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Orthopedic Massage of the Forearm, Wrist and Hand
|Tue||Oct 27, 2020||1:30pm – 5:30pm|
With the addition and dependency of electronic devices, everyone is in need of a therapeutic treatment.
Repetitive and overuse of electronic devices clearly affect everyone, even if they don’t know it. Muscle imbalances and premature wear-and-tear of the joints, possibly leading to nerve compression. Bring awareness to unknown potential conditions before it becomes problematic. This can be treated optimally with Orthopedic Massage. Orthopedic Massage Therapists excel at providing a specific protocol to best target the muscle belly, the tendon, and musculotendinous junction. Get results by providing uplifting and preventative care with OM techniques.
Who should take this massage therapy course?
Registered Massage Therapists
Massage Therapy students (second-year massage students once you have completed pathology)
Become an SFH Orthopedic Therapist by signing up for the series!
I attended the Oncology Soft Tissue Manipulation Level 2 course in March 2020. It is a course that every massage therapist should take as 1 in 2 people are diagnosed with cancer sometime in their life. I wanted to be certified because I want to be able to continue treating all my clients in the event that they have cancer and know when to refer out. The course gave me the confidence to treat clients and the knowledge of what further information I need to collect to best treat clients safely. I appreciate the opportunity to practice the health intake process. I have used the information that I have gained in the course already in practice. The course has made me a more rounded, better therapist. There are principles that I have incorporated within my regular, non-oncology clientele. My regular clients have stated that how much more relaxed they have felt. The instructor Shirley is very approachable and knowledgeable about the subject. She made the content easy to understand. I no longer feel intimidated to help clients who have or have had cancer. Thanks, SFH and Shirley!