Upper Thoracic, Cervical and Clavicular Balancing

Upper Thoracic, Cervical and Clavicular Balancing

 

Arthrokinetic  Therapy

Victoria May 28th, 29th

Instructor: Mike Dixon RMT has been practicing Massage Therapist for 30 years and teaching Massage Therapy to both undergraduates and postgraduates for 22 years. He has taught over 2500 Massage Therapist and Naturopathic Doctors combined.

Come learn how to effectively treat such conditions as Cervical nerve root stenosis, Whiplash, Nerve entrapments, TOS, upper thoracic and cervical subluxations which lead to somatic dysfunctions.

“So informative, with clear instructions and demos, lots of hands on” Susan Ruth RMT
For more information please visit www.arthrokinetic.com or email me at [email protected]
 100% money back guarantee if not completely satisfied.
 $50 Early registration discount (one month before)
Option one: Register online at www.arthrokinetic.com .
Option two. Fill out this form and mail it in to the address below.
14 CECs Don’t wait till year two to start getting your credits.
Seating is limited
This course will fill up, so reserve your educational experience today!
Join Mike Dixon for a Fun and Educational Weekend! Investment $349 plus GST =$366.45 till April 29th (Victoria Only) Add $50.00 thereafter =$418.95
Payable to Arthrokinetic Therapy

Improve your orthopedic assessment, differential diagnosis, and clinical thinking skills  Learn new techniques and improve your manual skills.  Get a new lease on your practice.
Late cancellation subject to administration fee of $100. (one week or less) No refunds less than 24 hours prior to the course starting

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