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Neuromuscular Massage Techniques

Wellspring School of Allied Health - Kansas City

Thursday, February 6, 2014 - Thursday, March 13, 2014
Kansas City 9140 Ward Parkway, Suite 100 Kansas CityMO  64114
Thursday, February 6, 2014 - Thursday, March 13, 2014
Kansas City 9140 Ward Parkway, Suite 100 Kansas CityMO  64114

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What's Included

Neuromuscular Massage Neuromuscular Massage is based on early concepts of pain relief. This modality incorporates various tissue manipulation techniques with an emphasis on trigger point therapy, which uses the neuromuscular system to balance and normalize muscle function and reduce the pain response. It is an anatomically oriented, deep tissue, pressure point technique used to relieve pain and increase mobility within specific muscles that have been mapped out and have referred pain indicators. Neuromuscular Massage also incorporates stretching techniques to cause a release of the tissue. This class utilizes lecture, discussion, demonstration and hands-on techniques. IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION The registration deadline for this class is Monday, February 3, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. CST. Cancellations made after this date/time will not be refunded. REQUIRED TEXT This course has a required textbook that the student will need to acquire separately. The text is titled Neuromuscular Therapy Manual, by Jocelyn Granger. This book can be purchased through WellSpring for $56.95. We also have a resource library so it is possible this book might be available to check out. Please contact Shelly Welch at 816.523.9140 ext: 111 to inquire. NOTE: This class is part of an existing massage therapy program. You will be in class with massage therapy students. Course Code: CE1402NEUM Class Hours: 24 24 NCBTMB Prerequisite: LMT/Massage Student

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