This practical hands-on seminar focuses on an in-depth exploration of applied anatomy, kinesiology, and biomechanical with key underlying themes of tissue specific identification, injury-based movement modification, and use of evidence-based best practices.
The primary focus will be identification and correction options for common injuries as they can be applied in both functional movements/poses and general clinical practice.
We review muscles, ligaments, joints, fascia and learn how compensation in one region can affect or cause imbalances in other regions and focus on the identification of prime movers, synergists, antagonists ‘nerve flossing’ and reciprocal inhibition/contract relax techniques as they apply to various poses and patient stretching techniques.
REGISTRATION OPTIONS: Attend in person or join live online.
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