740The thoracic spine is often difficult to stabilize because it is subject to forces from above and below. For this reason, we recommend that students learn to treat the cervical spine and lower back first in order to remove these forces that will impact the status of the middle back. However, the thoracic spine ultimately has to be addressed for the complete wellness of the client, and in this course, the student will learn how to remove long scoliotic curves or sidebends, how to correct restrictions affecting one joint between two vertebrae, how to remove restrictions from the ribs, and how to perform the soft-tissue work to complement the MET corrections.

Course Information

  • 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

The Cervical Spine Program and The Lower Back Program #1

  • Assessing and Treating Thoracic Sidebends
  • Assessing and Treating Rib Restrictions
  • Assessing and Treating Dysfunctions of the Thoracic Vertebra
  • Working the Erector Spinae Muscles

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Venue is negotiable. We can organize a venue for classes outside of Northern California: for more information, Contact Us. To view our local venue, Click Here.

Graduates are awarded one continuing-education credit per hour which can be applied to license renewals. Our courses are recognized as continuing-education post-graduate courses for practicing therapists.

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