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.