The purpose of the course is to help clinicians take their functional assessment and treatment skills to a new level and significantly improve patient outcomes.
The program involves 16 hours of intensive, classroom-based practical learning including several mastery evaluation sessions, which are intended to provide feedback to participants regarding their mastery of key concepts and techniques. These mastery sessions and extensive lab practice sessions will allow participants to practice and receive thorough and personalized feedback and instruction.
The program will cover patho-mechanics and myo-matrix release techniques for the following conditions:
plantar fascitis, achilles tendonosis, ankle sprains, medial shin splints, anterior compartment syndrome, patellar tendonosis, quad strains, hamstring strains, groin strains, hockey hernia, and more.