueprint in trauma. What do we learn from a psychological perspective?”

17.30-18.30 hour networking while enjoying drinks and snacks

 

Saturday, Januar 18, 2020 

08.45 -09.00 hour Peter Schwind PhD
Chairman of the day 

09.00- 09.30 hour Sander Kales DO MSc
The myo dural connection at the cranial base 

09.30-10.00 hour A Neurosurgeon from Dr. Royo-Salvador’s team
Filum Terminale

10.00-10.30 hour Dr.rer. Nat. Heike Jäger 
The fascia system and the TMJ

10.30-11.00 hour Break

11.00-11.30 hour Jaap van der Wal PhD MD
The architecture of the connective tissue in the posture and locomotion system as an often overlooked functional parameter as to organization of proprioception – island of compression in a sea of tensile elements 

11.30-12.00 hour Kurt Mosetter MD
Myofascial system in professional football 

12.00-12.30 hour Jan Wilke MA
What is the evidence of myofascial lines 

12.30-13.30 Lunchbreak

13.30-14.15 hour Prof Winfried Neuhuber PhD
The venous system and the fascial system. Silver Bullet?

14.15-14.45 hour Georg Harrer DO MD
The skin and the panniculus, forgotten fascia?

14.45-15.15 hour Susan Chapelle ( Canada) 
Scar Tissue in the abdomen

15.15-15.45 hour Break 

15.45-16.15 hour Alain A. Abehsera DO MD
Fascia, Still or Little John, matter or wave?  

16.15-16.45 hour Terence Dowling DO MD
The psoas muscle and tissue memory

17.00 hour The end 

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