NAT Trigger Point Course - Trigger Point Theory (1.5 CEU's)
The text includes:
Myofascia; Embryology of fascia; Trigger Point Characteristics; Referred Pain Patterns; Physiology of trigger Points; Physiology of Movement; Muscle Morphology; Peripheral and Central Sensitization; Trigger Point Formation and Posture; Lifestyle and Diet; Differential Diagnosis; Trigger Point Classification; Reciprocal Inhibition; Neuroplastic Trigger Point Hypothesis; Treating Trigger Points in Reverse; NAT Theory; Complexity Theory; Super Trigger points
Trigger Point Theory course Text (with accompanying video classes presented by Dr. Jonathan Kuttner MD).
Full colour illustrations
Easy "Quick Reference" formatClick here for Sample Pages
Online Exams and Certification
Online Exam comprising multiple choice questions
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See table below for other CEU accreditationsExam does not need to be completed in any one sitting. You may save your answers as you go along and return to continue at any time - internet connection required
Complete and submit online reflective learning paper (multiple choice / QA format) for NAT certification (included).
|Massage Therapists & Bodyworkers (NCBTMB)||1.5 CEUs|
|Massage Therapists (MMA - formerly AAMT)||10 CPE|
|Massage Therapists (MTAM)||5 CEUs|
|Massage Therapists (RMTA - Alberta)||0.75 CEC|
Note: If you are unsure that the new skills taught in this course are within your scope of practice, please check with your local licensing board.
Trigger Point Theory - NAT Foundation Course includes lifetime access to all online course assets (video classes, course text, exam, certification). All course assets may be accessed online via any device or downloaded.
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