Neurofascial Approach To Entrapment: Lower Extremity
Class Description: This 8-hour Continuing Education class is open to all healthcare practitioners licensed in Manual/Massage Therapy. Other practitioners are welcome to join for the first 2 hours of class. (i.e. Movement Teachers, Allied Healthcare Practitioners, and body nerds). See “Lecture Only” ticket option.
Conditions like sciatica, obturator neuralgia, and pelvic floor pain often have a neurofascial driver — a pattern of inflammation, neural tension, and protective spasm. In this class, you will learn to assess and treat systematically the nerves of the lower extremity and their fascial environment. Muscle-bone concepts are not doing the trick — let’s get people better!
INFO AND SKILLS COVERED
- Local Fascial anatomy of nerves in the lower extremity
- Lower extremity nerve mechanics
- Pathogenesis of Sciatica and related condition
- Basic physiology of peripheral neuroinflammation
- Palpation of common sites of neurovascular entrapment
- Systematic assessment and treatment strategies for Sciatica and related conditions
WHAT TO BRING
- Writing materials
- Set of sheets and emollient
- Wear loose clothing
If we need extra tables, you may be eligible for a 10% discount. If you have a massage table and are willing to bring it, please contact
Instructor’s Massage License Number: MA00021821
Michael Hamm, CCST LMT: I teach anatomy, research literacy, and technique in Seattle and around the US. I work with the Massage Therapy Foundation to advance the massage profession through research, education, and community service. I write articles. I practice bodywork. Read more about Mike
Hamm, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Sunday, March 4, 2018: 9 am – 6 pm
Location: Integrative Physical Therapy Services, 2114 James Street Bellingham, WA 98229
CE hours: 8 hours
Tuition: $135, $150 after March 4th
To Register: Eventbrite