The NJ State Annual Meeting and Education Event with James Waslaski
April 21-22, 2018
Manual Therapy to Eliminate Multiple Nerve Compression Pattern of the Upper Body
The current medical system so often confuses severe clinical conditions such as Thoracic Outlet and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. That is because almost every patient that gets treated for either of these conditions will have nerves chronically compressed in multiple areas between the brain, spinal cord, neck, shoulder, and arm. This dynamic multimedia presentation will highlight our cervical, shoulder and arm work to eliminate multiple nerve crush phenomenon.
Manual Therapy to Eliminate Multiple Nerve Crush Phenomenon of the Lower Body
Based on myofascial pain studies presented at Harvard Medical School, and research dating back to 1946, participants will learn new techniques that will forever change the way they approach myofascial pain, and nerve entrapment pain in the lower extremities. Too often the clinical diagnosis will focus too much on the area of clinical symptoms when dealing with peripheral nerve entrapments, without freeing up the proximal nerve entrapments that feed the peripheral nerves.
Massage tables, oils linen are required. Please dress comfortable.
Class fee for both days AMTA Members is $325 and a wonderful buffet lunch is included with fee.
The NJ State Annual Meeting will be on April 22, 2018 at 12 o’clock during lunch hour. Please register if you are only attending Chapter Meeting.
Please contact the Fairbridge Hotel (formerly the Holiday Inn) for the discounted room rate on 732-356-1700. The code for the discount is AMT- $106.00 room rate plus taxes and all gratuities are your responsibility.
If you are only attending the state annual meeting please register please email Event.AMTANJ@gmail.com.