The Spacial Relationship Between Musculoskeletal and Superficial Neurovascular Structures of the Shoulder Girdle Wet Lab 2022

7th Aug 2022
10:00AM - 1:00PM
Faculty of Health, University of Canberra
Faculty of Health, University of Canberra, Building 27 level D, Kirinari Street

Member: $115.00
Non Member: $130.00

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Massage & Myotherapy Australia and the University of Canberra have joined together to provide an Anatomy Wet Lab on the spacial relationship between musculoskeletal and superficial neurovascular structures of the shoulder girdle.

This course will focus on the identification of muscles crossing the shoulder/shoulder girdle and their points of attachment from the most superficial to the deepest layers in human cadavers. Regional neurovascular structures such as the brachial plexus and its branches, subclavian artery, and vein as well as superficial venous structures will also be identified. 

This is a rare opportunity for Therapists in ACT and one that should not be missed!

About the Lecturer: Daniel Tait
A Physiotherapist with a Masters in Human Anatomy. He works part-time as a clinician, sports physio and associate lecturer in anatomy and biomechanics at University of Canberra.



Places are limited to 25 participants, so don't delay in registration.

Please note: Strict professional and ethical guidelines MUST be adhered to in order to attend the lab. Total respect of the specimens is paramount. Pregnant females are advised not to attend the workshop. Participants must wear closed shoes and tie hair back. Photography, mobile phones, chewing gum and drink bottles are strictly prohibited.

If you are unsure what is involved in a wet lab, please contact the association prior to registration

Members are eligible to claim 10 CPE points upon successful completion.


**No catering provided/allowed**

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