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#7459 Trigger Point Release Fast ‘n Easy: Easing Tension & Pain with User-Friendly Tools

People present with numerous painful, tense areas of consistent muscle tension that limit their mobility and function.  Poor posture, faulty habits, traumas and strains to the neuromuscular system contributes to those reactive tight ropy bands of abnormal muscle contraction known as trigger points (TPs) TPs contribute to neck pain, headaches, back pain and activity limitation or functional disability.  Neurological inhibition or facilitation related to TPs is frequently correlated with mobility limitations, strength deficits, and pain.  The cause of TPs is often overlooked, or simply not addressed, as therapists try to compress them away, only to find they return right after the session. Learn what defines a trigger point, what it represents in the neuromotor system, how to assess and document TPs, and how to use a variety of techniques to manage them for more successful clinical outcomes (happy clients who become raving fans!). 

Course instruction method includes: Lecture, videos, demonstration, and question/answers.


Instructor:Theresa A. Schmidt, DPT,MS,OCS,LMT,CEAS,CHY,DD


Live Webinar Dates and Times:

#7459 on Wednesday, October 23, 2024 from 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM ET


Self Study Will Be Available on October 24th, 2024

#7459 Trigger Point Release Fast ‘n Easy: Easing Tension & Pain with User-Friend

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