Rehabilitating Whiplash Injuries

May 2, 2021

May 2, 2021

10:00 am To 7:00 pm

270 Carpenter Drive Northeast, Atlanta, GA, USA

https://healcenteratlanta.com/class/rehabilitating-whiplash-injuries-may-2-2021/

$165

404-303-0007

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Event Description

Boost your clinical massage career by learning how to rehabilitate whiplash injuries.

During this focused 8-hour training, you will learn the massage protocols for treating the three levels of whiplash: mild, moderate and severe. We will also study the anatomy of the neck and shoulders and learn how to assess muscular imbalances of the cervical spine and shoulder girdle.

Continue your training and gain more clinical experience with Ann’s Balancing the Shoulder Girdle, Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation, 12CE, schedule TBA.

Organizers

Ann Pauley LMT

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