Workshop: Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy - Emphasis on Musician Injuries (3 Free CEUs)

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August 28, 2011, 6:30 pm–9:30 pm

The East Meets West Holistic Education Center
4825 Trousdale Drive
Suite 219
Nashville, TN 37220

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Nashville Myofascial Trigger Point Release for Musicians
August 27 - 29, 2011


Sharon Sauer is a Nationally Board Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist who specializes in the elimination of pain and dysfunction. She will be coming to Nashville Aug 27-29, to share proven Myofascial Trigger Point techniques with members of the local pain therapy community as well as to treat local patients struggling with repetitive use injuries -- including musicians, massage therapists, chiropractors, and other body workers.

Sharon's deep interest in helping both communities because she implicitly understands their needs and the risks of repetitive. She has been treating patients for more than 20 years and has played the guitar most of her life.

During Sharon's visit, she will also be presenting a complimentary 3-hour introduction to Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy. This is a great opportunity to learn about the technique, pick up several useful treatment tips, see the value of this type of therapy in a clinical setting, and earn some CEUs -- all for FREE. 

To register for the workshop or to book a therapy session, please see the details provided below. 



More About The FREE Workshop ....

The workshop will demonstrate how repetitive over-use and under-use of muscles can lead to chronic pain and dysfunction in the head, neck, hands, arms , shoulders and other muscles of musicians. Therapeutic techniques as well as  self-care exercises will be demonstrated during this overview workshop -- so you'll leave equipped with knowledge and few tricks to address your patients' needs as well as your own repetitive use pain. 

Plus ...

  • You will learn how trigger points develop, and how they can refer pain to different areas of the body so that it becomes necessary to treat areas other than where the pain is felt. An example is hand and wrist pain which is often caused by trigger points in the scalene muscles along the side of the neck.

  • You'll earn 3 NCBTMB-approved Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for FREE (an $80 value)

  • The introductory workshop is the prerequisite for all other MYO Training courses. Attending this session will save you time and money if you decide to explore future courses in Myofascial Trigger Point therapy.  (We'll be returning in the coming months with training on Low Back, Shoulder, Forearm, and Head/Neck.)


The workshop is open to both health care professionals who treat musicians as well as musicians and the general public.  Please join us!

Sunday, August 28th
630pm to 930pm

The East Meets West Holistic Education Center
4825 Trousdale Drive
Suite 219
Nashville, TN 37220

To register for the workshop, contact Jenn Nguyen at 773-470-7497 or n.t.jenn@gmail.com


More About Booking A Therapy Session ...
During her time in Nashville, Sharon will be evaluating and treating patients and helping them develop an ongoing treatment plan.

If you are struggling with repetitive use injuries, sports injuries or other stubborn pain and dysfunction, we'd love to work with you.

          Appointments available Sat Aug 27, Sun Aug 28 and Mon Aug 29.

          Appointments held at The East Meets West Holistic Education Center
          4825 Trousdale Drive
          Suite 219
          Nashville, TN 37220

To book an appointment, contact Jenn Nguyen at 773-470-7497 or n.t.jenn@gmail.com



More About The MYO Pain Relief Center ...
The staff of MYO, LLC are among the most experienced Myofascial Trigger Point practitioners in the country.  They have treated members of the Chicago Bears, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Lyric Opera as well as well known musicians including Robert Plant and Muriel Anderson. Their work is based on the research of the Dr. Janet Travell (personal physician to President Kennedy) and the Dr. David Simons.

Sharon Sauer is a co-author of Trigger Point Therapy for Low Back Pain, a book published by New Harbinger in April of 2010 (Japanese and Korean translations are being published this year).


To receive ongoing updates about myofascial therapy sessions, the free workshop, and self-care tips & tricks -- before, during and after Sharon's trip -- please join our MYO Pain Relief Center - Nashville group on Facebook.
  If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.


Be pain-free and fully functioning,
MYO Pain Relief Center

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Sharon Sauer CMTPT
Co-Director, MYO Pain Relief Center
773-771-6296 cell
773-583-4145 office
sharon@myopain.com
www.myopain.com

Jenn Nguyen
Scheduling Coordinator
773-470-7497
n.t.jenn@gmail.com

Tags: CEUs, massage, Massage techniques, myofascial education, NCBTMB Approved, trigger point therapy

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