Washingon Massage Continuing Education Courses

Treat the Knees with Dawn Schmidt

Instructor: Dawn Schmidt, LMT; NCBTMB #451818-11

Learn ways to keep the ol’ knee joints moving with ease and facilitating positive outcomes for common knee conditions. We will explore the knee joint and associated structures of the thigh and lower leg. Investigate the structural/functional components of weight bearing, balance and locomotion. Discuss the impact of torsional and lateral forces along with aging on the knee joint. Consider movement patterns, sitting, standing and walking mechanics that may influence joint function. We will engage the tissues to mobilize, stabilize, balance and decompress the knee joint and associated myofascial structures. Treatment labs will include approaches that involve the nervous system, muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments, bones, joint capsule and interosseous membrane of tibia and fibula. Your clients "knee-d" your help, be prepared. Help clients experience their knees anew.

What to Bring: Set of sheets, bolster/pillow, pair of shorts that allows easy access to the knee. If you have an anatomy text (such as Clemente or Netter), please bring it for reference--it's not required.

Class Date: October 18, 2020
Class Times: Sunday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Location: Seattle -- Please click on the this link to go to the class description on the Therapeutic Training Center's website for the location detail.
Cost: $170 if registered by 10/9/20; $190 if registered after 10/9/20
Cost/Hour: $21.25 if registered by 10/9/20; $23.75 if registered after 10/9/20
CE Hours: 8

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For more information, or to register, please contact:

Robbin Blake
Therapeutic Training Center
P: 206.853.6875

info@theratraining.com
www.theratraining.com

Taught By Dawn Schmidt, LMT; NCBTMB #451818-11
When Sunday, October 18, 2020 09:00 AM
Where Therapeutic Training Center 700 NW 42nd St Ste 247 (Office only, not a classroom. See location link provided above.)
Seattle, WA 98107
CE Hours 8
Price $170
Posted Wednesday, April 22, 2020 01:23 PM

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