Postural patterns, repetitive strain, scar tissue, chronic injury, and pain can all lead to dysfunctional patterns in the myofascia. Once the tissue has been damaged or hardened, stress transmission is poor, which can increase pain and tension. This course provides practitioners with the tools needed to engage in self-myofascial release for the whole body using therapy balls and foam rollers. Practitioners will also complete the course with the ability to teach this skill set to their patients. This will increase patient function, satisfaction, and retention.
In this course, you will learn:
- An advanced understanding of fascia, self-myofascial release, and the tools needed to engage in self-myofascial release for the main muscle groups in the body.
- An in-depth understanding of the major muscle groups and their functions.
- Myofascial pain patterns and symptoms of each muscle segregated into regions of the body.