La Técnica ΕRGON ® es un enfoque terapéutico innovador que combina la manipulación estática y dinámica del tejido blando del cuerpo con un equipo clínico especial para tratar las patologías neuromusculares.
10-11/02/2018 | Basic ERGON IASTM Technique SEMINAR/ PAVIA-ITALY
3-4/03/2018 | BASIC ERGON IASTM Technique SEMINAR/ Thessaloniki
24-25/03/2018 | BASIC ERGON ® IASTM Technique SEMINAR/ LONDON
08-09/06/2018 BASIC ERGON IASTM Technique Seminar/ BRUSSELS- BELGIUM
Seminario BÁSICO ERGON® (FM1)
El objetivo principal del seminario BÁSICO ERGON® (FM1) es proporcionar la formación teórica y práctica de los participantes en las técnicas innovadoras asistidas con instrumental ERGON® para el tratamiento del tejido blando. La mayor parte del Seminario se centra en la aplicación guiada de las técnicas ERGON® en todas las estructuras anatómicas (basándose en los meridianos fasciales del cuerpo) y de todas la lesiones musculo-esqueléticas más comunes.
Seminario Avanzado Ergon® (FM2)
En el Seminario Avanzado Ergon® (FM2 – IASTM.GR), los participantes que ya hayan completado el seminario Básico Ergon® tienen la oportunidad de ampliar su conocimiento y práctica de los enfoques terapéuticos de varias patologías y lesiones musculo-esqueléticas.
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Through the soft tissue techniques of ERGON® TECHNIQUE, the therapist will gain the ability to effectively
- Evaluar las potenciales disfunciones fasciales,
- Enfocarse, de manera terapéutica, en áreas que no son de fácil acceso para los dedos,
- Intervenir en tejido rígido,
- Restaurar el rango de movimiento de las articulaciones en tan sólo unas cuantas sesiones de tratamiento,
- Producir inflamaciones específicas y controladas para los casos de lesiones por sobrecarga (tendinopatías – lesiones por sobrecarga),
- Acelerar la curación del tejido al activar los fibroblastos,
- Tratar la mayoría de las lesiones musculo-esqueléticas y deportivas,
- Aplicar técnicas de rehabilitación funcionales,
- Aplicar técnicas combinadas (TÉCNICA ERGON ® y fisioterapia)
ERGON TECHNIQUE ... La elección de los campeones.
TÉCNICA ERGON ®
..is an important treatment approach for the rehabilitation of major sports injuries, considering that, with the use of clinical instruments, the physiotherapist will be able to
- Mobilize swellings – hematomas
- Improve blood and lymphatic circulation
- Align fibers which are in a process of healing
- Apply transverse friction massage to tendon disorders
- Reduce muscle tone and spasm
- Accelerate healing
- Increase joint range of motion in postoperative situations
Release soft tissue adhesions with ergon technique
During the subacute phase of the injury, following the removal of swelling-hematoma and commencement of tissue reattachment and scar tissue accumulation, instrument-assisted massage plays a crucial role in proper rehabilitation. The application of linear and transverse manipulations, with clinical tools placed in parallel and vertically to the direction of the normal arrangement of fibers in the injured anatomical area, creates a tendency for linear reattachment, and also decreases the accumulation of scar tissue and the creation of adhesions.
The alignment and decrease in the percentage of stiff connective tissue in the area of injury (especially if it concerns muscle tissue) will lessen the loss of functionality (elasticity and strength) associated with the presence of adhesions, while it will also simultaneously decreases the risk of regression of injury.The specialized use of clinical tools can “dissolve” fibrous accumulations, which can obstruct the flow of interstitial fluid due to their clogging of microscopic pores in the fascia, and thus restore the circulation of interstitial fluid.
These significant effects of IASTM Technique in tissue rehabilitation, as outlined in the above sections, have been supported by reports from researches conducted on animals, which were artificially subjected to muscle strains and subsequently received, in a randomized trial, massage as basic treatment. Muscles that had received special massage presented normal microscopic images, in comparison to muscles that weren’t treated with massage; they also presented histological adjustments such as a) myofibrillar disorganization, b) significant accumulation of connective – scar tissue, c) residual contusion, d) increased number of nuclei in the connective tissue, and e) enlargement of blood vessels, accompanied by thickening of their walls.
Furthermore, Ergon® Technique can also restart the proper rehabilitation of a musculoskeletal injury due to overuse, which is characterized by histological degeneration, thickening and neovascularization (tendon disorders, tendinitises, scar tissue adhesions) through a controlled reinjury of the area and subsequent therapeutic intervention, aiming at a) decreasing the scar accumulation, and b) increasing elasticity – functionality of the injured area.
“As a health and fitness professional, I believe that IASTM is a great tool to have especially if you deal with athletes. What makes Ergon Technique unique is that, Ergon work alongside with Universities, clinical centers and also professional sports clubs. The Ergon tools are designed based on modern ergonomic approaches which makes me eager to put my hands on it”.Muhammad Sufi
“The Ergon technique and Tools have helped me very much in treating elite athletes considering that in professional sports the demands are high while time is limited. In Olympic Games, where theres no sufficient time for proper rehabilitation, Ergon Tools are the best option for the athletes rehabilitation. “Nikolaos Koulopoulos
“Ergon Seminar-a fully clinical educational weekend on musculoskeletal – athletic physiotherapy!! Interactive moments of discussion and therapy took place among honorable colleagues enriching constructively the two-days course!!!”Charis Anastasiou
“I was very satisfied from the Ergon IASTM Seminar. It was admittedly an amazing course. Amazing transmissibility of a method that opens new horizons. I obtained knowledge in order to be able to start immediately the application of the technique to my patients. I whole heartedly recommend this to my colleagues and I am certain that in a few years we will all be speaking aout and dealing with fascia as well as the benefits of soft tissue mobilization.”Maria Kazamia