Over the next few months, things are going to get really tough for many therapists and I strongly feel that we all need to stick together to get through this time. I would like to play my part in helping Massage / Myotherapist by providing a large discount on my Online Professions Development Workshops.
Things will return back to normal soon enough. Our client will be desperate to see us and I'm sure we will all be very busy in our clinics again but until then we are all going to have to look out for each other.
Over the next few days if you purchase a full price workshop you will receive a 50% off code by email, allowing you to purchase any further workshops at 50% off.
You could do a full years education (4 workshops) for under $190 (normally $300)
The discount code will have an expiry date of a few days to give you time to make sure you get the workshops that are best suited for you.
This is by far the biggest discount I have ever offered, I may not be able to do it again but, while I can I hope this offer helps a few therapists out.
This offer expires on the 2/4/2020
This is a really interesting little read which challenges my original training on posture and it's relationship to pain. Over the past few years I have read more and more research backing up Todd's opinions in this blog and so I thought it would be great to share this with you.
In a typical working week, people spend on average 5 hours and 41 minutes per day sitting at their desk*. Having poor ergonomics at the desk can lead to pain in the neck, shoulder or back
Therefor having the correct workstation setup is critical.
You should be able to give simple advice on the correct desk setup.
I think one way that therapists can help clients with chronic pain is giving them a new way to frame past experiences of injury, and better ways to respond in an emotional intelligent way to new injuries.
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