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EMS Dolorclast RSWT Master Course - Level 1

  • Clinical Course
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RockTape 1/2 day course - Kinesiology & Sports Taping Seminar

Our half day introduction (level 1) courses are attractive to busy practitioners, and those that are keen to just learn the basic principles of kinesiology taping. This course provides the basics of kinesiology taping: regional taping for pain, taping for swelling and recovery and taping for posture. In addition this course includes an introduction to the concepts of “Fascial Chain Taping”: utilising the benefits of kinesiology taping to tape the muscles associated with a particular activity. For example, linking the muscles of the appropriate kinetic chain, ie lower back, hamstring and calf muscles that make up the posterior chain.

  • Clinical Course
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Rocktape 1 - Kinesiology Taping and Power Taping - Full Day Course

1. Theory of kinesiology taping
2. Regional taping - muscle and joint applications
3. Oedema / inflammation taping
4. Posture taping
5. Pregnancy taping applications
6. Theory of fascial chain taping
7. Basic fascial chain taping applications
8. Movement analysis

Rocktape 1 - Kinesiology Taping and Power Taping - Full Day Course
  • Clinical Course

RockBlades

The RockBades course presents an alternate model for IASTM work- what we define as "Instrument Assisted Neuro Sensory Modulation" or IANSM. This draws from current thinking of the way in which fascia behaves and the influence that manual therapy has on these tissues.
Our IANSM model does not rely on traditional, at times aggressive treatment strategies using instruments, and shows how similar, if not better, results can be achieved with more gentle methods. This enhances patient safety and minimises the potential for adverse treatment effects.

RockBlades
  • Clinical Course

Getting to the Source of Your Patient's Spinal Pain Disorder

Integrating research and practice
Module 1: Foundations of control
Module 2: “An integrated model of torso movement – a pillar for function
Module 3: “Putting it all together”

  • Clinical Course
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An Integrated Model to Torso Movement

THE ‘KEY APPROACH’:
GETTING TO THE SOURCE OF YOUR PATIENT’S SPINAL & RELATED PAIN DISORDERS:
Integrating research and practice
Module 2: “An integrated model of torso movement –
A pillar for function

  • Clinical Course
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National Health Services Directory (NHSD) for Allied Health Providers

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Osteopathic Seminar in the Snow Japan

Hakuba Dreaming 2018 is a nine hour osteopathic seminar that will be delivered over three successive afternoons. Our mission is to provide concise clinically relevant lecture material and we have carefully selected high quality speakers from around the world to maximize the learning experience.

  • Clinical Course
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Understanding the Anatomy, Diagnostics and Treatment of the Lumbopelvic Spine

Understanding the Anatomy, Diagnostics and Treatment of the Lumbopelvic Spine
  • Clinical Course

Rule of the Artery 2

The course will have a clinical orientation, based on the material presented and the skills developed in ROA 1, and will expand to consider the place of emotion in dysfunction, an approach in the treatment of mother and baby, and hypertension. The course will include a new perspective of the CV4 and the many rhythms of life.

  • Clinical Course
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Understanding the Anatomy, Diagnostics and Treatment of the Lumbopelvic Spine

Understanding the Anatomy, Diagnostics and Treatment of the Lumbopelvic Spine
  • Clinical Course

Legals for Osteos

Legals for Osteos
  • Webinar
  • Business Course

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2018 Australian Pain Society 38th and New Zealand Pain Society Conjoint Annual Scientific Meeting

The Australian and New Zealand Pain Societies welcome you to the 2018 conjoint Annual Scientific Meeting. The conference invites you to Collaborate. Educate. Disseminate. Collaborate with the many professions that are involved with pain and pain management; educate alongside clinicians and researchers across many different aspects of pain management; and leave the conference enabled to make a difference in your sphere of work.

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