Elevate Your Experience With Pre- and Post-Convention Workshops!
AMTA’s National Convention offers a full spectrum of education to earn CEs. Convention opens with intensive pre-convention workshops on Wednesday, October 3, and closes with post-convention sessions and the Raleigh immersion event on Sunday, October 7. Earn more CEs and increase your skill set!
Come early for our pre-convention education sessions:
Clinical Orthopedic Massage Techniques for the Neck, on Wednesday, October 3, 8am-5pm: 8 CEs.
This hands-on workshop will cover the major clinical orthopedic assessment and treatment techniques for the neck: orthopedic assessment tests, body mechanics for deep tissue work into the posterior neck, how to work the anterior neck, and advanced stretching techniques (multiplanar, CR/PNF, AC, and pin and stretch).
AMTA Fascial Therapy Continuing Education Program, Part Two, on Wednesday, October 3, 8am-5pm: 8 CEs.
This face-to-face workshop is the second portion of AMTA’s Fascial Therapy Continuing Education Program. This session will build upon the materials presented in the printed Fundamentals of Fascial Therapy workbook, and attendees will see fascial therapy techniques demonstrated and have the opportunity to learn or refine these techniques. Registration is required.
Extend your stay for our post-convention education:
Raleigh Immersion Event: Duke Integrative Medicine Tour on Sunday, October 7, 8:30am–noon: 1.5 CEs.
Duke Integrative Medicine is committed to transforming the way health care is delivered in the 21st century. Informed by rigorous academic research and education, their expert providers integrate the best of Western scientific medicine with proven complementary therapies to address the whole person—body, mind, spirit and community. This tour provides an in-depth look at a leader in patient-centered care.
Massage Therapy Foundation Post-Convention Workshop: The Assessment and Treatment of the Most Common Cervical Injuries on either Sunday, October 7, 12:30pm–5:30pm; or Monday, October 8, 8:30 am–4:30pm: 12 CEs.
This workshop presents an orthopedic massage-based approach to neck pain. In addition to covering the essential principles of pain and injury, the training provides instruction in anatomy, assessment tests, treatment techniques, and client home exercises for the most commonly injured structures in the cervical area. Participants will learn about the anatomy relevant to the most common neck injuries and the causes and mechanisms of these injuries.
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