Tension Point Therapy Seminar


Tension Point Therapy 16 Hour (two days) Seminar

Upon completion of the 2 day (16 hour) seminar, students will be able to:

TPT Seminar

  1. Differentiate between Tension Point Therapy and A-shi Points or Trigger Point Therapy.
  2. Differentiate between muscle pain, nerve pain, and referral pain.
  3. Explain the treatment principles for the ailments covered in this course.
  4. Contrast the disease patterns into their respective western and eastern diagnostic terminologies.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the pathology, etiology, assessment, and treatment plan for the topics covered in this course.
  6. Identify the disease patterns through diagnostic methods demonstrated in this course.
  7. Demonstrate proper Tui-Na manipulation treatment techniques for the ailments covered in this course.
  8. Assess the patient’s condition based on orthopedic and neurological testing methods
  9. Evaluate post treatment progress and prognosis based on methods taught in this course.
  10. Identify medical red flags and the need for referrals.

Course Overview:

The course content in two days (16 hours) include the following:


  1. Tension Point Therapy teaches how to treat a total of 33 moving joint, soft tissue and muscular injuries
  2. Orthopedic Testing of related injuries to help clearly identify the injured muscles

Course Content

  1. General Spinal
  2. Injury of Trapezius
  3. The Levator Scapula muscle injury
  4. Anterior Scalene Injury
  5. Splenius Injury
  6. Injury of Sternocleidomastoideus
  7. Rhomboid Muscle Injury
  8. Headache
  9. Acute lumbar sprain
  10. Spinal Disc Herniation

Upper Limb Portion A

  1. Biceps Brachii injury
  2. Supraspinatus Muscle Injury
  3. Infraspinatus Muscle Injury
  4. Teres Minor Injury
  5. Deltoid Muscle Injury

Upper Limb Portion B

  1. Subacromial Bursitis
  2. Lateral Epicondylitis
  3. Medial Epicondylitis
  4. Stenosing Tenosynovitis of the Radial Styloid Process
  5. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Lower Limbs

  1. Gluteus Maximus Strain
  2. Gluteus medius muscle and fascia strain
  3. Piriformis syndrome
  4. Superior Clunial Nerve Injury
  5. Quadriceps Femoris Injury
  6. Hamstring Muscle Injury
  7. Tensor Fascia Latae Muscle Injury
  8. Collateral Ligament Injury
  9. Meniscus Injury
  10. Tibialis Anterior Syndrome
  11. Triceps Muscle of Calf Injury
  12. Ankle Sprain
  13. Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
  14. Painful Heels