Courses

  • Integrated Lower Extremity, Pelvis And Lumbar Spine Lecture Video Series

    6 Lessons $325.00

    Integrated Lower Extremity, Pelvis And Lumbar Spine
    This class will address the next level of Muscle Energy Technique and integrate both lower extremity biomechanics with long lever and short lever adaptations. We will look at different biomechanical, fascial, neurological and immunological functions of the pelvis and lower extremities.

  • Concussion in Sport Lecture Video Series

    5 Lessons $325.00

    Concussion in Sport
    This class will look at specific biomechanical needs and requirements of each sport. Understanding the proper movement pattern will help establish normative values in relationship to injury and recovery. The most common injuries will be discussed as well as adaptive and compensatory injuries.

  • Integrated Upper Extremity in Sport and Workplace Lecture Video Series

    5 Lessons $325.00

    Integrated Upper Extremity in Sport and Workplace
    Integrated function of the cervical and thoracic, scapular, clavicular, and costal structures are addressed in lecture and laboratory sessions. Integrated biomechanics, anatomy, and embryology are discussed in relation to dysfunction patterning in the workplace and sports activities.

  • Assessment and Treatment of the 5 Diaphragms of the Body Lecture Video Series

    10 Lessons $325.00

    Assessment and Treatment of the 5 Diaphragms of the Body
    The respiratory diaphragm, pelvic diaphragm, cranial diaphragm, thoracic inlet, and popliteal/foot diaphragm are discussed. They are looked at from a different perspective as they relate to fluid drive biomechanics, and endocrine aspects of patients in clinical practice. Dysfunction of these areas are explained in relation to adaptive behavior.

  • The Unstretchables Lecture Video Series

    7 Lessons $325.00

    The Unstretchables: Plantar Fascia, Achilles, Hamstrings, Iliotibial Band, Iliopsoas, Latissimus Dorsi, Pectoralis Minor, Scalenes, Upper Trapezius, and Suboccipitals
    There are many misconceptions about how to treat different musculoskeletal dysfunctions. Standard medical experts claim one thing while research claims another. This class separates the myth from the facts about when, why, and how to deal with these problem areas. Learn scientific, logical, and current ways in which to deal with the “Unstretchables.”