Dr. Cullers Presents: MANUAL SOMATIC REHABILITATION Text Neck & Multiple Nerve Compression’s of the Upper Extremity – (Click for Details)

  • Jul 08
    Sat 09:00 AM EDT - Sun 06:00 PM EDT ZOOM Webinar for States that accept Distance Learning CEs

    12 NCBTMB Approved CEs

    Dr Jeff Cullers DC, LMT, CLT, NCBTMB
    • CE hours: 12
    • $240.00 excl. Tax
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Seminar Level: Intermediate/Advanced (No Prerequisite Needed)

Instructor: Dr. Jeffrey Cullers

NCBTMB Approved Provider #20

CE BROKER #50-14961

Texas Approved Provider

NCBTMB New York Sponsored Approved Provider


DAY 1: 9am - 6pm (Eastern Standard Time)

DAY 2: 9am - 1pm (Eastern Standard Time)


PLEASE READ: This course is NCBTMB Approved as Distance Learning. Please check with your State Licensing Board to confirm if Distance Learning CEs may be applied to your license renewal. Premier Continuing Education cannot guarantee all states accept Distance Learning CEs.

In this interactive and challenging 2 DAY course, Nationally Board Certified & Florida Licensed Chiropractic Physician, Florida Licensed Massage Therapist, Certified Lymphedema Therapist, and Science of Massage Institute Certified Medical Massage Practitioner/Instructor Dr. Cullers will introduce you to the science of and the clinical application of Somatic Rehabilitation and how to properly assess, treat and oftentimes eliminate a condition affecting many people today called Upper Cross Syndrome generically called "Text Neck".

Upper Cross Syndrome may contribute to 14 conditions related to the upper extremities and affects many people today.

Using hands-on training, students will learn how to easily assess for conditions related to the cervical spine and upper extremities such as Anterior Scalene Muscle Syndrome Aka Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, and Upper Cross Syndrome. We will establish a logical understanding of the scientifically based pattern of soft tissue rehabilitation using the concept of Somatic Rehabilitation.

This course will focus on the anatomy and physiology of Scalene Muscles, their relation to Brachial Plexus, Subclavian Artery, and Vein; assessment and evaluation of Anterior Scalene Muscle Syndrome/Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, and the proper application of easy-to-use hands-on techniques.


  • Tablet, PC or Mac - Laptop or Desktop with a webcam & a strong internet connection (This is required if you are attending a webinar)
  • Snacks and Non-Alcoholic Beverages
  • Massage Table, linens, and massage lotion/oil/cream (If you are attending with another MT, 1 table is recommended for 2 people)
  • Wear loose comfortable clothing such as yoga or fitness attire
  • To receive CEs, you must attend the entire course

NOTE: If you do not have a massage table or choose not to participate in the hands-on techniques presented, you may observe.