Achieve noticeable relief from elbow, wrist and hand pain.
Advanced OM of the Forearm, wrist and hand: Sign up now for this individual course and save with the early admission price of $127, expires May 03, 2017. (Regular: $157).
Become CERTIFIED as an Advanced Orthopedic Massage Therapist and sign up now for the entire 8 course program. Save with the early admission price of $889, expires February 01, 2017. (Regular: $1256).
Details about this course!
How your clients can benefit from Advanced Orthopedic Massage (OM)?
This course will dramatically change your client’s progress and response to treatment.
Learn how to implement Orthopedic Massage in your regular practice and understand it in reference to pathologies.
Invest in YOURSELF and lengthen your career with improved body mechanics.
What is Advanced Orthopedic Massage?
Advanced Orthopedic Massage is based on the principle of massaging with respect to the musculature’s anatomy. You will be presented with concepts created by your instructor such as: muscle base, scooping and vector of force. Additionally, because the body is designed to move, a strong emphasis of this course is on moving the joints to produce the desired effect - a return to health. Enhance your skills to massage like an orthopaedic surgeon, with precision and results.
Specifics to this course
For this Advanced OM of forearm/wrist/hand course, you will learn how to precisely locate all origins and insertions of the muscles attaching on the elbow and wrist. You will learn how to apply OM (Orthopedic Massage) to the following muscles: Wrist flexors, extensors, pronator teres and supinator.
Credits per course
MTAA: 4 Primary
MTAS: 4 Primary (to be approved)
CMTBC: application for approval submitted
MTAM: 4 (primary)
Your instructor, Linda Hoppe is passionate about musculoskeletal anatomy and Advanced OM (Orthopedic Massage). Linda is devoted to helping students perfect techniques. She is your OM specialist and has been the senior instructor in Advanced OM and Treatment at MRU for more than 20 years.
What to bring to the seminar?
Large and small towels
Oil / Lotion / Gel