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1-Hour Online Course
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Historically, up to 85 percent of back pain cases have been thought to have no known cause. Recently, a number of researchers have identified a contributor to many kinds of previously unexplained low back pain: the highly innervated and multi-layered thoracolumbar fascia (TLF).
Join popular presenter Til Luchau as he demonstrates several hand-on myofascial techniques for the thoracolumbar fascia, and walks us through a chapter from the soon-to-be-released second volume of his best-selling 'Advanced Myofascial Techniques' textbook. Get the optional e-book for two sneak-peek chapters to Volume II, as well as a mini-manual and note organizer with additional back-pain techniques.
Til Luchau Til Luchau is the author of Massage & Bodyworks' 'Myofascial Techniques' column. He is a Certified Advanced Rolfer and lead instructor at Advanced-Trainings.com, which offers distance learning and in-person seminars throughout the United States and abroad.
Certificate/CE credit: Watch the included 1-hr recorded webinar presentation, then complete a brief online quiz and documentation within 60 days of purchase to receive a Certificate of Achievement. Approved for 1 CE credit by the NCBTMB, AMTA, ABMP, and many state boards. Also earns 1 CAMT elective CE towards Certification in Advanced Myofascial Techniques (CAMT).
You may also order a Certificate for this course here after accessing the materials elsewhere.
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Anatomy image courtesy Primal Pictures, used by permission.
Webinar originally broadcast by the AMPB Oct 12, 2015