Finch Therapy Training 2017-12-13T04:15:14+00:00

FINCH THERAPY

TRAINING COURSES

To be a qualified Finch Therapy you are required to attend an 8 day training program.

You must already be a registered health practitioner.

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FINCH THERAPY

TRAINING COURSES

To be a qualified Finch Therapy you are required to attend an 8 day training program.

You must already be a registered health practitioner.

Join Mailing List

FINCH THERAPY COURSES

Finch Therapy modules are designed to take the manual therapist to a new dimension of soft tissue therapy for the treatment of chronic neuro-musculoskeletal pain.

Advanced Musculoskeletal Therapy for Chronic Pain

This course is a  4 module course (run over 8 days)

The main focus of our 4 module course will be on the muscle – fascia connection and its influence on joint hypomobility (particularly the pelvis, spine and ribs).

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Specific Orthopaedic Assessment Techniques

Using Finch Therapy as part of your clinic treatment allows you to make instant changes to joint function and muscular pain, muscle length and strength (with the added benefit of being able to sustain the results).  In this course you learn how to realign the body (including pelvic rotations, lateral pelvic tilt and functional leg length differences) through the use of neuromuscular activations (low load muscle contractions).

Finch Therapy can be used as a stand alone treatment or incorporated into your existing modality.

Specific Orthopaedic Assessment Techniques will be covered along with how to interpret that information into a useable treatment format to gain maximum results. Learn how to improve spine, facet joint and costotransverse hypomobility (ribs), with the interaction of myofascial slings and Finch Therapy’s unique muscle activation techniques.

Finch Therapy provides the key to correcting joint stiffness (without the use of traditional mobilisation or manipulation methods).  Minimal physical effort is required by the therapist ensuring longevity of your career. Module 1 will be an eye opener to the results that can be achieved by engaging the nervous system to do the work for you.  Regardless of your field, massage, physio, osteopath, doctor etc, you will be able to take away many tools to use in your practice to decrease pain rapidly.

Finch Therapy can be used as a stand alone treatment or incorporated into your existing modality. This 8 day course will demonstrate how facet joint and rib hypomobility can be used as an assessment tool to identify and recognise predictable pathways of muscle involvement.  This ensures accuracy of treatment with maximum results. For example:  C2 facet hypomobility can be caused by neuromuscular disturbance of gluteus medius when associated with a common pelvic faulty postural alignment.

Finch Therapy can be used as a stand alone treatment or incorporated into your existing modality.

Specific Orthopaedic Assessment Techniques will be covered along with how to interpret that information into a useable treatment format to gain maximum results. Learn how to improve spine, facet joint and costotransverse hypomobility (ribs), with the interaction of myofascial slings and Finch Therapy’s unique muscle activation techniques.

Finch Therapy provides the key to correcting joint stiffness (without the use of traditional mobilisation or manipulation methods).  Minimal physical effort is required by the therapist ensuring longevity of your career. Module 1 will be an eye opener to the results that can be achieved by engaging the nervous system to do the work for you.  Regardless of your field, massage, physio, osteopath, doctor etc, you will be able to take away many tools to use in your practice to decrease pain rapidly.

Finch Therapy can be used as a stand alone treatment or incorporated into your existing modality. This 8 day course will demonstrate how facet joint and rib hypomobility can be used as an assessment tool to identify and recognise predictable pathways of muscle involvement.  This ensures accuracy of treatment with maximum results. For example:  C2 facet hypomobility can be caused by neuromuscular disturbance of gluteus medius when associated with a common pelvic faulty postural alignment.

How to become Finch Therapy trained

First thing to do is join our mailing list so when new courses are released you will be notified.  All Finch Therapy courses have small numbers ensuring greater supervision and hands-on experience.  Registrations are strictly on a ‘first-in’ basis.

To be a qualified Finch Therapy you are required to attend an 8 day training program (usually over 4 weekends).  You must already be a registered health practitioner.

Fill in the form below to join our MAILING LIST

How to become Finch Therapy trained

First thing to do is join our mailing list so when new courses are released you will be notified.  All Finch Therapy courses have small numbers ensuring greater supervision and hands-on experience.  Registrations are strictly on a ‘first-in’ basis.

To be a qualified Finch Therapy you are required to attend an 8 day training program (usually over 4 weekends).  You must already be a registered health practitioner.

Fill in the form below to join our MAILING LIST

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Do I have to complete all four modules to be recognised as a Finch Therapist? 2017-05-17T03:58:27+00:00

The treatment process involves everything learnt in all four modules. Not to have all the tools of the trade could lead to inaccurate assessment and poor treatment outcomes. Different assessments techniques are covered in each modules.

Can I complete the modules over 8 consecutive days? 2017-05-17T04:00:51+00:00

To get the best possible results from completing the Finch Therapy modules, it is important to practice what is learnt from each module prior to progressing to the next module

Do I have to start at module 1 or can I start at one of the other modules? 2017-05-17T04:01:04+00:00

Module 1 is the foundation for all the other modules. It is necessary to complete this module first prior to progressing to the others. Each module advances from the previous module making it necessary to complete them in consecutive order.

Can I attend the modules if I don’t have any qualifications for treating musculoskeletal pain? 2017-05-17T04:01:15+00:00

NO. You need to be a qualified practitioner to complete Finch Therapy modules.

Can Finch Therapy be beneficial to athletes to help improve their performance? 2017-05-17T04:01:35+00:00

YES.  Not only is Finch Therapy utilised as a pain reduction therapy, it is also widely used as a performance enhancement tool.   This is achieved by aligning the body in its most optimum position.  As part of the Finch Therapy treatment we identify underactive muscles, switch them on through neuromuscular contractions.  This alleviates undue stress and strain on muscles, joints and nerves, allowing optimal function of strength and power.  Finch Therapy is widely used in the sporting arena for injury prevention and exercise performance

Can I implement Finch Therapy into my existing treatments? 2017-05-17T04:01:44+00:00

YES.  Finch Therapy is an extremely effective treatment when used as a stand-alone treatment, however, it can be incorporated into your existing treatments.

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