ABMP CE Summit Course: Funky Necks, TOS, and Arm Pain

Funky Necks, TOS, and Arm Pain

with Erik Dalton

Course Date/Time: Tuesday, October 26, 1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. Mountain Time

Course Description: Trying to figure out what’s causing a client’s neck and arm pain can be challenging. Is it a nerve problem, tendinopathy, thoracic outlet syndrome, muscle strain, ligament injury, protective spasm, sensitization, pathology, or even chronic stress? In this course, Erik Dalton takes you on a clinical reasoning tour to help uncover the mystery pain generator and demonstrates myoskeletal techniques he’s found helpful in treating these conditions. Special video animation, anatomy dissection, and dozens of skill-boosting hands-on techniques make this an entertaining and practical learning experience.

CE Hours: 1

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Presenter Bio

Erik Dalton, PhD, is the executive director of the Freedom from Pain Institute and developer of myoskeletal alignment techniques. Educated in massage, osteopathy, and Rolfing, he has maintained a practice in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, for more than four decades. For more information, visit www.erikdalton.com.

Event Information

This online education conference focuses on essential tools for the upper body on day one and the lower body on day two. Don’t miss this opportunity to interact with the course instructors live online, learn tools to help your practice, and connect with your massage and bodywork community! This event—including 6 hours of CE—is free for ABMP members and just $99 for nonmembers!

Your event registration gives you access to all of the presentations and course replays after the event.

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