12 Top Reasons for Becoming an Orthopedic Massage TherapistApril 11, 2019 1:03 pm
The successful SFH Orthopedic Approach for Massage Therapists.
Provide MUSCLE THERAPY – Be part of preventative and restorative care.
- Learn these principles: Muscle-Base, Vector of Force, Scooping, Body Mechanics, Glide & Friction, Compression vs. Penetration.
- Learn how structures react to pressure: Periosteum vs. Tendon vs. Muscle belly vs. Musculoskeletal junction.
- Make the most significant differences in each treatment with lasting results.
- Provide deep pressure with less effort. Excel at providing a specific protocol to best target the muscle belly, the tendon, and musculotendinous junction.
- Bring optimal recovery, eliminating extreme tension while maintaining stability.
- Provide lasting and permanent pain relief and create optimal function.
- Show clients their great results by providing a quick range of motion assessment that any clinic can incorporate.
- Gain essential anatomical knowledge and execution of targeted advanced techniques.
- Increase range of motion, flexibility, improve joint health, activity performance and slow down the aging process of joints. Be part of preventative and restorative care.
- Identify affected postural structures and perform accurate palpation with confidence.
- Reverse bad habits and preserve health and career with enhanced body mechanics.
- Learn muscle therapy to better serve your clients and provide corrective care expediting their recovery.
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