Aloha, LMTs and Manual Therapists! Would you like to learn some fantastic treatments for your clients in pain, including 20 of the most common injuries you’re likely to see in a clinical environment, such as:
— Carpal Tunnel and “false Carpal Tunnel” symptoms
(not all wrist tingling is actually Carpal Tunnel syndrome — in fact there are many explanations— test your knowledge here)
(betting you know numerous people who have this issue, along with Heel Spurs, which often go with PF)
Symptoms of this injury can last a long time and feel quite debilitating! And did you know? Symptoms can extend far beyond the neck, even into the pelvis!)
— Sciatica and “False Sciatica” symptoms;
Anyone who has had symptoms will tell you, it’s a significant pain in the butt and leg. Literally. How can you tell which one you have? While you can start with this test to help distinguish the symptoms DISCLAIMER here — you’d want an actual diagnosis from your Physician.
Some causes of this painful condition include posture! By the way — sometimes breast augmentation and/or complications from breast augmentation can also lead to symptoms.
— Golfer’s Elbow and Tennis Elbow;
You don’t always get these symptoms from playing golf or tennis. It’s a type of tendinitis, with inflammation and pain, often from overuse.
Such a common issue for your Runners, Cyclists and anyone involved in Jumping type sports. Also, BE CAREFUL — there are many articles you can share with your clients, explaining how foam rolling on the IT Band can do more harm than good.
— how about TMJ Disorders?
Hello, clicky jaw. You might also experience ear pain.
Are you certified through NCBTMB and looking for Continuing Education credits for recertification? We’ve got 16 credits for you!
I’m beyond excited to bring you Secrets of Medical Myotherapy™ in Honolulu, Hawaii on: Saturday March 7th and Sunday, March 8th, 2020.
Tuition includes the 16 CE course, a full color manual, an optional credentialing exam at the end of class, and THE BIG BENEFIT — access to online technique videos after you complete the class, so that you can review as you like, on your own time.
This training transformed me and my therapeutic practice in both Pilates and Massage Therapy. And I have seen how treatments from this course have been helping my clients in pain. Right now I’m located at two places which allow me to use this therapy — East Oahu Physical Therapy in Aina Haina (Honolulu, Hawaii); and Kailua Pilates and Wellness Center, in my beautiful hometown. Stay tuned as I branch into other locations as well!
For more information on this course and how to register, and to send me messages if you have further questions please go directly to this website: https://www.lahelaseminars.com —
Registration will begin approximately 90 days before the start of the workshop. And if you register on or before 2/22/20, you will get the Early Bird Discount!