Connective Tissue: 'Its role in the management of complaints after Breast Cancer treatment' Level 1



To gain insight into how normal day to day function is changed by interface with the fascial and connective systems and subsequently explore new and integrated strategies as a tool to relieve the post surgical and radiotherapy trauma of breast cancer treatment


Learning Outcomes

  • Achieve a clear understanding of the histology and anatomy of the connective tissue and its role in normal musculoskeletal function
  • Attain knowledge of how this system is damaged during surgery and radiation therapy and ultimately the body’s postural responses to this trauma
  • Achieve a good knowledge of pain patterns associated with the above damage and subsequent repair
  • Gain proficiency in evaluation of the connective tissue/facial system
  • Enable formulation of individualised treatment strategies


Specialist Physiotherapists


3 day course with specialist lecturer

Course Tutor: Willem Fourie

Please note, places will not be allocated until after the closing date.  You will be notified of the outcome of your application via email.



Please note you will be informed in advance if there is a direct cost to you or your organisation for your attendance at this programme.

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