What is a Neurofascialogy Practitioner?


Why become a Neurofascialogy Practitioner ? A ​Neurofascialogy practitioner is a therapist who specializes in musculoskeletal disorders but also has several strings to their bow in order to better meet the needs of clients.

He is a person who is committed to preserving and transmitting ancestral knowledge, while having an open mind to the latest medical discoveries.


    In order to offer a range of additional tools and skills to therapists, the idea was to implement ancestral osteopathy techniques treatments with everything that works in other therapies! Thus the people who consult you benefit from a global management avoiding them to have to turn to other therapists when their pathology is out of your field of action…

    1. ANCESTRAL OSTEOPATHY: joint, tendon, ligament and major nerve treatment

    It is after several years of experience in office, treating hundreds of patients, that complementary, more precise and efficient gestures became obvious. The idea then came to make the students of the Academy benefit from it, because the profession is being lost and serious schools based on the generational teaching of yesteryear are becoming rare.

    Strongly inspired by ancestral methods medical science has made it possible to better understand the gestures and to refine them. As a result improved protocols have emerged simplified with new movements added. A major evolution also comes from the fact that there is no longer any abruptness as was the case before.

    When you know where, how and what pressure to apply with your hands on the human body, you don’t need to press hard to be effective!

    Thus at the heart of all training courses this neurofascialogy training brings an innovative vision.

    You will learn how to interact on the whole nervous system through the joints, tendons, ligaments and muscles, allowing a significant acceleration of the treatments. Vibration and oxygenation of the nerves remain the main objectives but the key is to work on them both from a distance AND locally.

    2. TRIGGER- POINT THERAPY: treatment of muscular pathologies

    Generally speaking, these are contractions, trigger points, or myofacial points, which form on certain parts of the muscles, called muscle fibres.

    These contractions cause inflammation and therefore pain. As the muscle is unable to repair itself optimally, nodules persist and eventually create myofascial dysfunction syndromes.

    This can manifest itself, for example, by a significant reduction in mobility, such as a frozen shoulder.

    There are three types of trigger points:

    • Local points that are sensitive to palpation but only at the point of contact
    • Distant points that cause pain on another part of the body, such as a point on the trapezium that hurts the temple
    • Satellite points are points in direct relationship with local points or remote sub-points
    • Latent points that are trigger points but are deactivated and for which no pain is felt

    The course teaches you how to accurately distinguish between them and how to bring real relief to those who suffer from them. If left untreated they can become so severe that they can end up on disability insurance.

    3. FASCIAS THERAPY: treatment of fibroelastic membranes of the anatomical structure

    Fascia Therapy acts on all the structures of the body where fascias are found such as ligaments, tendons, bones, joints, muscles, heart, arteries, etc… These are thin membranes that surround our entire body and communicate with each other.

    Their functions are to accompany the mobility of the body as a whole by interacting via the nervous flow and the neuroendocrine system. Due to their global union, if fascias are affected by a dysfunction it will automatically affect other parts of the body and also affect mental functions.

    The memories of our psycho-emotional (traumas such as bereavement, breakdowns, etc…) and physical (fractures, illnesses, etc…) experiences remain imprisoned in the fascias and over time generate other pathologies that unbalance the general homeostasis.

    The Practitioner will be able to detect and correct this invisible activity via a precise assessment that will analyse the lack of mobility or the origins of musculoskeletal pain.

    4. POSTURAL CORRECTIONS: a treatment that combines stretching and mobilization

    Derived from several therapies that we have grouped together, it has been possible to incorporate these techniques in order to increase the effectiveness of the treatments.

    The mobilizations allow effective postural corrections that last over time. This tool allows the correction of weaknesses or a bad distribution of strength at the muscular and tendon level.

    Particularly effective for the elimination of blockages and various tensions accumulated over the years as a result of physical shocks, repetitive movements, bad posture and emotional shocks.

    Postural corrections will prevent the pathology from reappearing by correcting, for example, an imbalance of the pelvis which with time may affect the knees, ankles, shoulders and finally the whole body in its functioning.

    ORGANIZATION OF THE COURSES: Neurofascialogy Distance Learning Course


    Because we all live in a system where you have to run all the time or distances are sometimes too far, we have opted for a tailor-made teaching based on an online course.

    The students can organize themselves according to their availability because they have in their possession an online student space with high definition videos, anatomy, homework to complete and tests to pass.

    This system is unique and allows a success rate of more than 97% in exams, compared to 74% with traditional teaching methods.


    Open to beginners and to people who have not yet followed osteopathy training, it is also the ideal addition if you are already a Practitioner in Manual Therapy.

    In order to be admitted, you will need to:

    • To be comfortable in english or french, both orally and in writing
    • Being altruistic and empathetic in nature
    • Be punctual at appointments
    • Have 5 hours per week to dedicate to training
    • Have a desktop or laptop or tablet and a webcam



    At the end of your training, you will have to pass a theoretical and practical exam to certify your professional knowledge and skills.

    You will be awarded a certificate as a Neurofascialogy Practitioner and you will be able to work in a practice all over Europe and USA.

    You will thus be able to help people suffering in particular from :

    • Headaches, migraine, torticollis, trigeminal pain, Arnold’s nerve block, occipital pain
    • Herniated discs, subsidence of vertebrae
    • Sciatica, neuralgia, scoliosis, kyphosis, lordosis, Bekhterev’s disease, spondylitis
    • Tendinitis, ligament pain, tennis elbow
    • Balance of the pelvis, the atlas
    • Painful hips before and after surgery
    • Glued carpal tunnels and/or tingling in the hands
    • Osteoarthritis of the knee, frozen shoulder, sprain, distortion



    You don’t have a diploma in therapy yet, but the passion has been awakened in you? You think it’s time to do something else with your life?

    A rewarding activity for you and for the people you will help? Or do you want to add new skills to be even more effective?