What is ATM? It is Assessment, Treatment, and Muscle
Stabilization plan. ATM helps you, the therapist, take
the guesswork out of assessing. It allows you to form
a proper treatment plan and teaches you how to help stabilize the client before sending them back out your door. Join us for this two day seminar and learn how
down the anatomy of an injury. Day one is all about upper body injuries and Day two is all about lower body injuries.
Become an even better Clinical Massage Therapist!
During this seminar we will reveal how sports injuries occur. The students will be able to assess an injury by using a functional movement screening. Participants will be able to apply muscle testing and assess joint range of motion for more objective findings.
In addition, students will be able to describe how eccentric, concentric, proprioception, and dynamic stability have effects on muscle tissue when overloaded during a sports injury. They will be able to understand which muscles play an important role in the mobility and stability of the joint being overloaded.
As a result of participation in this seminar, students will have an understanding of when to apply neuromuscular therapy, trigger point therapy, active isolated stretching, hot stones, massage cupping and isometric to help with the rehabilitation of an injury. The students will be able to describe the principles of rehabilitation and their role in the treatment of injuries.
The learning environment is limited to 20 students. This allows for plenty of personal questions and hands on time with the instructor.