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1-Hour Online Course
Watch the recorded webinar for free below, then add this item to your cart now to receive:
E-Book/Techniques "Mini-Manual" PDF ($2.99 value, free)
Certificate of Achievement
1 CE Credit (NCBTMB, state, CAMT, etc.)
Text transcription of webinar
MP3 audio recording of webinar (for iPod etc.)
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with Til Luchau
When a rib hurts, is it “out?” And when a rib doesn’t move (like after texting in bent-over position for too long), what is actually happening? And whatever the answers, what can we do to help when ribs hurt, or feels stuck? Join popular presenter Til Luchau as he demonstrates several effective hands-on myofascial techniques for the ribs, ribcage, and thorax.
Join Til Luchau as he walks us through a chapter from the recently released second volume of his best-selling 'Advanced Myofascial Techniques' textbook, and get the optional e-book/technique mini-manual, webinar anatomy slides, and note organizer with additional rib-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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Webinar originally hosted by the WMC on Nov 7, 2016.
Rib image ©Primal Pictures, used by permission.