3-Day Course (21 Contact hours) Clinic (4 hours) PDF Manual Included Future Updates to Manual Future access to Video Content for Review
Our Frozen Shoulder program has been developed over four decades of treating this insidious and extremely painful condition. It involves the understanding of the underlying patterns that cause a frozen shoulder in the first place and the reasons why a soft tissue approach alone may not be enough to solve the problem. The student will learn the three aspects of a frozen shoulder that must be addressed in order to unlock it permanently, namely, how to correct the identified thoracic outlet syndromes, how to release the glenohumeral and acromioclavicular joints, and how to return rounded shoulders to the correct postural position. Manual included.
Practicing Licensed Massage Therapist
Practicing Physical Therapist
Practicing Pain Treatment Specialist
Practicing Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse
Practicing Trainer or Sports Therapist
Students of these disciplines looking for post-graduate courses
Basic Anatomy and Physiology, Basic Kinesiology. Considered to be a post-graduate course for practicing therapists.
Assessing and Treating Shoulder Entrapments
Assessing and Treating Lower Cervical and Upper Thoracic Sidebends
Assessing and Treating Upper Rib Restrictions
Assessing and Treating the Acromioclavicular Joint
Stretching the three sections of the Pectoralis Major
Treating Shoulder Labral Tears
Instruction and hands-on practice for a total of 3 days of 7 hours each
Total Contact Hours awarded will be 21 hours
Last day of the course will either include 1 or 2 sessions of Clinical practice with clients
Graduates are awarded one continuing-education contact credit per hour which can be applied to license renewals in many states. Our courses are recognized as continuing education post-graduate courses for practicing therapists.
This online training course is $450.00
What You'll Learn
1 Welcome, Background, History
2 Introduction to Muscle Energy Technique
3 Lesson 1: Identifying and Correcting Entrapments of the Shoulder