17 CE hours The Practical Movement – Upper Extremities seminar teaches movements to address the muscles that attach to the shoulders, arms, wrists and hands. Learn how to teach your clients individual movements, along with the basic theory and practice to best apply them.
Overview of Practical Movement, including how and why it works and the different applications for movement.
How to best incorporate the movements into your practice to release muscles, retrain the neuromuscular system, reinforce your hands-on work, and restore functional movement.
How to teach the movements to your clients and motivate them to use the movements for self care.
Anatomy-specific movements to address postural imbalances of the upper extremities.
Movements that reinforce your soft tissue work, leading to better results.
Movements that target specific postural imbalances by targeting specific muscles.
Movements that access the muscles from different points of initiation.
When to use each movement and how it impacts the musculature.
Common pathologies of the upper extremities (CRPS, RMD, DeQuervain Tenosynovitis, Trigger Finger, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Cubital Tunnel Syndrome, Radial Tunnel Syndrome and others).
Ergonomic and self-care tips that help you and your clients recover from upper extremity issues.
A detailed student guide loaded with photographs, notes and reference materials.
Cross-referenced indexes make it easy to choose movements specific for the musculature.