Module 3: Upper spinal control: the importance of the proximal limb girdles and head

 

This workshop will highlight common patterns of upper quadrant movement dysfunction and initiating and controlling movement in the upper spine. You will gain unique insights into shoulder function and the important role of the Head and Shoulder Fundamental Patterns in the effective rehabilitation of upper spinal and many associated upper quadrant pain disorders.

This workshop is recognised by:

apa

The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA)
– completion of each module allows  27 CEC’s per module

Pilates-Alliance

Pilates Alliance Australasia (PAA)
– completion of the  ‘Foundations of control':  Module 1 allows 6 CEC’s)

apma

Australian Pilates Method Association (APMA)
– 
completion of the  ‘Foundations of Control': Module 1 allows 18 CEC’s

Course Information

PRESENTERJosephine Key

Saturday 28th July, 2018
9.30am – 5.00pm

VENUE: TBA

COST: $350.00 per module

Registration includes course material and ongoing support via chat forums & webinars.

Course numbers are restricted to ensure optimal student to mentor ratios for learning

ENQUIRIES: Tessa on 02 9326 1168 or email

REGISTER NOW

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