Myofascial Release I

Aug 23, 2024

Aug 25, 2024

9:00 am To 6:00 pm

2200 Southwood Drive, Nashua, NH, USA

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$795

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Event Description

This exciting “hands-on” introductory course has trained thousands of health professionals. Graduates of this course are immediately able to produce positive, structural changes in their patients with acute and chronic pain and dysfunction. These whole-body techniques will be an important added dimension to your existing treatment regimen, greatly enhancing your therapeutic effectiveness. NCBTMB Provider # 025821-00

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