Kinetic Musculo-Rehab Technique
The basis of Kinetic Musculorehab Technique is a therapeutic modality that can be used by any profession dealing with biomechanical dysfunctions of the muscular system. When it comes to this type of trauma, all muscles respond the exact same way. They contract. If the muscles are contracted, the individual loses not only range of motion, but also muscle strength. The basis of Kinetic Musculorehab Technique is to learn how to treat muscles using their plane of action. This course teaches how to merge passive range of motion with other muscle release techniques allowing relief from pain through the elongation of the muscle fibers. This technique helps in breaking apart adhesion and scar tissue that limit muscle flexibility and length. By including ROM with treatment, you will be able to use less pressure and get the desired results. We will be covering common muscular injuries such as Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Golfer’s/Tennis Elbow, Rotator Cuff issues among others.
Craig Knowles has been a massage therapist since 1996, and was Nationally Certified in 2000, and attained his Board Certification in 2014 from NCBTMB. Appointed to the Georgia Board of Massage Therapy in 2013, he currently serves as Chair and School Cognizant. Prior to this he served on the AMTA government relations committee for the state of Georgia, and volunteered for a decade with NCBTMB in support of exam development, ethics and standards. He was recently awarded the AMTA Georgia Chapter Humanitarian Service Award. Craig is as passionate about massage therapy as he is about professionalism, and has continuously inspired students over the span of 20 years as an educator, and extended the impact of his reach through 15 years of dedicated volunteering.
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