Functional Methods for Manual Therapy: Assessments & Treatments - Module 1
Thursday, February 23, 2017 9:00 AM PDT to Saturday, February 25, 2017
Category: CE Courses
February 23-25, 2017
$490.00 if paid by or before January 23, 2017; $510 if paid after January 23, 2017
Registration Process: To reserve a space you will need to provide us: mailing address, contact telephone number, email address, a copy of your current Declaration of Malpractice Insurance and full tuition (check or credit cards accepted). Confirmation is sent upon receipt of tuition.
541-689-1515 – 9.00am to 3.00pm pacific time
Instructor: Jeffrey Burch
IASI CE Credits: Category 1 - 18 Credits/Hours per Module
Learn a dozen different assessment methods and how to compare their results to find the best place to work in a clients body at any given moment. Learn more than a dozen treatment methods, with sub-variations totaling dozens of methods. In the uniqueness and complexity of our clients/patients, each functional method provides another potential avenue to normalize tight or lax tissue in the body. Skill in this full scope of assessment and treatment methods dramatically increases the number of keys on a practitioner's ring to unlock well-being for a wide range of client situations. Individual methods are powerful in themselves and they can be combined to give more variations and stronger effects. Learning all the methods and how they relate to each other will give you a much fuller understanding of how the body changes with functional methods. You will then be able to mix & match techniques to address a wide range of situations. See the full course description for more information.See the full course description for more information. Check out the instructors website for more information.
Jeffrey Burch received a biology BA in from the University of Oregon in 1975, then Rolfing Certification Rolfer in 1977, and Advanced Certification in 1990. Returning to University of Oregon, he earned a Psychology BA 1993 and a Counseling Masters in 1995; thesis on psychosomatic conditions. He then studied Visceral Manipulation with Jean-Pierre Barral and associates to the Instructor level, but is no longer associated with the Barral Institute. Jeffrey studied Cranial manipulation in several schools.
Jeffrey Burch practices in Eugene & Portland Oregon and offers classes at several locations in the US. He has developed original assessment and treatment methods.