Now we have the main act- the Jing protocol for the treatment of low back pain!
Review of HFMAST; grounding; how to start your treatment and apply hot or cold using stones; palming and table shiatsu techniques
Learn great direct and indirect fascial approaches including structural work with the fists, cross hand stretches and skin rolling.
Learn how to effectively release the erector spinae with power effleurage, precise trigger point therapy and forearm work.
Learn how to treat this important muscle known as the “most overlooked cause of low back pain” with precise trigger point therapy, stretches and other effective techniques.
Learn dynamic broad and specific work plus detailed draping techniques for this important area. Includes specific trigger point work for gluteus maximus and medius and how to work deeper but not harder for effective release.
A key player in sciatic type symptoms, learning to treat the piriformis effectively is vital in working with low back pain. We review a range of techniques including trigger point therapy, soft tissue release and stretching.
Learn how incorporating acupressure points into your treatment can enhance your results. We review the theory and application of major acupressure points for the low back including the “shu” points on the bladder channel.
Learn how these muscles can be effectively treated and stretched from a sidelying position.
Being able to accurately locate and treat the psoas is fundamental for a full low back treatment yet many therapists are afraid of this area. Rachel and Meg guide you through a range of techniques including direct trigger point release, pin and stretch, myofascial cross hand stretches and positional release methods.
Finish your treatment with elegance with great supine stretches, mobilisations and acupressure points.