Technique Sports Course - Advanced

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AED 1,450

09:00 am To 05:00 pm
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In the Advanced Ergon® course, trainees who have already completed the Basic Ergon® seminar are given the opportunity to further expand their knowledge and practice of therapeutic approaches to various pathologies and injuries. The primary aim of this advanced seminar is to train participants in the use of Advanced Ergon® sport techniques in functional conditions and movements. Also, this seminar will highlight the functional assessment of various anatomic structures as well as the treatment of specific fascial points at myofascial meridians.

ERGON® Technique is an innovative development of older IASTM approaches (GUA SHA, GRASTON technique, SMART TOOLS technique, Tools assisted massage technique etc.) and is based on the myofascial meridians theory as first described by Thomas Myers.

The ERGON® Soft Tissue Techniques are applied on specific points of tissue restrictions and fascial adhesions along the fascial meridians; when these are released, functionality improves within a few treatment sessions

The Ergon Technique relies on unique clinical equipment called ERGON Tools.

Ergon Tools applied with special ERGON Technique can:

a)detect and release –loosen scar tissues, adhesions and fascial stiffness,

b) increase local perfusion, and

c) decrease muscle tone and myofascial pain.

The ERGON ® Technique techniques are applied in specific points of soft tissue adhesions which, upon release, improve the functionality of the area of the body, in the space of merely a few sessions.

The therapeutic effect of ERGON® Technique is sustained for many days afterwards, and when combined with other treatment techniques (stretching and neuromuscular control exercises techniques) can even become permanent.

This particular technique allows ERGON®-certified Therapists to

  1. assess with precision myofascial areas of high sensitivity, and
  2. restore biomechanical function of joints by dissolving adhesions, regaining normal myofascial rolling and reducing muscle spasm and pain.


Learning Objectives of the ERGON - IASTM Sports Course - (Advanced)                                             

  • Development of assessment skills for soft tissue dysfunctions
  • Introduction of movement patterns combined with Basic and Advanced Ergon® strokes,
  • Discussion between trainees on the subject of particular patient cases where they applied Ergon® IASTM techniques in the period past the completion of the Advanced ERGON course,
  • Integration of exercises with resistance, stretching and neuromuscular control exercises, with simultaneous use of instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization techniques,
  • Integration of techniques combined with other means of physiotherapy (Bosu trainer®, TRX, balance disc, etc.) During the functional stage of rehabilitation,
  • Discussion of selected case studies featuring application of IASTM techniques,
  • Discussion of recent findings of worldwide literature on IASTM techniques. the human body (Physiotherapy and other Health Science students)




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  • Lunch
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Pavlos Aggelopoulos

Clinical Physiotherapist – Soft Tissue Specialist

International Course"s Director

Master Instructor of Ergon IASTM Technique

Pavlos Angelopoulos is specialized in Sports and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation and Ergon IASTM techniques.

Pavlos Angelopoulos completed his Bachelor Science degree of Physiotherapy in Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece. His Bachelor Thesis was associated with therapeutic techniques for Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness and it earned the Award for…

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