Webinar: Working with Inflammation

Til Luchau

Inflammation is involved in most musculoskeletal issues including joint pain, muscle soreness, many neuropathies, chronic pain, and more. But working with inflammation can be a real puzzle: sometimes hands-on work can clearly help; other times, massage or bodywork can worsen inflammatory reactions. Join Til Luchau as he helps clarify inflammation’s complexity and offers specific techniques, goals, and strategies for working with different types of inflammation. Topics include understanding inflammation’s progression and resolution; types of inflammation; and pain, the brain, and inflammation.

Before the webinar, click the “Handout” link to download the course outline and CALMS worksheet. Go to http://a-t.tv/abmp18i to subscribe and receive the free PDF of the webinar slideshow or get the optional ebook with additional resources (both from Advanced-Trainings.com).

Read Til’s accompanying Massage & Bodywork magazine article, “Understanding Inflammation’s Progression” in the November/December 2018 issue.

This webinar is 71 minutes in length (1 CE hour).

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Til Luchau

Til Luchau is a lead instructor and the director of Advanced-Trainings.com. He is a Certified Advanced Rolfer with a diverse background that includes manual therapy, somatic psychology, transformative education, as well as organizational and leadership development. He is the author of the Advanced Myofascial Techniques textbook series, has a regular Myofascial Techniques column in Massage & Bodywork magazine, and his articles have been published in magazines and peer-reviewed technical journals internationally. He has trained thousands of practitioners in his popular courses at schools and centers in over 20 countries on six continents. His private practice based in Colorado includes myofascial and pain-science informed manual therapy, as well as professional consulting and supervision with practitioners from around the world. Learn more at www.advanced-trainings.com.

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