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Webinar: Adhesion Management For Body-workers

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In this webinar, practitioners will learn how to evaluate and treat adhesions with the use of two effective techniques.

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In this webinar Alyssa will cover:

• Definition, types and major causes of adhesions .

• Adhesions involving skin, muscle, fascia and the peritoneal cavity.

• Simple techniques to evaluate adhesions .

• An introduction to two techniques to treat restrictions associated with adhesions: connective tissue mobilization and visceral mobilization.

By the conclusion of the webinar, attendees, guided by their scope of practice, will be able to:

• Explain to their patients what adhesions are, what causes them and how they may impact their movement and function .

• Screen their patients for likelihood of adhesions .

• Understand the proposed impact of abdominal/peritoneal adhesions on visceral function .

• Apply a method to discern the likely impact of the patient’s adhesions on their presenting problem .

• Teach their patients techniques to mobilise their own adhesions .

• Understand how to seek specific training in visceral mobilisation .


Alyssa Tait qualified as a physiotherapist in 1998, working for several years in the Queensland public hospital system focusing on women’s health and completing postgraduate studies in continence and pelvic floor rehabilitation in 2002. She completed her first nutrition qualification in 2005 (Grad Dip Health Sci – Nutrition Medicine) followed by Advanced Diplomas in Naturopathy and Herbal Medicine and a Master of Science – Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine .

Alyssa has worked in her private practice Equilibria Physiotherapy & Nutrition since 2004, blending the best of physiotherapy and manual therapies along with nutritional and naturopathic approaches in the treatment of patients with persistent pelvic pain, pelvic floor dysfunction and gut dysfunction.

She has a particular interest in adhesions, chronic pain and the gut and urogenital microbiomes. Alyssa has presented on bowel-related topics and chronic pelvic pain for the International Urogynaecology Association, the Australian Physiotherapy Association and more.

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Where: Online

CPE: 1.5 CPE points

How to access the webinar: A link to access the webinar will be sent to your email shortly before the event begins.

Webinar Recording: Registering for this live event will also give you access to the webinar recording. Webinar recordings can be watched at any time.

ATMS Cancellation Policy: Bookings cancelled with less than 7 days notice before the event date will not be entitled to a refund or credit.

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