Muscle Balance Analysis
StartTime: Sat 05 March 2011 8:00 am
MBA Pain Relief Seminars
8:30 a.m., 5-6 March
Muscle Balance Analysis offers an exciting, common sense perspective that will leave you wondering why no one has given you this information before.
Maximise the effect of your TCM treatments.
Learn how ordinary, everyday activities (such as prolonged sitting or repeated one-sided activity at work or in recreation) and common skeletal asymmetries (such as a small hemipelvis and anatomical leg length differentials as little as 3mm [Myofascial Pain & Dysfunction, The Trigger Point Manual by Drs. Janet Travell & David Simons, Vol. I, p. 651]) can be a major cause of postural distortion, resulting in compression of the acupuncture meridians and stagnation in the flow of Qi.
After this information-rich weekend seminar you will…
Learn how ordinary, everyday activities, even sitting too much, can be a major cause of postural distortion, resulting in stagnation of Qi, and chronic or persistent pain.
Discover the “perpetuating factors” that block your clients’ progress, and how you can help eliminate them.
Know how to chart and analyze your clients’ structure, posture and muscle balance.
After learning how to do this detailed, precise, and meaningful postural and structural analysis, you’ll learn how to unravel the mysteries of chronic pain, correct for skeletal asymmetries, and maximise the effect of your TCM treatments.
This seminar is invaluable for medical doctors; dentists; acupuncturists; physiotherapists; nurses; osteopaths; chiropractors; Pilates, Hellerworkers; Rolfers; Feldenkrais, and Alexander educators/practitioners; kinesiologists; occupational therapists; exercise physiologists; personal trainers; coaches; fitness educators; and all professionals involved in occupational health & wellness.
Discover an exciting and effective new approach to the treatment of:
Migraines, headaches, whiplash
Jaw pain and TMJ dysfunction
Neck and shoulder pain / frozen shoulder
Back and hip pain / sciatica
Fibromyalgia / CFS
OOS / Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Chronic and Recurrent Injuries
Vertigo / tinnitus and much more …
Al Skrobisch (C.N.M.T., B.A., Honours Graduate B.C.M.T., Paramedic Educator) is a Neuromuscular Therapist specialising in pain relief. He has recently relocated his busy private pain relief practice from
Previous seminars sold out very quickly and many people were turned away.
SPACES ARE LIMITED TO ENSURE OPTIMUM LEARNING – DON’T MISS OUT! Discounted Price for registration ends 5th February 2011
To reserve your place, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or visit our website: http://www.painreliefforlife.com/nz/acu.html
And see also: Additional Event Information (pdf)
Or complete the registration form Event Registration Form (pdf)
Then send via post, email, or fax.
Post: (MBA Pain Relief Seminars, M110, Private Bag 300 987,
Fax: 09 448 1051 (Ref. M110)