In this two day class you’ll learn principles and skills taught in my Integrative Myofascial Series. Assessment and clinical reasoning skills help you determine where to treat, a skill that is vital to clinical efficiency and effectiveness. The treatment techniques I teach on this course and the Series are derived from my background in Structural Integration, Massage Therapy and Visceral Manipulation. You’ll leave with new techniques that you can apply immediately and a sample of a framework that will help you grow as a clinician.
“Coming out of the course I feel that I can apply my knowledge right away into my practice.”
– Steph H RMT
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Pain and dysfunction in the spinal column are the most common reasons clients seek treatment. A healthy spine allows fluid and easy movement in all planes; however spinal dysfunction is an all too common clinical finding. Imbalances, injury or poor movement patterns can create restrictions and fibrosis that compromise freedom and function in the spine.
- Understand the current state of connective tissue research, this is a missing piece for many clinician’s understanding of soft tissue.
- Explore the architecture of the spine and the implications this has for function.
- Learn simple tests to quickly narrow down the best treatment approach.
- Learn effective techniques to restore tissue mechanics and free the spine.
- Understand how treatment of the spine fits into an integrative approach to treatment of the whole person.