Video Course: How To Eliminate Multiple Nerve Compression Patterns in the Upper Body

James Waslaski

Medical professionals often confuse two very common conditions: thoracic outlet and carpal tunnel syndrome. The diagnosis is inaccurate because almost every client who suffers from either of these conditions has nerves that are chronically compressed in multiple areas between the brain, spinal cord, neck, shoulder, arm, and hand. In this dynamic multimedia presentation, James Waslaski shares his unique approach to cervical, shoulder, and arm work to eliminate the multiple nerve crush phenomenon that occurs in both of these conditions and will outline how you can get the best results possible for these clients.

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James Waslaski
James Waslaski is an international lecturer and the author of Clinical Massage Therapy: A Structural Approach to Pain Management. He's developed DVDs and manuals on advanced orthopedic massage, sports massage, and client self-care. Waslaski presents at national and international massage, chiropractic, and osteopathic conventions and has done keynote addresses at FSMTA, World of Wellness, and the World Massage Festival. His audience includes massage and physical therapists, athletic trainers, chiropractors, osteopaths, nurses, and physicians. Waslaski was inducted into the Massage Therapy Hall of Fame in 2008. Learn more at
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