In recent years, orthopaedic surgeons, rheumatologists, osteopaths, physiatrists, chiropractors, physiotherapists, and other researchers are acknowledging that many complaints of the locomotor apparatus originate from the fascia. Nevertheless, there is still limited knowledge of the anatomy of the fascia. This book will help all those engaged in learning the method of Fascial Manipulation ® to obtain satisfactory results in their clinical practice, as well as to better understand the anatomical substratum of the superficial, deep and epimysial fascia. In order to manipulate the fascia it is essential to know the exact location of the points, to perform the movement examinations correctly and to position the patient appropriately for each treatment. The purpose of Fascial Manipulation®, Practical Part is to provide practical indications to facilitate the treatment of the fascia. It describes the topographical location of all the points, the respective movement tests and the modality of treatment for each point.