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4th Annual International Soft Tissue Therapy Virtual Summit (12 November 2023)

4th Annual International Soft Tissue Therapy Virtual Summit (12 November 2023)

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Myofascial Techniques: Sciatica: A New Look
Presenter: Til Luchau (USA)
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (followed by 15 minutes of live Q and A with Til)

In this 1hr presentation, Til Luchau shares effective ways to assess and address sciatic pain. Drawing on up-to-date perspectives and recent research on pain and neuro-based inflammation, Til walks us through a relevant chapter from his best-selling Advanced Myofascial Techniques book, and shares valuable tips, clear concepts, spectacular 3D animations, and multiple hands-on techniques.

Integrated Manual Therapy and Orthopedic Massage for Complicated Cervical Conditions
Presenter: James Waslaski
12:45 PM - 1:45 PM (followed by 15 minutes of live Q and A with James) 

Imagine if you could restore normal muscle resting lengths to the major muscle groups in the cervical area of the body, and facilitate perfect alignment of the cervical spine. This dynamic multimedia presentation will give you a user-friendly approach to evaluate, treat and custom design a client self care program that can eliminate complicated cervical conditions forever.

You will learn functional assessment and special tests, myofascial and neuromuscular techniques, myoskeletal alignment techniques, scar tissue mobilization protocols, and specific stretches and therapeutic exercises to eliminate both the underlying cause, and clinical symptoms of the cervical pain and associated upper extremity numbness.

We will specifically cover Atlas/ Axis mobilization, whiplash, cervical sprains and strains, facet joint dysfunction, spinal stenosis, cervical shearing forces, joint capsule adhesions, degenerative disc conditions, bulging discs, spinal stenosis, and joint arthritis. Cutting edge clinical research will be shared throughout this workshop, to support our unique approach to myofascial pain, and muscle-tendon strain pain.

Techniques to calm down Cranky Carpals
Presenter: Robert Libby
1:55 PM - 2:30 PM 


Carpals can be stressful! 
If you are tired of chasing wrist pain and looking for a simpler way to treat carpal dysfunctions, then this course is for you! 

In this 30-minute course, you'll learn to recognize and effectively treat the Carpal Joint complex, and understand the neurological innervations, ligamentomuscular reflexes and common pain referral patterns. We will address the five burning questions that all patients have, and the seven effects of treatment.  By understanding the ligamentous/membranous connections and their influence on dysfunctions, you'll gain valuable insights and a wealth of knowledge and practical skills to transform your practice and drive positive patient outcomes.


Rob Granter’s Top 3 Techniques for treating functional restrictions of the Thoracic Spine
Presenter: Rob Granter
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM (followed by 15 minutes of live Q and A with Rob) 


This engaging presentation will focus on mounting a compelling case to put the assessment & treatment of the thoracic spine front and centre when treating and preventing a wide range of conditions such as, Cervical, Low Back, Upper and Lower limb pain.

Learning outcomes:
:: To gain an appreciation of the importance of a well functioning thoracic spine to ideal full body function.
:: To discuss methods to assess the function & dysfunction of the thoracic spine.
:: To discuss & demonstrate treatment techniques of the thoracic spine from a soft tissue perspective.
:: To discuss patient self mobilisation and strengthening techniques for the thoracic spine.

R.I.C.E is for eating ~ not recovery
Presenter: Aubrey Gowing
3:45 PM - 4:45 PM (followed by 15 minutes of live Q and A with Aubrey)



In this presentation, Aubrey will turn conventional wisdom of the treatment for acute injury on its head and debunk the use of the RICE protocol.

Aubrey will present evidence supporting a new approach, improving clinical outcomes, increasing the pace of recovery and reducing the risk of re-injury.

Learning outcomes:
As a result of this presentation, participants will be able to:
a) Describe the benefits and contra-indications to the application of ice.
b) List the steps and describe the purpose of the ‘ladder of recovery’
c) Describe the role of Muscles as primary stabilizers for synovial joints.

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