Webinar: Precision Neuromuscular Therapy 4: Lower Extremity

Douglas Nelson

Douglas Nelson of NMT Midwest will assess the muscles of the hip, looking closely at muscular issues as well as the effect of hip pathology on joint function. He'll address conditions such as piriformis syndrome, knee pain, hamstring strains, plantar fascitis, and other common lower extremity pain patterns.

Please note: we experienced some audio technical difficulties during the recording of this webinar and you may hear periodic background noise from a second microphone. 

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Douglas Nelson

Douglas Nelson began his career in massage therapy in 1977 and maintains a very active clinical practice. His particular interest has been the role of soft tissue in performance, serving as a neuromuscular consultant to teams in the NBA and NFL, in addition to dance companies and high level musicians. He is president of BodyWork Associates, a massage therapy clinic in Champaign, Illinois, and his teaching institute-NMT MidWest, Inc.-provides about 100 trainings annually in Precision Neuromuscular Therapy. Doug is a guest lecturer at the University of Illinois Medical School, the Department of Family Medicine, and the Dance Department. Doug is a columnist for Massage & Bodywork magazine, and author of Table Lessons: Insights in the Practice of Massage Therapy and The Mystery of Pain. Awarded the 2013 Massage Therapy Educator of the Year, Doug also serves on the Massage Therapy Foundation board. Visit his website at www.nmtmidwest.com.

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