Treating the Biomechanical Chain-Upper Body

Treating the Biomechanical Chain-Upper Body


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This is a LIVE in-person class. You may also want to consider taking Treating the Biomechanical Chain-Lower Body on this same day. Those who stay for both will receive reduced tuition.

The course is approved for 3 CE Credits for massage therapists and chiropractors.*


Educate your clients/patients to be active participants by explaining how body parts work individually and in conjunction with the body as a whole, showing them what musculoskeletal imbalances they are experiencing, how imbalances effect muscles and soft tissue and talking about how to overcome the imbalance.

This class will cover verbal and visual assessment of the upper body biomechanical chain— including the lumbo-pelvic girdle, thoracic, shoulder girdle, neck and head—and how to address possible faults and eliminate sources of pain through guided stretches and exercises. Identify common deficits that cause pain in the trunk and neck. Take into consideration past injuries and surgeries, level of physical activity, pain and much more.  Hands-on learning includes myofascial self-massage, stretching, and strengthening exercises.


About the instructor, Eric Munn:

Eric Munn is a Licensed Massage Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistant. He taught all aspects of massage therapy in a full time massage education program for over twelve years, ten of those years as program director. He has taught numerous continuing education courses in his twenty plus years of practice as a Massage Therapist. He has spent six years as a Physical Therapist Assistant honing his massage and corrective exercise skills.

*This course is approved for NJ chiropractors because The Institute for Continuing Education is a Pre-Approved Provider/Sponsor with the NJ Board of Chiropractic Examiners, and for any chiropractor in a PACE-approved state because The Institute for Continuing Education is recognized by the PACE Program of the Federation of Licensed Chiropractic Boards.  This course is approved for massage therapists (with the exception of New York State) because the Institute for Continuing Education is an Approved Provider with the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB).



Sunday, May 23, 2021 12:30-3:30pm, Take this class with Treating the Biomechanical Chain-Lower Body on Sunday, May 23, 2021 9:00am-12:00pm