Massage Therapy for Frozen Shoulder and Related Conditions
5 cpd points

Validated by IPTI - (Independent Professional Therapists International)

 

This course is designed for practitioners, qualified in any form of Body Massage Therapy.

A common condition that we are presented with as therapists is Frozen Shoulder. This chronic painful condition, that causes loss of motion in the shoulder joint, can have a huge impact on the lifestyle of the client, lasting for as long as 2 years.

Treatment for a frozen shoulder varies depending on the stage of the condition and the severity of the pain and stiffness. It is important for the massage therapist to have a good understanding of this in order to provide effective treatment.

During this workshop we wil cover the following:

  • 22 muscles can potentially cause pain and restriction in movement of the shoulder capsule
  • Anatomical landmarks and structures skeletal
  • Assessment techniques - Range of Movement (ROM)
  • Treatment techniques to improve mobility and alleviate pain
  • Safety considerations

A staggering one million people in the UK suffer from frozen shoulder each year and yet most massage therapists have no idea how to treat it. Be one of the few who can!
This one-day will give you the knowledge and confidence to address the presenting problem and to be effective in your treatment for your client and assist in their recovery. This will then enable them to return to full function without surgical intervention and painful injections.

Course fees include:

All class tuition
A comprehensive course manual
An MSCM Certificate of Attendance for your professional portfolio
5 cpd points


Course details

Duration:

1 day (10.00am - 5.00pm)

Wednesday (10am-5pm)21 Mar 18

Cost: 95.00 (+VAT)

Payable in full on booking

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Sunday (10am-5pm)13 Jan 19

Cost: 95.00 (+VAT)

Payable in full on booking

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Please note - all deposits and course fees are non-refundable.
All transfers are at the discretion of the school and would be subject to an administrative charge of 25.00 (+VAT)