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Connective Tissue Release CS100

  • 23 Feb 2013
  • 9:00 AM
  • 24 Feb 2013
  • 5:00 PM
  • San Francisco, CA
For beginners and experienced manual therapists alike, this skill building packed course will teach you a simple process of finding the primary area(s) of connective tissue (CT) dysfunction and provide you with tools to achieve effective, efficient and lasting correction. This class will bring your palpation and manual therapy skills to the next level that will help to overcome the dreaded "plateau of progress." The information in this course is delivered by highly organized lectures with a correlated manual and powerpoint slides, demonstrations and labs. Each lab builds on the previous one so you come out of this course confident and ready to use the material. The student to faculty ratio is 16:1 and we take pride in providing personalized attention during labs.

Course Objectives
1. Gain an understanding and appreciation for the complexity of the CT system.
2. Gain an appreciation for the subtle elements of palpation and overcome your individual barriers to palpation.
3. Develop CT palpation skills through our innovative Skills Stations including palpation of small, deep, and visceral tissue.
4. Learn simple but effective assessment tools to find a primary site of CT dysfunction.
5. Learn efficient treatment techniques that can be applied to the CT anywhere in the body with lasting results.


Ellen Helinski, MS, PT, IMT, c.

Jared Van Der Beek, PT, LAc, IMT, c.

CEUs: 1.2 CEUs


Individual Registration for Module II: $425
**COMPTSIG Members only**  15% discount - $361.25

Register online here.

Downloadable brochure here.

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