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This is a two-day course, from 9-5pm on both Saturday and Sunday, that is NCBTMB-approved for 14 CE hours.
Dr. Benjamin has founded the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1974 and has been in private practice for 55 years. He travels throughout the country teaching orthopedic manual therapy, ethics, and Active Assisted Stretching. He is the author of Are You Tense?, Exercise without Injury, Listen to your Pain and a co-author of the Ethics of Touch and Conversation Transformation. Over the last two decades, he has also created a series of DVD and streaming programs on the assessment and treatment of the low back, the neck, the knee, shoulder and various common injuries as well as a 3-volume series on advanced technique and a 7–part series on Active Assisted Stretching.
This comprehensive workshop unveils the missing piece of the puzzle to shoulder pain. As a result, participants learn how to precisely assess the most commonly injured structures in the shoulder and to use effective therapeutic approaches to eliminate the injury causing the pain. Attendees gain the tools to successfully differentiate muscle, ligament, and tendon injuries and fine-tune their palpation skills and hands-on techniques.
Drawing from 50 years of experience as a therapist, educator, speaker, and author, Dr. Ben Benjamin enables all participants to learn the missing link that can solve a wide range of complaints linked to chronic and severe shoulder pain in this lab-intensive course.