Myofascial Mobilization

Sep 21, 2024

Sep 22, 2024

9:00 am To 6:00 pm

Hilton Garden Inn Harrisburg East, 3943 Tecport Drive, Harrisburg, PA, USA





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This fascinating introductory, hands-on workshop will introduce the theory of Myofascial Release and the hands-on sessions will primarily focus on the upper and lower extremities, cervical, thoracic and lumbar areas. Learn valuable myofascial soft tissue mobilization techniques for the whole body that will produce immediate therapeutic results for your patients/clients. Bring new excitement to your work with this introduction to the Myofascial Release Approach for relieving pain and restoring function. NCBTMB Provider # 025821-00



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