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The Nervous System Part 1: Autonomics and Cranial Nerves

$1,250.00 inc GST

Oct 25 – 27, 2024

8:30am to 5:00pm


Room 611

Victoria University City Towers
370 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

17 in stock


FCS N1 The Nervous System Part 1: Autonomics and Cranial Nerves explores the newly discovered entity of neuro-fascial dysfunction focusing on the nerves of the cervicothoracic spine, upper extremities, and cranium. Counterstrain treatments can now correct dysfunction present in the peripheral nerves, cranial nerves, sympathetics, parasympathetics, and dural membranes (Falx Cerebri, Falx Cerebelli, Tentorium Cerebelli, and Diaphragma Sellae). Neuro-fascial dysfunction, identified by specific neural tender points, will cause a myriad of neurological and orthopaedic conditions including: peripheral neuropathies, impingement syndrome, carpal/cubital/radial tunnel syndromes, trigeminal neuralgia, disequilibrium, muscular weakness, all types of spinal pain, rigid muscle tone, nausea, CRPS/RSD, digestive dysfunction, frozen shoulder, headaches, fibromyalgia, and a myriad of other conditions.


  • Origin of neural SCS
  • Anatomy and physiology of the nervous system
  • Review the anatomy and physiology of the epineurium (neural fascia) and its nociceptive and mechanoreceptive properties
  • Understand how nocifensive and nociautonomic reflexes relate to neural fascia
  • Gain proficiency in over 85 newly-developed SCS techniques to correct neural-fascial dysfunction


  • Improve your understanding of neural anatomy as it relates to chronic pain syndromes
  • Learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of neural-fascial dysfunction in the body
  • Learn to properly diagnose and correct neural-fascial dysfunction in the cranial, peripheral, and autonomic nervous systems


FCS Foundation (Classic Jones Courses DO NOT fulfil the requirement)

Taught by:

  • Timothy Hodges (Founder of Counterstrain Academy)
  • Dr Syed Hussain (Osteopath)
  • Dr Adam Vounoridis (Osteopath)


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