Discover the transformative protocol that liberates entrapped nerves, bringing relief and vitality to your body. Nerve Flossing is a revolutionary technique designed to release nerves adhered to surrounding structures, offering a path to freedom from numbness and tingling.

Course Highlights:

  1. Adhesion Breakthrough: Learn how Nerve Flossing targets nerves that have become stuck to surrounding tissues.
  2. Dual Direction Movement: Delve into nerve tensioning, a technique that involves moving both distal and proximal ends in opposite directions, creating a profound separation.
  3. Improved Functionality: Embrace enhanced nerve function, allowing for smoother and more comfortable movements.
  4. Traction Magic: Explore the impact of gentle traction on nerves during movement, unraveling symptoms and restoring sensation.

Course Outcomes:

Upon completion of this fourteen-hour Nerve Flossing course, you will gain expertise in:

  • Uncovering the essential requirements crucial for the effective implementation of nerve flossing, establishing a solid foundation for success.
  • Defining the intricate patterns of nerve distribution, guiding precise and targeted flossing techniques for optimal outcomes.
  • Gaining a comprehensive understanding of assessment protocols tailored to the nerves covered in this course, facilitating nuanced diagnostics.
  • Articulating a diverse range of pertinent assessment and flossing techniques, providing a comprehensive toolkit for practical application.
  • Describing and clarifying contraindications associated with both assessment and treatment protocols, ensuring a cautious and judicious approach.

Embark on a journey of mastery, where these refined and nuanced aspects of nerve flossing elevate your practice to new heights.

Who should attend?

This course is suitable for Massage Therapists, Physiotherapists or students, Chiropractors or students, Manual Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Athletic therapists, Myotherapists, Kinesiologists, and 2nd Year Massage Therapy students who have completed Pathology.

Copyright Policy:

All the material in this course is proprietary and protected by Canadian copyright laws. Using or distributing any part of the content, including paraphrasing or altered versions, requires explicit consent from Seminars for Health. Legal action may be taken against any illegal distributions or presentations.

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