Two Integrated Approaches to Shoulder Pain: Anatomy Trains & Orthopedic Massage
Plus an optional course in Ethics and Communication Skills
January 5-12, 2013
Join Tom Myers and Ben Benjamin to learn two unique, complementary approaches to dealing with shoulder pain and dysfunction. Because the shoulder has great mobility it also has vulnerability to pain and injury. The intricate anatomy of the joint, fascia, muscles, tendons and ligaments requires precise work, guided by a clear understanding of the mechanisms of injury and the hallmarks of good function. An increased level of skill and knowledge in this area could greatly benefit you and your clients. Next January you will have a rare opportunity to receive intensive training on the shoulder from two leading experts who will teach in tandem. Ben Benjamin and Tom Myers will share their expertise on shoulder injury assessment, treatment and integration with two complementary approaches honed over decades of teaching and practice. >>More details
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