Chronic Myofascial Pain and Sensitisation
Date: 1-2 April 2017
Presented By: Jay Shah
Early bird available
Chronic Myofasical Pain and Sensitisation: Intergrating Objective Physical findings with Pain Mechanisms and Dry Needling Strategies
This comprehensive two-day workshop will combine didactic presentations with practical hands-on assessment and treatment techniques. We will explore the dynamic and pivotal roles that myofascial trigger points (MTrPs), sensitization, limbic system dysfunction and objective physical findings play in the evaluation and management of chronic myofascial pain and dysfunction.
15 CPD Hours
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