Low back pain is the leading cause of disability and pain in the UK. Treating it can be the key to expanding your business. Also available as an online course.
- A powerful protocol incorporating trigger point therapy, STR, stretching, ROM and other advanced techniques to identify and relieve the source of pain in 1-6 treatments.
- To find, palpate and treat the relevant musculo- skeletal anatomy including: the erector spinae group, quadratus lumborum, the gluteus group, piriformis and illiopsoas.
- Body mechanics to protect your own body while giving the best treatment possible to your clients.
- The causes and contraindications of common low back pathologies, such as Sciatica, Acute Locked Back and Piriformis Syndrome.
- The confidence and creativity to design unique treatments for all your clients.
Unfortunately the dates for this class have come and gone, but we are working on next year's schedule - so email us and tell us you are interested, so you can be the first to know of the new dates. Can't wait to hear from you.
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