Text Neck

Aug 23, 2020

Aug 23, 2020

2:00 pm To 6:00 pm

North Carolina School if Advanced Bodywork, Inc, 820 Tyvola Road, Charlotte, NC, USA

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Event Description

Free class!  We are going over front forward posture from the pecs up and the systems that are affected. No CEs offered because I’m working on becoming a CE provider and this is a requirement.  Please email me at qb**********@ya***.com for information or questions.  Julie Fisher LMBT NC/SC

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Julie Fisher

820 Tyvola Road

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Email qb**********@ya***.com or message FB Advanced Therapeutic Bodywork

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Neuromuscular Therapy

Neuromuscular therapy (NMT), sometimes called trigger point therapy, is a targeted, deep tissue massage technique. Concentrated pressure is applied to key points in order to relieve muscle spasms. It is often combined with other techniques as part of a deep tissue session.

While regular deep tissue massage is meant to alleviate general, chronic muscle tension, neuromuscular therapy is mean to address postural problems, nerve compression, ischemia and improper biomechanics. Referred pain, or dysfunction in one area causing issues in others, is often addressed with NMT. Neuromuscular therapy trainings will teach you how to identify common trigger points and referred pain as well as how to approach them without pain or bruising.