Are you incorporating proper and effective upper body work during your massage appointments? You can always enhance your skills and learn even more techniques to benefit your clients.
Integrated Manual Therapy and Orthopedic Massage have been found to help improve upper body conditions that cause pain and discomfort for clients.
Based on revolutionary clinical research, there are new techniques that will forever change the way massage therapists approach myofascial, trigger point, and tendon pain. These innovative structurally oriented routines, offer pain-free multi-modality methods for achieving immediate results from clinical conditions including rotator cuff injuries, shoulder impingement, bursitis, pectoralis minor strains, bicipital tendinosis, rhomboid pain, thoracic outlet, cervical sprains and strains, whiplash, atlas / axis & C1/C2 mobilization, facet joint dysfunctions, migraine headaches, bulging discs, medial and lateral epicondyle pain, De Quervain's tenosynovitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger, and joint arthritis.
Ground-breaking Frozen Shoulder and Hip Capsule Adhesion techniques are also effective.
Plan on attending the two-day Upper Body Work class on August 5 & 6, 2017. This dynamic interactive workshop includes a multimedia presentation, consisting of assessments, treatments, and client self-care for chronic pain and sports injuries, and can facilitate permanent results; even in the most complicated clinical conditions.
The class is being held at the Academy of Massage Therapy & Bodyworks and is presented by The Center for Pain Management along with James Waslaski, author and international lecturer.
Register via email, or by calling 800-643-5543.