The iTHRUST TRAINING is founded in the 2019 by Dr. Giovanni Bonfanti DO. The focus of the courses is the learning for Continuing Professional Development in Manual Therapy for the Health Care professionals.
The Training Courses, in levels, are aimed to Medical Doctors, Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors and other health figures who want to improve their technique and dexterity. The hourly practical charge covers 80% of the courses, addressing the Osteopathic approach for Manual Therapy.
Theorical and practical course of Manual Therapy through manipulation techniques HVLA-T (High Velocity Low Ampliture - Thrust), better known as Thrust.
With the 1st Level will be possible start in an safe and easy way to manipulate with the HVLA Thrust techniques
Theorical and practical course of Advanced Manual Therapy for the assesments, clinical application and use of HVLA-T (High Velocity Low Ampliture - Thrust) manipulation techniques and myofascial advanced treatments in the most frequent problems faced in clinical practice
Manual Therapy Online Training Coruse by Dr. Giovanni Bonfanti D.O., where he teaches HVLA-T (High Velocity Low Amplitude Thrust) manipulation techniques, better known simply as Thrust. English language and delivery on a paid Streaming Distance Learning platform
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UPCOMING COURSE: MONZA - ITALY | 7-8-9 MAY 2021
ITHRUST ONLINE course is a Manual Therapy Online Training Coruse by Dr. Giovanni Bonfanti D.O., where he teaches HVLA-T (High Velocity Low Amplitude Thrust) manipulation techniques, better known simply as Thrust.
Subject of the course are osteopathic and chiropractic techniques revisited and / or adapted in daily clinical practice by the course teacher in order to make them simpler, more immediate, effective and easy to learn.
The course, in English, is divided into video-lessons in chapters, delivered on a paid Streaming Distance Learning platform. A total of 36 HVLA-T techniques are taught, of osteopathic and chiropractic derivation: direct, indirect, short and long lever.