Study of the identity changes of a group of physiotherapists who practice DBM fasciatherapy.

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Article publié le 18 juin 2020

published in Journal of bodywork and movement therapies

by Dr. Courraud Christian, Anne Lieutaud, Dr. Danis Bois

ABSTRACT ONLY| VOLUME 22, ISSUE 4P867-868, OCTOBER 01, 2018

 

Introduction:

Regarding the opportunity for physiotherapists to integrate knowledge about fascia within their clinical practice and to develop a new perspective about somatic disorders (Kwong & Findley 2014), we hypothesize that physiotherapists practising DBM Fasciatherapy may have made professional adjustments, and in particular identity shifts (Courraud 2012; Courraud et al 2018). This research investigates the existence of identity changes amongst French physiotherapists who practise Fasciatherapy. A quantitative survey was conducted amongst a population of practitioners, with a view to: (1) Identify the impacts of the changes resulting from Fasciatherapy practice; (2) Exploring and characterizing the existence of various identity profiles.

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