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Sønderborg, Denmark


May 6-8, 2022


For further information and to register please contact Anne Schulz. Her email is



From: $450.00 / month for 3 months


Learn more about this course by visiting the course homepage!

About This Course

This 3 day course – An introduction to the Integrated Systems Model and the thorax and pelvis – will take place in beautiful Sonderborg, Denmark a short 35 minute flight from Copenhagen, at the clinic of Anne Schultz, an ISM Series graduate.

Who can attend

This course is open to physiotherapists or manual medicine practitioners and is the ‘coles notes’ version of Part 1 of the ISM Series. If you would like to know more about ISM and whether this evidence-informed, clinical reasoning approach is for you, this is the the course to take!

Your registration includes a nutritious morning coffee break and a catered lunch as well as a small fee that provides you with many lectures and support videos online ( that will continue to support you as long as you maintain your account.


Anne Schulz Physical Therapy
Stenager 2
6400 Sønderborg, Denmark

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Payment Type

Single Payment, 3 Installments


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Online Classroom Prep Included

This is a combination online and in-class course. In order to make the most effective use of our time together in person, online materials are included to help you prepare for the class and (in some cases) for support/review after. This online material will remain accessible as long as you maintain an account with Learn with Diane Lee. Please read the prep material carefully before class.


  1. Pelvis/Thorax


    An excellent review of the currently available literature with clinical interpretation and integration. Diane’s clinical expertise and knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics and scientific research really ties together findings in the whole person to improve relevant functional tasks.


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