In this seminar you will be taught the following sections:
- You will be taught about the ways to treat the problems that occur from chondromalacia and Baker’s cyst.
In 1877 Baker noticed the existence of synovial fluid cysts in the popliteal cavity, which received his name. The popliteal cyst occurs on the posterior internal surface of the knee between the internal head of the gastrocnemius and the tendon of the semimembranosus muscle (insertion). In essence, it is a synovial fluid that escapes from the pouch and cannot return to the joint.
All seminars include theory and practice.
In addition, during the educational seminars all students are provided with a written list of all the techniques they perform the specific time period.