Training Date: June 09, 2024


Professor David Lesondak

Fascia and the Web That Has No Weaver


David Lesondak, BCSI, ATSI,FST, is an Allied Health Member in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC). He is the Senior Structural Integrator and Myofascial Specialist at UPMC’s Center for Integrative Medicine. David is the author of Fascia: What it is and Why it Matters. His follow up, as editor, Fascia, Function, and Medical Applications was nominated for a 2021 British Medical Association award. His podcast, BodyTalk with David Lesondak, is listened to in 50 countries. David was an invited speaker at the 2020 NIH Conference on Myofascial Pain.

Course Info:

Like an orchestra conductor, fascia organizes the symphony of movement and communication within our body. A responsive, dynamic network, fascia provides structural support, transmits mechanical forces and is crucial to many physiological processes including cellular communication and transport. It is also our richest sensory organ.


Once the groundwork of basic fascia science has been laid down, this lecture will highlight research involving acupuncture and the collagen network (the fascial system by any other name). will be highlighted; as well as the connections between the fascial system and the meridians. A rationale for fascia being the conveyor of qi will be discussed.


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