Great Academic Resources
A great library of excellent tools to bolster your anatomical knowledge.
Anatomy TV ( Subscription needed )
Primal pictures created a ground breaking platform of animated images and videos that encapture movement and dynamic anatomical learning. Used throughout the academic network, it is a great investment for any discerning practitioner.
Tom Myers is a world renowned figurehead for moving anatomical learning into an entirely new era. The sands are shifting so fast with this learning tool it has fantastic speed and energy. In a medical world where regional anatomy and localized treatment has been the accepted norm, Tom has consistently moved the boundaries and encompassed great language and writing skills with new anatomical perspectives.
Gi Hedley combines compassion, knowledge, theology, humour and a seeking mind into furthering our understanding of anatomy and our human experience.
His dissection courses allow us all to explore the human form in a unique and “ whole “ way. Gil’s courses are one of the most mind expanding and humble experiences of the learning journey.
Fascia Freedom Fighters is 100% in service of helping people to reduce or eliminate pain, normalize range of motion, and embrace their body’s full potential by returning it to the happy, fully functional, happy state that is it’s birthright.
They are on a mission to help people move through their “stuff” to be awesome ! They fully understand the connection between our mind’s ability to hold the status quo and use movement and education to help people into a new tomorrow.
The Fascia Research Group , is part of the Division of Neurophysiology, of Ulm University, Germany. In close collaboration with other international research groups devoted to the rapidly developing field of fascia research, we attempt to explore the biomechanical, sensorial and physiological properties of the body wide fascial network in the human body. Tissues included (in our understanding of the fascial network) encompass aponeuroses, intramuscular connective tissues, tendons, ligaments, joint capsules, septi, retinaculae, in addition to dense irregular connective tissue sheets (‘proper fasciae’) such as the nucheal fascia or plantar fascia.
Fascia has become the main focus of therapeutic understanding in the last 10 years. It is important to understand that this approach is a focused approach that has been massively adopted by therapy as an explanation for pain. It is exciting and developmental , a compass to be used alongside all of anatomical training.
The Northern Integrative Health Practice (NIHP) has clinics in Alnwick, Newcastle & Durham. Here you have found a unique space in which all aspects of your health and well-being are catered for under one roof. Our aim is to help you experience the best quality of life possible by reducing pain, increasing movement, improving sports performance and experiencing peace of mind.
Leon Chaitow ND, DO graduated from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1960. Since 1983 he has been a visiting lecturer at numerous chiropractic, physiotherapy, osteopathic, naturopathic and massage schools in Europe, USA, Canada, Australia. He was the first naturopath/osteopath appointed as a consultant by UK government to a medical practice (1993 – 2010). He is author/editor of over 70 books and is the founding Editor-in-Chief of peer-reviewed (and now Medline indexed) Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies (Elsevier). He retired from his position as a Senior Lecturer, at the University of Westminster, in 2004, after 11 years as a module leader in Therapeutic Bodywork and Naturopathy. He was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the University in November 2005, in recognition of “services to Complementary and Osteopathic medicine”. He lives and works in London and Corfu, Greece – with his adored wife of 42 years, Alkmini.