Myofascial Therapy Skill Enhancement Seminar with John Barnes
The Skill Enhancement Seminar is offered on-site in our Paoli, Pennsylvania and Sedona, Arizona Treatment Centers. The Skill Enhancement Seminar allows anyone who has taken at least Myofascial Release I to work alongside our highly trained and skilled Myofascial Release staff as we treat patients and therapists from around the world. We accept up to four therapists per week in this program to maximize our ability to provide individual attention. Therapists who attend the Skill Enhancement Seminar can incorporate the knowledge and skills learned at our off-site educational seminars in a clinical setting that specializes in Myofascial Release. The value of individual private instruction on Myofascial Release: techniques with actual patients, as well as receiving private treatment, serves to be a comprehensive and an invaluable instructional; experience and immediate and personal feedback will be offered to the participating Skill Enhancement Seminar therapist; questions will be addressed in a timely and productive fashion throughout this week long seminar. Therapist to treat patients alongside John Barnes, as well as, with our staff. Personal treatment sessions with John F. Barnes and our staff are all included.
Synopsis: LT is designed to reinforce powerful "listening" skills.
- Discover a new "listening skills" (palpation procedure) that helps guide you to the proper manipulation site.
- Learn to interpret the information the body is offering regarding imbalances and dysfunctions.
- Explore through listening how to determine which body structures are involved, and identify the best approach for treatment results.
- Practice listening to the body systems, as they respond to your treatments.
- Learn to identify the correct approach and amount of force when working on different parts of the body and with different clients.
New Manual Articular Approach (formerly called Global Joint Treatment)
Developed by Jean-Pierre Barral, DO, MRO(F), PT and Alain Croibier, DO, MRO(F)
New Manual Articular Approach is a manual therapy modality that applies a comprehensive approach to the treatment of joints. It integrates all aspects of the joint including the nerve, artery, bone, capsule, and ligaments, as well as visceral and emotional connections. It examines the nerves of each joint, along with the arteries, meniscus, ligaments, capsule attachments and folds. It incorporates soft tissue mobilization of the associated bones, while looking at direct and indirect relationships between the bones of the body. The relationship between the viscera and the joints is not widely understood. MAA shows how interconnected they are and that without addressing this visceral connection many joint issues may not fully resolve.