Deep Tissue Massage: Trigger Point Therapy Certificate
What you'll learn
- What trigger points (TPs) are, how they are created and the ways they commonly manifest in the body
- What is "referred pain" and how to identify it in a client
- Treat the most common trigger point locations in each of these areas: head and neck, shoulder, upper back, elbow, forearm and hand etc.
- How to find many central and attachment trigger points
- Basic Anatomy Knowledge
In this Deep Tissue Massage Course, Mike Everson, Manual Osteopath, Registered Massage Therapist and Yoga Teacher will guide you through how to deliver trigger point therapy for some extremely common referral pain patterns every manual therapist will see.
This Deep Tissue Massage: Trigger Point Therapy Guide Course addresses Trigger Point Release applications. You will learn how to examine and treat muscles and muscle attachments in layers beginning with the superficial muscles and connective tissues and then deeper ligaments and connective tissues. Upon completion of this course you will be able to realign deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue and break down adhering tissues (bands of painful, rigid tissue) in muscles, ligaments, and tendons to relieve muscle tension or referral pain and reduce soft tissue inflammation.
You can study and complete this entire course in the comfort of your own home with lifetime access to the videos in case you need to go back, review and re-inspire yourself!
In this massage course you are going to learn how to:
> How to treat the most common painful conditions
> How to give an intelligent, thoughtful, effective deep tissue massage
> How to release referral pain
> Classification of trigger points
> Explore the theory and origin of how trigger points develop in the body
The Centers for Disease Control report estimated that 20 percent of U.S. adults, approximately 50 million people, have chronic pain, and it is the most common reason adults seek medical care.
Roughly 20 million people within this demographic have high-impact chronic pain, which impacts their lifestyle by limiting the activities and work they can do. Massage therapy is recommended for pain management by numerous research studies.
Learning the specifics of trigger point therapy is just one of those essential courses for any manual therapist. It could be the simple solve for anyones chronic pain.
Enroll now! grow your knowledge base and practice today!
* Accredited for 2 CEUs through the NCBTMB
Who this course is for:
- Massage Therapists, Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Personal Trainers, Enthusiasts
Osteopath, Registered Massage Therapist, and Yoga Teacher from Halifax, Canada that draws from a diverse background and lifelong pursuit of knowledge in the health and wellness space. With well over a decade of experience and a passion for helping clients, Mike has been able to carve out a very successful career in many different arenas including Manual Osteopathy, Massage Therapy, Yoga, and Teaching.
Performing manual therapy professionally is an art, craft, and a science, as well as let's be real, a business. It is hard to have longevity and success in practice if it is not giving you a good living, so let us explore all of these different elements.
Mike is an approved Continuing Education Provider with the NCBTMB #1000589 and MTANS #11027