Orthopedic Massage Approaches to Upper Body Disorders » Rotator Cuff Pathologies

Instructor: Whitney Lowe

Rotator Cuff Pathologies

The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body. As a result, soft tissues play a key role in maintaining stability and allowing proper movement. That means many of these tissues, such as the rotator cuff group, are highly susceptible to soft-tissue overuse injury. Massage therapy can play a key role in addressing these disorders, and in many cases help a person avoid more serious and invasive treatment procedures. Learn many of the key factors that will help you become much more successful in addressing shoulder and rotator cuff complaints with your clients.  

Series: Orthopedic Massage Approaches to Upper Body Disorders

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Continuing Education Hours
The Biomechanics of Neck Pain: 1
Rotator Cuff Pathologies: 1
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: 1
Thoracic Outlet: 1
Overuse Disorders in the Elbow and Forearm: 1
Pathologies of the Hand and Fingers : 1
TOTAL: 6 CE hours

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