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Clinical Assessment Of The Upper Body

Evaluation Techniques For T-Spine, Shoulder, Scapulae & C-Spine

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The upper body's structure has significant influence on our breathing, our nervous system and the translation of forces to the neck and head as well as through the lower back and pelvis.

Understanding these relationships in their complexity is fascinating!

 

We know there are ‘pathways’ of muscles, nerves, and fascia which, when integrated optimally, allow us to create healthy movement patterns which are the base for improving strength and, ultimately, performance.

Join us for a tour through all the connections as we test the scapular muscles and the muscles that stabilize the shoulder.

Here's What You'll Learn:

  • Common static and dynamic postural faults 
  • Impact of dysfunctional breathing on ribs, clavicles, scapulae, and head position
  • Review of postural screens in standing and lying
  • Musculoskeletal evaluation at the humerai and scapulae
  • Neurological screen of the upper limbs
  • Assessment findings review and possible treatment directions

Choose From Three Registration Options

Early Bird

$650

Register 30 days before the course

Highly practical course for assessment of posture, muscles, and nerves

All course notes included online

Delicious catered meals and snacks

Network with new colleagues in the physical therapies

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Regular Rate

$750

Practical training you can use right away

Courses always updated online in your own library

Meet new movement practitioners

Polish up your evaluation skills

Lots of time for practice throughout the weekend

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Payment Plan

$395

2 payments

Course instructors available all weekend to answer your questions

Templates & cheat sheets online

All meals and snacks (coffee!) provided

Practice time available for upper body areas

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