Click for Details: NEUROMUSCULAR MASSAGE – 1 DAY SEMINAR – Assessment & Neuromuscular Therapy of the Cervical Region and Shoulder Girdle – 12 LIVE & 12 Home Study CEs (Reg. Price $245)

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NEUROMUSCULAR MASSAGE - Assessment & Neuromuscular Therapy of the Cervical Region and Shoulder Girdle

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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: Intermediate

Instructor: Dr. Jeff Cullers

In this innovative and challenging Neuromuscular Therapy course (otherwise known as NMT), Chiropractic Physician, SOMI Certified Medical Massage Practitioner and Licensed Massage Therapist, Dr. Jeff Cullers, will present proven NMT Evaluation and Assessment techniques including the use of Goniometry to accurately measure range of motion and manual muscle testing to effectively assess common conditions related to the cervical region and shoulder girdle that many of your clients/patients have.

Dr. Cullers will also present a variety of assessment that will assist you to effectively assess for and if indicated to treat, Cervicalgia, Anterior Scalene Muscle Syndrome, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Rotator Cuff Syndrome, Deltoid Muscle Syndrome, Subacromial Bursitis, Adhesive Capsulitis also known as frozen shoulder, and other conditions related to the neck and shoulder.

The techniques presented by Dr. Cullers are designed to utilize the mechanical and physiological processes of the musculoskeletal system to correct and rehabilitate injured, traumatized or fatigued and over-used muscles of these areas. Dr. Cullers gives attendees a background of Neuromuscular Therapy, postural analysis, as well as NMT techniques for the cervical and shoulder girdle musculature.

What to bring

  • Massage table
  • Linens
  • Massage lotions or oils
  • Snacks
  • Nonalcoholic beverages

What to wear

  • Loose comfortable clothing such as yoga or fitness attire.