Advanced Clinical Techniques For Pelvis, Hip, Neck, and Shoulder Dysfunction
This course is awaiting NCBTMB approval, if approved will be a 16 CE course.
Course Description: Advanced clinical approach using orthopedic and manual techniques for alleviating pain and dysfunction in the pelvis, hip, neck, and shoulder regions.
This course is designed to provide massage therapists with an in-depth knowledge and advanced clinical techniques for treating the pelvis, hip, neck and shoulder regions. Understanding the intricacies of these areas are crucial for providing effective therapeutic clinical massage and helping clients to alleviate pain and discomfort through orthopedic/manual therapy. This course covers anatomy and biomechanics of the pelvis, hip, neck, and shoulder regions along with assessment, and hands-on techniques to offer your clients a clinical approach to treat pain and dysfunction.
This is a 2-day course that runs 8am - 5pm with a 1-hour lunch break both days. Materials provided.
This course requires 1 table for every 2 people, and loose-fitting clothing such as a tank top and shorts. If you are able to bring a table, that would be great!