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Part 1: The Clinical Significance of Alpha-Gamma Coactivation and Gamma Gain

Part 1: The Clinical Significance of Alpha-Gamma Coactivation and Gamma Gain

by Michael Stanborough

Presentation Description

This is Part 1of a 2-part series by Michael examining the clinical significance of alpha-gamma coactivation and gamma gain.  The presentation gives an in-depth exploration of the physiology of muscles, muscle spindles and fascia.  Michael discussed alpha-gamma coactivation, gamma gain and the theory of strain counterstrain, relating them to the clinical setting.

About Michael Stanborough

Academic Education

  • Bachelor of Arts, Professional Writing,  Vermont College, Vermont
  • Master of Arts, Communication, Victoria University, Melbourne
  • Graduate Diploma Education, La Trobe University, Melbourne
  • Cert IV TAE

Somatic Education

  • Boulder School of Massage, Colorado
  • Rolf Institute, foundational and advanced training, Rolfing Movement Training
  • Cranial sacral therapy, visceral manipulation, Somatics, Peter Levine Trauma Resolution via Rolfing

Other Details

  • Director of SI Australia, teaching the structural integration approaches of Dr Rolf
  • Have been an instructor for the Rolf Institute
  • Taught paediatric myofascial release (MFR) in classes at hospitals, clinics and universities all over the USA 
  • Currently teach courses in MFR in Australia as well as in Japan, Ethiopia, USA, Canada, Singapore, New Zealand, South Korea, Puerto Rico
  • Author of Direct Release Myofascial Technique: An Illustrated Guide for Practitioners (Churchill Livingstone, 2010)

Professional Development Points (CPD / PDP):

This webinar will account for 1 point(s) for the following associations:

  • Myothreapy Association
  • Osteopathy Australia

Certification: A completion certificate will be available to download upon successfully passing a 5 multiple answer questionnaire in your Members Area.

Webinar details

07 Feb, 2020
Recording (Online streaming and download)
65 minutes
Myothreapy Association Osteopathy Australia
1 Point (MAA, OA)
Notes available to download
Via successful questionnaire submission