Myofascial Release for the Neck and Jaw

Jul 8, 2024

Jul 8, 2024

9:00 am To 5:00 pm

7610 E McDonald Dr suite k, Scottsdale, AZ, USA

https://www.goldeenmfr.com/continuing-education-for-lmts.html

$160

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Event Description

Maximum class capacity is 8.

This 7 hour NCBTMB approved class will learn techniques for treatment of the cervical spine and TMJ, for treatment of TMJD and Headaches.

Organizers

david goldeen

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