The Nervous System of the Fluid Body

AT Still said "Blood builds all the brain, all the bone, nerves, muscles, glands, membranes, fascia and skin. Then we see wisdom just as much in the venous system, as in the arterial". 

How his words ring true as we discover more about the physiology of the blood vessels and the fluid body as a whole. The vascular endothelium is pivotal to the entire circulatory system, forming an intelligent, feeling, knowing interface between the circulating and tissue fluids.

This one day course will explore this whole body organ, its role in conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and dementia and how we can contact it to influence the health of our patients.


You must have successfully completed our Module 2 course (or equivalent training or experience) plus two other Pathway courses to book this course.

What will I need to bring?

You will need to bring your own plinth and any refreshments as food and drink is not included in the price. 

What are the course times?

This course begins at 9am and finishes at 5pm. 

How do I get there?

Please click here for full details of how to get to New Oriel Hall.
Paid parking is close by.

Prices & Dates

New Oriel Hall
4 November 2017 £70