Fascial Pelvis Myofascial Release

Oct 25, 2024

Oct 27, 2024

9:00 am To 6:00 pm

Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel, 1 North Broadway Avenue, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA

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$795

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Event Description

Our experience has shown that over 90% of patients suffering with lumbar and pelvic pain, menstrual problems, cervical pain, and headaches have imbalances in the pelvis creating fascial restrictions throughout the body. This introductory seminar will teach you a logical, step-by-step progression of techniques for treating the lumbo-pelvic region in a comprehensive and effective manner. NCBTMB Provider # 025821-00

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https://www.myofascialrelease.com/seminars/healthcare/seminar-directory/fascial-pelvis.aspx

 

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