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Date/Time
Date(s) - 08/15/2020 - 08/16/2020
9:00 am

Location
Hyatt Regency O'Hare Chicago,
9300 Bryn Mawr Ave,
Rosemont, IL

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Member Price: Individual Seminar discount code or bundle price please log in

Non-Member Registration: https://acuvids.com/product/how-to-restore-muscular-strength-movement-using-acupuncture-motor-points-manual-soft-tissue-release-august-15th-16th-2020-chicago-il/

Course title:  How To Restore Muscular Strength/Movement Using Acupuncture Motor Points & Manual Soft Tissue Release

Dates:  Saturday and Sunday August 15th & 16th 2020

Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm both days

Location: Chicago, IL

Venue:  HYATT REGENCY O’HARE CHICAGO, 9300 Bryn Mawr Ave, Rosemont, IL 60018; Discounted overnight rooms starting at $139/night;  Cut-off date for reservations is 7/24/2020Booking Link:  https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/group-booking/CHIRO/G-CMTW

Pending 14 California CEUs, Category 1, CEP#1441

Approved for 14 NCCAOM PDAs (7 for AOM-BIO,  7 for PE-CW)


Please note, this seminar does NOT include EXSTORE.  For EXSTORE®, Electro-acupuncture, and the first group of motor points.  We have two dates for that seminars available in 2020:

Austin January 17th-19th: Sold out

Chicago June 12th-14th: Click HERE

Course Outline:
•2 Day Course: 9:00am – 5:00pm both days
•Group 2 of motor points (additional 40+)
•60 min lunch and two 10 minute breaks

Day 1: 40 motor points electrically stimulated
Day 2: Learning 9 soft tissue release techniques

DAY 1
Motor point list:  Serratus anterior • levator scapula • subscapularis • masseter • temporalis • middle/lower trapezius • scalene (brach plex), cervical facet pecking•semispinalis cervicis • supinator • anconeus • erector spinae • iliacus • supraspinatus • abductor hallicis • adductor hallicis • internal/external oblique • transverse abdominus • rectus abdom (2) • popliteus • gastrocnemius (2) • tibialis anterior• peroneus tertius • quadatus femoris • latissimus dorsi • superior oblique, opp poll, abduct poll, flex poll, pect major (2)

DAY 2 (9 manual muscle/joint release)

  • neck: supraspinatus/levator scapula
    •neck: seated zygopophaseal joint capsule release
    •shoulder: posterior capsule of shoulder
    •shoulder: sub-coracoid high traffic release
    •wrist/elbow: flexor forearm release
    •lowback/hip: psoas/QL release
    •low back/hip: side-laying ischial tuberosity
    •low back/hip: supine adductor magnus release
    •low back/buttocks: prone gluteus maximus release
  • Multifidii release:  A modification on a technique Anthony learned some time ago, and he modified based on his clinical experience.  This technique helps treat ongoing low back pain and stenosis and differentiates pain from disc vs non-disc when the SLR is below 20 degrees.  By releasing the multifidus muscles more space is created within the spinal column because it is attached to the ligamentum flavum.  This is a new addition to the soft tissue courses in 2020, and will be taught in the NYC and Chicago seminars.

Suggested supplies: Pointer hand-help e-stim unit (we will have some there but best to have your own)

Please bring loose fitting clothing

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 08/15/2020 - 08/16/2020
9:00 am

Location
Hyatt Regency O'Hare Chicago,
9300 Bryn Mawr Ave,
Rosemont, IL

Categories No Categories


Member Price: Individual Seminar discount code or bundle price please log in

Non-Member Registration: https://acuvids.com/product/how-to-restore-muscular-strength-movement-using-acupuncture-motor-points-manual-soft-tissue-release-august-15th-16th-2020-chicago-il/

Course title:  How To Restore Muscular Strength/Movement Using Acupuncture Motor Points & Manual Soft Tissue Release

Dates:  Saturday and Sunday August 15th & 16th 2020

Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm both days

Location: Chicago, IL

Venue:  HYATT REGENCY O’HARE CHICAGO, 9300 Bryn Mawr Ave, Rosemont, IL 60018; Discounted overnight rooms starting at $139/night;  Cut-off date for reservations is 7/24/2020Booking Link:  https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/group-booking/CHIRO/G-CMTW

Pending 14 California CEUs, Category 1, CEP#1441

Approved for 14 NCCAOM PDAs (7 for AOM-BIO,  7 for PE-CW)


Please note, this seminar does NOT include EXSTORE.  For EXSTORE®, Electro-acupuncture, and the first group of motor points.  We have two dates for that seminars available in 2020:

Austin January 17th-19th: Sold out

Chicago June 12th-14th: Click HERE

Course Outline:
•2 Day Course: 9:00am – 5:00pm both days
•Group 2 of motor points (additional 40+)
•60 min lunch and two 10 minute breaks

Day 1: 40 motor points electrically stimulated
Day 2: Learning 9 soft tissue release techniques

DAY 1
Motor point list:  Serratus anterior • levator scapula • subscapularis • masseter • temporalis • middle/lower trapezius • scalene (brach plex), cervical facet pecking•semispinalis cervicis • supinator • anconeus • erector spinae • iliacus • supraspinatus • abductor hallicis • adductor hallicis • internal/external oblique • transverse abdominus • rectus abdom (2) • popliteus • gastrocnemius (2) • tibialis anterior• peroneus tertius • quadatus femoris • latissimus dorsi • superior oblique, opp poll, abduct poll, flex poll, pect major (2)

DAY 2 (9 manual muscle/joint release)

  • neck: supraspinatus/levator scapula
    •neck: seated zygopophaseal joint capsule release
    •shoulder: posterior capsule of shoulder
    •shoulder: sub-coracoid high traffic release
    •wrist/elbow: flexor forearm release
    •lowback/hip: psoas/QL release
    •low back/hip: side-laying ischial tuberosity
    •low back/hip: supine adductor magnus release
    •low back/buttocks: prone gluteus maximus release
  • Multifidii release:  A modification on a technique Anthony learned some time ago, and he modified based on his clinical experience.  This technique helps treat ongoing low back pain and stenosis and differentiates pain from disc vs non-disc when the SLR is below 20 degrees.  By releasing the multifidus muscles more space is created within the spinal column because it is attached to the ligamentum flavum.  This is a new addition to the soft tissue courses in 2020, and will be taught in the NYC and Chicago seminars.

Suggested supplies: Pointer hand-help e-stim unit (we will have some there but best to have your own)

Please bring loose fitting clothing