Massage: Video: Trigger Point Therapy for Wrist and Hand

24.00
Online

This course is a video course.

You will be able to:
Explain to their client how a trigger point forms in a muscle and what events lead to their formations and perpetuation
Describe to their client the use of trigger point charts and the research that created them and demonstrate how they are used to locate trigger points
Visibly perform an assessment of the clients posture to help determine possible locations of trigger points
Demonstrate the use of flat, pincer and probing palpitation skills to locate trigger points and explain their choice their modality used as therapy
Demonstrate the use of hot and cold therapy properly applied to a trigger point and demonstrate the use of passive/static stretching
Demonstrate the use of pressure therapy when applied to a trigger point from the therapists perspective
Explain the effects of manual therapy on a trigger point and describe the physical sensations of trigger point release from the clients perspective

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Massage: Video: Trigger Point Therapy for Wrist and Hand

24.00

This course is a video course.

You will be able to:
Explain to their client how a trigger point forms in a muscle and what events lead to their formations and perpetuation
Describe to their client the use of trigger point charts and the research that created them and demonstrate how they are used to locate trigger points
Visibly perform an assessment of the clients posture to help determine possible locations of trigger points
Demonstrate the use of flat, pincer and probing palpitation skills to locate trigger points and explain their choice their modality used as therapy
Demonstrate the use of hot and cold therapy properly applied to a trigger point and demonstrate the use of passive/static stretching
Demonstrate the use of pressure therapy when applied to a trigger point from the therapists perspective
Explain the effects of manual therapy on a trigger point and describe the physical sensations of trigger point release from the clients perspective