The basis of Kinetic Musculorehab Technique is a modality that can be used by and profession that deals with biomechanical dysfunctions of the muscular system. When it comes to this type of trauma, all muscles respond the exact same way. They contract. If the muscles are contracted, the individual losses not only range of motion, but also muscle strength. The basis of Kinetic Musculorehab Technique is to learn how to treat muscles using their plane of action. This course teaches how to merge passive range of motion with other muscle release techniques allowing relief from pain through the elongation of the muscle fibers. This technique helps in breaking apart adhesion and scar tissue that limit muscle flexibility and length. By including ROM with treatment, you will be able to use less pressure and get the desired results.
We will be covering common muscular injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Pronator Teres Syndrome, Adhesive Capsulitis, Golfer’s/Tennis Elbow, among others. This course will be 12 hours and cover two days.