Massage: NeuroFascial Patterning: Assessing Movement
65.00
Video
Elective
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Most conditions that lead to musculoskeletal pain tend to be overuse syndromes. These overuse syndromes can be frustrating to both the patient and clinician. Many of these overuse syndromes develop because of poor and compensatory movement patterns. This course instructs 5 movement screens assessing the neuromyofascial network to identify compensatory patterns and areas of altered joint mechanics. Once the area of dysfunction has been identified, joint specific evaluation techniques are introduced to determine tissue specific impairments designed to guide future treatment.
 
Presented by HomeCEU
This course is a video, on-demand course.
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NeuroFascial Patterning: Assessing Movement

65.00
Most conditions that lead to musculoskeletal pain tend to be overuse syndromes. These overuse syndromes can be frustrating to both the patient and clinician. Many of these overuse syndromes develop because of poor and compensatory movement patterns. This course instructs 5 movement screens assessing the neuromyofascial network to identify compensatory patterns and areas of altered joint mechanics. Once the area of dysfunction has been identified, joint specific evaluation techniques are introduced to determine tissue specific impairments designed to guide future treatment.
 
Presented by HomeCEU
This course is a video, on-demand course.