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Homeostasis Theory in Human Movement: Seeking Safety in Movement Dysfunction

by Emily Splichal, DPM, MS
April 2018

Audience:
TSAC Facilitators

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand how barefoot stimulation combined with proper breathing through fascial movement can be a driver to decreased movement dysfunction and perception of pain.
  2. Discover how chronic pain can be the result of imbalance in the autonomic nervous system and breathing control.
  3. Understand homeostasis theory as it relates to emotion, the autonomic nervous system, and human movement.
Audience:
TSAC Facilitators
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