Instructor: Molly Allison, M.S., OTR/L, CHT, SMS
In partnership with the Silver Ring Splint Company, this hands-on class is intended to improve your skill level with evaluating and fitting for Silver Ring Splints. In this course, learn Silver Ring Splint Company's pearls of wisdom presented by Molly Allison. Discover tricks and tips for optimal fitting. Gain a clearer understanding of the purpose of the different splints and select the splint that is diagnosis appropriate. This course will include Nutritional Impacts and Myofascial evaluation and treatment to help learn why arthritis deformation occurs and how to slow the process. Learn how fascial realignment can relieve arthritis pain. Several samples of the rings will be available for trial, compliments of the SR Splint Company. Experience the 3 new Stabile Thumb Splints offered by Silver Ring Splint Company and many other splint types.
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The Fascia Discovery Series
Join us for a Multidisciplinary Approach to Investigating the World of Fascia. Eight Sessions of Fascia Exploration:
First in the Series: The Core: Breathing and Balancing, Essential for Optimal Treatment Outcomes
Where: Orthopedics Clinic in Seattle
Molly Allison, M.S. OTR/L, CHT, SMS
Karen Sziel, M.S. OTR/L, CHT, PBP
Jen Wong, M.S. OTR/L, CHT, PBP
In this course, learn how facilitating will help with musculoskeletal pathologies. From Carpal tunnel, to rotator cuff, to knee pain. See how breathing, the center of our core, helps to improve a myriad of diagnoses.
Take one or all courses - jump in any time!
This series will definitely change how you practice medicine.
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Tom Myers wrote the widely-acclaimed Anatomy Trains (Elsevier 2001, 2009, 2014) and directs Kinesis, which offers hundreds of seminars per year worldwide for manual and movement professionals of all types. He studied with Ida Rolf, Moshe Feldenkrais, Buckminster Fuller, and has practiced integrative bodywork in a variety of cultural and clinical settings for 40 years. He has also produced over 15 DVDs and numerous webinars on visual assessment, Fascial Release Technique, and the applications of fascial research. Tom has contributed over 65 articles for trade magazines and journals. He lives, writes, and sails on the coast of Maine.
Molly Allison has practiced in the field of upper extremity orthopedics for 25 years. Her exploration of biomechanics, physics, kinesiology and anatomy of the upper limb gives a compelling view of evolution, fascia and function of the upper extremity. Molly’s Advanced Master’s thesis, a 1995 national study, investigated fascial restrictions and repetitive use injuries of the upper quadrant. Curiosity of cultural anthropology lead her to work in a Leprosy Hospital in Pokhara, Nepal. She holds nationally recognized specialty certification in Hand and Upper Extremity Therapy. She is intrigued with quality movement during function, the cornerstone of the Occupational Therapy profession and as a Structural Integrator, she endeavors to serve as a liason to the worlds of conventional and holistic medicine.