Neck & Shoulders-Clinical Anatomy

Want to learn more about the neck, shoulder and upper back?

More knowledge to empower your clients to help them back to health?

This masterclass is designed for working therapists wishing to revisit or further develop their understanding and massage techniques when working with the neck shoulders.


Massage Therapists

Whats covered on the day:

  • Finding the bony landmarks in this area and understanding the muscle groups
  • Understanding what caused stress headaches and shoulder pain
  • Identifying overused muscles and helping your client to understand how to correct their posture
  • Develop new massage techniques

 

 

Pre-Requisites: 
The student must supply evidence of their qualification in Massage

Certification and CPD: 
The Cotswold Academy 5 CPD points

Tutor: Chris Phillips

Time: 9.30am to 4pm

Dates: 12th January 2018

Sports Therapists

Whats covered on the day:

  • Revisit Postural assessment (ROM), and assessment Special Tests (Level 4 students only) for the neck & shoulders
  • Palpation skills to find bony landmarks and muscles in this area
  • Understanding the Rotator cuff muscle group
  • Understanding the relationship between anterior and posterior muscles in this area (Upper Cross Syndrome)
  • Developing new massage techniques

Pre-Requisites: 
The student must supply evidence of their qualification in Sports Massage

Certification and CPD: 
The Cotswold Academy 5 CPD points

Tutor: Chris Phillips

Time: 9.30am to 4pm

Dates: 12th January 2018


Price: £130 + VAT

For further enquiries please contact us:

01285 885122
[email protected]

How do I pay?

A 25% deposit is payable immediately to secure your place, with the remaining balance due at least 4 weeks prior to the start of your course.


Thursday evenings at The Cotswold Academy

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If you are interested in looking at a career in this industry, planning to do a course with us or just wishing to look around, our free Thursday Evenings could be the place to start.