Anatomy of Pain - Trigger Point Master Course (9 CEU's)
Trigger Point Therapy Certification Course
This nationally accredited Trigger Point Master course has been completely updated with current research, evidence, and over 100 advanced treatment protocols.
The course text provides a comprehensive guide to trigger points in all main muscles, including fully illustrated presentations of trigger point sites, pain maps, and recommended Niel Asher techniques.
The results of a study published in the International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine (11/2014) showed the Niel Asher Trigger Point Technique (NAT) to be autonomously reproducible and suitable for remote learning.
NAT Trigger Point Master Course + Exam Pack + Online Exams + NAT Level 1 Certification.
Over 2 hours of video tutorials
Accepted professions include massage therapist; sports massage therapist; remedial massage therapist; physical therapist; physical therapist assistant; athletic trainer (US); chiropractor; acupuncturist; osteopath; registered nurse; occupational therapist; OTA, MD.
Physical Therapists / PTA's
|16 Contact Hrs / 1.6 CEU's|
|Massage Therapists & Bodyworkers (NCBTMB)||9 CEU's|
|Massage Therapists (AAMT)||10 CEU's|
|Massage Therapists (MTAM)||10 CEU's|
|Manual Therapists (UK)||20 Hrs|
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NAT Certification Included
"So informative and clearly spelled out. This trigger point course has taken my massages to the next level. Highly recommend the Neil Asher CE packs!"
Jordan Addleman, Licensed Massage Therapist, Virginia
Anatomy of Pain - Trigger Point Master Course:
About the Author
Simeon Asher was voted one of London's top 10 osteopath's by the London Evening Standard Newspaper. Simeon is a practicing osteopath who has been studying, researching, and teaching trigger point therapy for the last two decades. Simeon is the author of a number of best selling books and courses on trigger point therapy and is a regular guest lecturer in the UK, Europe, Scandinavia, and South America.
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