Tension Point Therapy 16 Hour (two days) Seminar
Upon completion of the 2 day (16 hour) seminar, students will be able to:
- Differentiate between Tension Point Therapy and A-shi Points or Trigger Point Therapy.
- Differentiate between muscle pain, nerve pain, and referral pain.
- Explain the treatment principles for the ailments covered in this course.
- Contrast the disease patterns into their respective western and eastern diagnostic terminologies.
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the pathology, etiology, assessment, and treatment plan for the topics covered in this course.
- Identify the disease patterns through diagnostic methods demonstrated in this course.
- Demonstrate proper Tui-Na manipulation treatment techniques for the ailments covered in this course.
- Assess the patient’s condition based on orthopedic and neurological testing methods
- Evaluate post treatment progress and prognosis based on methods taught in this course.
- Identify medical red flags and the need for referrals.
The course content in two days (16 hours) include the following:
- Tension Point Therapy teaches how to treat a total of 33 moving joint, soft tissue and muscular injuries
- Orthopedic Testing of related injuries to help clearly identify the injured muscles
- General Spinal
- Injury of Trapezius
- The Levator Scapula muscle injury
- Anterior Scalene Injury
- Splenius Injury
- Injury of Sternocleidomastoideus
- Rhomboid Muscle Injury
- Acute lumbar sprain
- Spinal Disc Herniation
Upper Limb Portion A
- Biceps Brachii injury
- Supraspinatus Muscle Injury
- Infraspinatus Muscle Injury
- Teres Minor Injury
- Deltoid Muscle Injury
Upper Limb Portion B
- Subacromial Bursitis
- Lateral Epicondylitis
- Medial Epicondylitis
- Stenosing Tenosynovitis of the Radial Styloid Process
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Gluteus Maximus Strain
- Gluteus medius muscle and fascia strain
- Piriformis syndrome
- Superior Clunial Nerve Injury
- Quadriceps Femoris Injury
- Hamstring Muscle Injury
- Tensor Fascia Latae Muscle Injury
- Collateral Ligament Injury
- Meniscus Injury
- Tibialis Anterior Syndrome
- Triceps Muscle of Calf Injury
- Ankle Sprain
- Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
- Painful Heels