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Fascial Link Neuromuscular Therapy Classes

Fascial Therapy Training for Massage Therapy Professionals
32 CE's, 32.0 Hours.  All courses are 4 days from 9-6.

Fascial Link Neuromuscular Therapytm One: Lower Body

This course will develop your skills to evaluate imbalances in the body, build neuromuscular therapy skills, and apply Fascial Link Therapy to treat along musculo-tendinous and fascial lines of stress. You will learn to:.

1.    Learn, draw and palpate fascial link lines for the lower body - therapists will learn to identify hypertonic structures, assess according to fascial link lines in the lower body, and apply treatment along those lines

2.    Understand and practice the dual release technique - practice in applying the dual-release technique along lower body fascial link lines allows therapists to refine their skills.  Emphasis on interpreting different neuromuscular responses and calibrating the dual-release technique to different neuromuscular responses and muscular tension along fascial link lines

3.   Develop fascial link therapy communication skills with client responses in the session - therapists will learn to improve communication skills and hands-on responses to get exactly the information they need to be effective using Fascial Link Therapy

4.   Establish a five receptor plan and use all soft-tissue receptors to achieve maximal results

 5.  Address conditions with fascial link therapy, such as  plantar fascitis, achilles tendinitis, hamstring and quadriceps strains, knee pain, pronation, sciatica, iliotibial band syndrome

       6.  Explore lower body fascial link lines for unique compensation patterns

Fascial Link Neuromuscular Therapytm Two: Upper Body

 Students will be provided with chart requirements and bring charts from their own practices to this course to present.  This course will enable you to:

1.  Learn, draw and palpate fascial link lines in the upper body

2.  Use appropriate techniques to treat upper body Fascial Link Lines

3.  Address Conditions with Fascial Link Therapy, such as carpal tunnel, golfers / tennis elbow, bicipital tendonitis, rotator cuff injury, upper back pain, low back pain

4.  Connect Fascial Link Lines and refine evaluation skills for neuromuscular function between upper and lower body

5.  Begin use of Fascial Link Therapy stages & quadrants chart

6. Further explore working with layers of fascial link lines

7.  With the ability to treat most of the body, the “distal link” and “core patterns” will be introduced

      8.  Better recognize common fascial link patterns

Fascial Link Neuromuscular Therapytm Three: Neck, Head and Full-Body Fascial Link Patterns

Students will be provided with chart requirements and bring charts from their own practices to this course to present.  This course will advance your skills to:

1.   Learn, draw and palpate Fascial Link Therapy Lines for head and neck

2.   Use appropriate techniques to treat head and neck

3.   Address Conditions with Fascial Link Therapy, such as headaches, neck pain, tingling/numbness in hands and arms, jaw pain / TMJ

4.   Understand, explain and apply treatment techniques for “distal link” patterns

      5.   Learn common treatment methods for distal link related conditions

Fascial Link Neuromuscular Therapy FourTM: Practicum

Students will be provided with chart requirements and bring charts from their own practices to this course to present.  The Fascial Link Neuromuscular Practicum will refine your Fascial Link Therapy abilities overall.  Key development areas include:

1.   Practice your skills in a supervised setting, and get feedback as your linking skills grow

2.   Advance your understanding of the body’s fascial systems and integrate your care for muscles, tendons, and fascia

3.   Learn to assess whether these conditions (and many more) are caused by structural imbalances: migraines, chronic neck and/or back pain, fibromyalgia, pain in apparently unrelated areas

4.   Work in a lab format, integrating your assessment skills, treatment skills, body mechanics and clinical records

5.   Present documented clinical case studies and chart them, to ensure your care has the full scope of daily practices that enable to you get results with the Fascial Link system.  Students will be provided with chart requirements and bring charts from their own practices to this course to present.

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