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TMR LEVEL-1 September 19-20, 2020 : Live-Online Seminar

  • Board Restrictions note: Co-sponsored courses may not be eligible for CE in Tennessee; Credit calculations may vary for New Mexico approval
  • Event date: 9/19/2020 - 9/20/2020 Export event

    TMR LEVEL-1 September 19-20, 2020 : Live-Online Seminar
    * 16 credit hours
    * $595 
    Saturday @ 9 am to 6 pm
    Sunday @ 9 am to 4 pm
    Total Motion Release - Level 1 will teach & provide extensive lab time for the therapist to learn the foundation TMR concepts, the 5
    Steps to Freedom (a pain relief process), the single plane Fabulous 5 exercises, the multi-planar Wow & Wind Up exercises and the
    home exercise assessment called the Fly on the Wall.

     
     
    Emphasis will be placed on developing & enhancing:
    1. Patient-therapist communication skills to speed up assessment and accelerate patient learning
    2. Observation skills for verbal and physical cues that accelerate pain relief.
    3. Full body Awareness both in static positions and during motions for both patient and therapist.
    4. The correct assessment, measurement, routine for each TMR exercise.
    5. When to add alternate positions and how to progress safely.
    6. Positions for a variety of dysfunctions
    Upon completion of TMR – 1 the participant will understand the neuromuscular basis for Total Motion Release, know how to
    perform a full body assessment & treatment program and have learned the TMR documentation format for reimbursement. The
    attendee will have experienced a new understanding of how the body heals and will be able to use this knowledge effectively to
    perform TMR on their patients Monday morning. This is a workshop that the participant will be the patient and will experience their
    own pain relief and how to fix any future issues they may have elsewhere in their body. This is the same information they will be
    taking home and sharing with their patients. Attendees leave with a sense of empowerment and a renewed sense that they now can
    teach patients how to fix themselves – even the most difficult patients.

    Course Outline - 16 hours
    • Introductions & History of Total Motion Release
    • A demonstration of how TMR works on all Course Participants
    • The importance of Following the 5 Step Process
    • Self Awareness of Issues in static positioning & motion
    • Reviewing the Issue Scale
    • How to Effectively Test
    • How to Rank exercises into the greatest to least priority.
    • Learning the Fabulous 5 basic exercises – single plane movements
    • Knowing when to continue treating.
    • Home exercise program & how to effectively assess for understanding
    • Advancing into multi-planar motions – the Wow & the Wind Up
    • Documentation for reimbursement
    • Extensive Lab time treating self, partners and groups
    • If time permits – introduction into TMR Level 2 & Level 3

    Goals & Objectives
    • Understand the 3D mechanical basis (Turtle Guy) for Total Motion Release
    • Perform a full body TMR evaluation
    • Perform TMR treatment exercises for upper extremity, trunk and lower extremity dysfunction
    • Understand and be able to verbalize the 3D mechanical basis for TMR
    • Design & Assess home program using the TMR philosophy
     
    Detailed Total Motion Release Description
    Prerequisites: None
    16 Contact Hours

    Total Motion Release - Level 1 will teach & provide extensive lab time for the therapist to learn the foundation TMR concepts, the 5
    Steps to Freedom (a pain relief process), the single plane Fabulous 5 exercises, the multi-planar Wow & Wind Up exercises and the
    home exercise assessment called the Fly on the Wall.
     
    * Includes 12 lessons (Grades). Teaches the fundamentals of TMR & resetting a patients motion imbalances throughout the body and giving this skill to the patient.
    * The student will learn how to use the non-restricted directions of motion and non-injured joints & muscles of the body to speed up results up to 7 times faster than traditional therapy.
    * The student will also learn how to use the TMR concept with any technique they currently use.
    * With our Live online or home study seminars we use what is called a blended learning format. Instructions, Practice, Immediate Feedback & Review. You will be given a 2-3 minute video of instructions of what to do and then you will practice. Then go to the next step with a 2-3 minute video and then practice. You will be moving 80% of the time.
    * 16 credit hours
    * $595 
    Saturday @ 9 am to 6 pm
    Sunday @ 9 am to 4 pm

     

    * YOU'LL BE TREATING YOURSELF. 

    * EXPECT TO SEE DRAMATIC CHANGES IN YOUR OWN BODY. 

    * 85% ACTIVE PARTICIPATION
    * GET 60-90 DAYS OF ACCESS TO ONLINE PLATFORM. 

    * TRY IT ON PATIENTS, RE-WATCH VIDEOS, HAVE ALL FORMS AT YOUR FINGER TIPS


    * ABLE TO TAKE EACH SEMINAR 2 TIMES. NO EXPIRATION DATE. 

    * MIX AND MATCH BETWEEN HOME STUDY AND LIVE ONLINE. AND RECEIVE CREDIT EACH TIME YOU TAKE IT FOR A TOTAL OF 32 CREDIT HOURS.
    LIVE ONLINE - MEET 2 TIMES AS A GROUP ON SATURDAY & ONE TIME ON SUNDAY TO GET ANSWERS TO YOUR QUESTIONS
    ONE ON ONE FEEDBACK FROM INSTRUCTOR AFTER EACH LESSON


    * ACCESS TO PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP
     

    Enabling Rehab Professional & The General Public To Fix Themselves & Others Faster Than 95% Of Clinicians Can!
    InstructorTom Dalonzo Baker, MPT
    About the InstructorTom Dalonzo-Baker, MPT Experience Founder/Presenter, Total Motion Release Seminars, Raleigh, NC 2004- Present. Created, Developed or Manage TMR Seminars, TMR Tots Seminars, TMR Manipulation Seminars & Dry Needling Seminars. Mathematics Teacher, South Stokes High School,Walnut Cover,NC-1992-1995 Education Masters in Physical Therapy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC-1996-1998 Masters in Mathematics Education, Wake Forest University,Winston-Salem,NC-1991-1992 Bachelors in Business & Economics, Hawaii Loa College, Kaneohe, HI Professional Training • Mckenzie Institute • Part A: Lumbar Spine 28 Credit hours Winston-Salem, NC January 20-23, 2000. • Part B: Cervical & Thoracic Spine 26 Credit hours Winston Salem, NC March10-12, 2000 • Part C: Advanced Lumbar Spine 28 Credit Hours Winston Salem, NC June 15-18,2000 • Part D: Advanced Cervical & Thoracic 28 Credit hours Winston Salem NC September 7-10, 2000 • Also brought all 4 of these courses to my clinic in 2001 • Mulligan’s Mobilization with Movement SNAGs & NAGs. • Strain-Counterstrain– Jones Institute Level 1– Spine .Jan 2001 Level 2 Extremities 20 Credit Hours Raleigh, NC June 1-3, 2001 Level 3– Cranials 20 Credit Hours Raleigh, NC October18-20, 2002 • John Barnes Myofascial Release– Myofascial Release I,II,& Unwinding I Key West, FL Myofascial Release III Sedona, AZ 30 Credit hours October22-27, 2002 Myofascial Unwinding II 20 Credit Hours Sedona, AZ June17-23, 2002 Myofascial Rebounding 20 Credit Hours Sedona, AZ June13-16,2002 Myofascial Fascial Pelvis 20 Credit Hours Roanoke, VA. Myofascial Cervical-Thoracic 20 Credit Hours Atlanta, GA August 23-25, 2002 Skill Enhancement 40 Credit Hours Paoli, PA March 4-8, 2002 • Michigan State University–Phillip Greenman Principles of Manual Medicine Michigan State University April 17-21,2002 Muscle Energy-1 40 Credit Hours Tucson, AZ September11-15,2002 Direct Action Thrust Michigan State University 32 Credit Hours November 20-23,2002. • OlaGrimsby– MT-5 Modern Manual Therapy of the Extremities 36 Credit hours Ft. Lauderdale, FL March1-5,2000 MT-6 Modern Manual Therapy of the Spine 38 Credit hours Atlanta, GA April 5-9,2000. • Upledger Institute Craniosacral Therapy-1 Raleigh, NC 32 Credit hours July25-28,2002 • Maitland Mobilization– brought all these courses to my clinic in 2000 & 2001 MT-1 Basic Peripherals Unable to locate certificate MT-2 Basic Spinal MAPS 23 Credit Hours Raleigh, NC February 25-27,2000 MT-3 Intermediate Spinal MAPS 29 Credit Hours Raleigh, NC September 28-30,2001 MT-4 Differential Diagnosis Unable to locate certificate • Coding & Reimbursement for Outpatient PT Services APTA 6.5 Credit Hours Raleigh, NC Jan14th,2005 • Comprehensive Manual Therapy Approach for Lumbar Spine Pathology- 16.8 Credit Hours Hands-On Seminars. Wilmington, NC November 6&7,2010 • Spinal Manipulation– Spinal Manipulation Institute 15 Credit Hours Atlanta, GA January15&16, 2012 • Spinal Manipulation- TMR Manipulation 16 Credit Hours Raleigh, NC Dec 8th&9th, 2012, 2016, 2017,2018 • TMR Tots II-16 Credit Hours Pediatric Content Raleigh, NC Nov2012 • TMRTots1-16 Credit Hours Pediatric Content Raleigh, NC March 2012, April 28-29 PA 2019 • TMRLevel1, II ,III-30 Credit hours, 24 Credit Hours, & 24 Credit Hours Held throughout the country for the past 8 years. • Dry Needling 1- Integrative Dry Needling Institute [Dr. Ma & Frank Gargano] 2014 • Fascial Counterstrain– Jones Institute (Brian Tuckey). 2016 • FCS AR - for the Arterial System- Jones Institute (Brian T
    Subject BreakdownDAY 1 8 am - 9 am • Introduction & History of Total Motion Release • Sit to Stand Demonstration 9 am - 12 pm • Expectations from the Manuals. • Explore the Foundation Concepts of TMR. • Background of TMR - the ah-ha moment. • Review the Manual. • Demonstrate ' The Obvious ' . • Demonstrate & discuss the FAB 5 Exercises. 12 pm - 2 pm • FAB 5 - Practice. • FAB 5 - Game Time. 2 pm - 3 pm LUNCH 3 pm - 4pm • FAB 5 Check for FAB 5 Daily Note accuracy with a partner. • FAB 5 Check for FAB 5 Daily Note accuracy with a partner. • FAB 5 - Use FAB 5 #1 ranked exercise as the issue. Then treat out of rank order. 4 pm - 5 pm • Patient treatment by the Instructor. 5 pm - 7 pm • Grading sheet - each student asked grade for each step (0-4). • Discussions of tissue shortening. • Demonstration of Alternate Positions. DAY 2 8 am - 12 pm • How does exercising the good side effect the bad side? • FAB 5 - Handling Soreness. • The Fly on the Wall - Role Play. • The Fly on the Wall - Practice. • FAB 5- More Alternate Positions. 12 pm - 3 pm • Demonstration of the Wow. • Practice of the Wow. • Demonstration of the Wind Up. • Practice of the Wind Up How & When to progress a patient from a Fabulous 5 to the Wow & the Wind Up • If time permits - introduction to TMR Level 2 & TMR Level 3 ** Breaks ** There are no scheduled breaks - there is large amount of lab time for participants to use the rest room or grab a snack to eat. Day 2 has no break - sandwiches are provided during lab time & presentation. The course is scheduled until 3 pm on Sunday and this is an additional hour than the stated CEU's of 16.
    Total Credits16.00
    FormatDistance - Live
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