Ligamentous Articular Strain Techniques for the Leg & Foot
Let’s create some “Happy Feet!” Help your Patients achieve a sense of lightness and let’s put some spring back into their step.
Ligament injuries are among the most common causes of musculoskeletal joint pain and disability encountered in primary practice today. There’s so many different kinds of injuries that present to our clinics, it can seem overwhelming.
Learn specific and precise palpating of the ligamentous joint tissues
Learn understand how Referred Pain occurs according to the Neurophysiological Model
Learn to recognize the typical Ligament Pain Referral Patterns
Learn how ligamentous tissues are injured and how they heal
Learn and apply the principles of application of LAST.
Learn the 4 main types of mechanoreceptors pertaining to joint tissues.
Learn the healing timelines for acute to chronic for joint tissues
Learn the 7 effects of treatment
Learn the neurological innervations of the ligamentous articular tissues
With this updated knowledge and understanding of how injury happens and healing of these tissues, you will better develop manual therapy strategies and active rehabilitative programs for your patients.
Just $115.00 CAD (including tax) for one year access.
This course is approved for 4 primary credits with the MTAA.
This course is designed for massage therapists that want the current understanding of ligamentous injuries.
The course fee is $115.00 CAD (including tax) which gives you 1 year access to all of the course material in the online learning center.
You have 1 year from the date of purchase to complete all e-healthcanada.com courses, and you can access your courses 24/7 online from any device.
Please check with your association in advance as to how you can receive credit for this course. MTAA members need only to submit a copy of your certificate of completion to your association, but this may vary for non-members.
Yes, you can retake the exam as many times as needed.
Want a better understanding of how to treat and rehabilitate patients effectively?