Video Course: Hand and Forearm Pain: Part 1-Hand Anatomy Simplified

Judith DeLany

This webinar was filmed on location at the 2016 World Massage Festival.

Learn more about the anatomy and pathologies of the region of the body with which we earn our living—the forearms and hands! This course makes the complex anatomy of the hand easily understandable through clear instruction and incredible graphics. In addition to structural anatomy, you’ll learn about acute and chronic injuries to the area including Dupuytren's contraction and trigger finger. Techniques for palpating and treating the soft tissue of the forearm and hand are demonstrated in a step-by-step format.

This course is the first in a pairing of two webinars.


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Judith DeLany

Judith (Walker) DeLany, LMT, has spent two decades developing neuromuscular therapy (NMT) techniques and course curricula for manual practitioners, as well as massage schools. As coauthor of three textbooks, and with 12 years of experience as associate editor for Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies (a peer-reviewed Elsevier journal), her professional focus aims to advance education in all health-care professions to include myofascial therapies for acute and chronic pain syndromes. Learn more at

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