Click for Details: STRETCHING TECHNIQUES – 1 DAY SEMINAR – Pain Relief with Post Isometric Relaxation Stretching Technique (PIR) – 12 LIVE & 12 Home Study CEs (Reg. Price $245)

  • Aug 29
    Thu 08:00 AM - Thu 09:00 PM Daytona Beach, FL

    24 CEs

    Dr Jeff Cullers, DC, B.S., L.M.T, NCBTMB
    • CE hours: 12
    • $195.00 excl. Tax
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MANUAL MUSCLE ENERGY STRETCHING TECHNIQUES - Pain Relief with Post Isometric Relaxation Stretching Technique (PIR)

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NOTE: This course satisfies State of Florida Board of Massage Therapy license renewal requirements and consists of the following number of CEs:

  • 12 LIVE NCBTMB Approved CEs
  • 12 FREE ONLINE State of Florida Board of Massage Approved CEs

Seminar Level:  Advanced

Instructor: Dr. Jeffrey Cullers

In this interactive and challenging seminar, Chiropractic Physician, SOMI Certified Medical Massage Practitioner/Trainer and Licensed Massage Therapist Dr. Jeffrey Cullers, will present the science and clinical application of the incredible benefits of Post Isometric Relaxation Technique (PIR), also known in the US as a Manual Muscle Energy Technique.

Dr. Cullers will discuss and demonstrate how Post Isometric Relaxation Technique (PIR), a Manual Muscle Energy Technique tool is used to improve function through the release of hypertonic musculature and has been found to be more effective than simple stretching. 

Post Isometric Relaxation Technique (PIR) is commonly used by osteopaths, and utilizes an isometric contractual phase followed by gentle stretching of the same muscle.

Dr. Cullers will instruct the students on how to use proper body positioning when performing PIR for a variety of muscle groups to avoid injury and maximize their ability to work easier.

Students will learn and be able to immediately use the PIR techniques presented in their own practices.

What to bring

  • Massage Table Provided
  • Linens
  • Massage lotions or oils
  • Snacks
  • Nonalcoholic beverages

What to wear

  • Loose comfortable clothing such as yoga or fitness attire.