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Orthopedic Massage of the Forearm, Wrist and Hand

CAD199.00
Seminars for Health, CALGARY
Tue Oct 27, 2020 1:30pm – 5:30pm
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Instructor

Mike Horne
Mike Horne, RMT
Mike has been practicing massage therapy for 15 years, has been a Massage Therapy instructor since 2003; starting to teach at ICT Northumberland College in Halifax Nova Scotia as well as CCMH Halifax and Calgary campuses.

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)

Physiotherapists

Chiropractors

Manual Osteopaths


Become an SFH Orthopedic Therapist by signing up for the series!


Class times

Tue Oct 27, 2020 1:30pm – 5:30pm
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What to bring

  • 1 set of sheets
  • Pillow
  • 1 large and 2 small towels
  • Unscented Oil / Lotion / Gel

Credits

NHPC 5
RMTA 4
CRMTA 4
MTAA 4
MTAS 4
MTAM 4

Venue

Seminars for Health, CALGARY
6110, 34 ST SW
Calgary, Alberta T3E 5L6 Canada

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I really enjoyed Advanced Orthopedic Massage of the Forearm, Wrist, and Hand. Sometimes we don’t know how much we need treatment until we receive a massage. All therapist should take this course not only for the learning but also for the great massage exchange!

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