Assessment and Treatment of the Lumbar and Sacral Ligaments - One Day Course

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If you take both Muscle-Specific Deep Tissue Techniques for the Torso (Iliopsoas, Diaphragm, QL and Paraspinals)  & Assessment and Treatment of the Lumbar and Sacral Ligaments, cost for both is a discounted rate of $350.  Click Here to View.

For this course – choose to pay in full or a non-refundable deposit of $75 at checkout.

Save $25 with Early Bird Discount if paid in full by July 15, 2019!

Assessment and Treatment of the Lumbar and Sacral Ligaments 
Sunday, July 28th, 8 CE hours
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that more than a million American workers suffer back injuries in a year, and that they account for about 20% of total work-related injuries. Back pain can be debilitating for many people, and even when it’s just a nuisance, it can significantly impact their fundamental quality of life. Massage can often be a helpful tool in the recovery and rehabilitation process, but, unfortunately, it is also quite common for clients to receive massage that has a minimal impact on the source of their pain and discomfort.
One of the elements commonly missing when working with back injuries is a better understanding of, and ability to specifically palpate, the terrain of the low back and sacrum, particularly connective tissue structures like the various supporting ligaments. These ligaments are every bit as important as the muscles, bones, and fascia, but are often overlooked by massage therapists, chiropractors, and physical therapists.
In this class, you will learn to palpate and treat some of the most commonly injured ligaments in the low back and pelvis, including the iliolumbar, intertransverse, sacroiliac, sacrotuberous, supraspinous, and interspinous ligaments, as well as a few key postural muscles.

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