Orthopaedic Assessment for Massage Therapists

Being able to accurately determine the cause of musculo-skeletal and soft tissue pain is essential for any serious massage therapist. This course will give you the expert knowledge and assessment skills to feel confident that you understand the cause of your client’s complaint. Developed in conjunction with a physiotherapist, this is a one of a kind course for manual therapists.


  • Simple and accurate case history taking skills for easy communication with GPs and other medical professionals.
  • Visual observation and body reading skills.
  • Assessment and palpation skills to establish the location and examination of ligaments, tendons, muscle and fascia.
  • Essential orthopaedic diagnostic tests to determine specific areas of injury.

Course Dates

Delivered over two modules listed below are the dates for each module. Dates listed in the shopping cart area are for the first module; dates for the second module are included when you click on ‘add to basket’.

  • Module 1: Thursday 12th – Friday 13th July 2018; Module 2: Saturday 8th – Sunday 9th September 2018

12 Jul - 13 Jul 2018
Sep 2017 – Sep 2019 in Brighton
£540 inc VAT

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