Massage Techniques for the Health Fair Setting #1 - Lower Body. (LMTs)
4 CEs FREE!
When: Saturday, May 12th, 2018 7:30am – 11:30am (Instruction 7:30 - 9 am; Practicum 9 - 11:30am)
Where: Guthrie Gallop Massage Tent in Howard Elmer Park near Sayre Theatre, Elmer Av, Sayre, PA
Specifics: Class members should come prepared to practice and are encouraged to register with friends. The massage will be conducted over clothing. The massage team works in pairs offering 4-hand massage techniques and assisted stretching.
***Please wear a black or navy shirt and your professional nametag.
Instructor: Beth Fisher RN, M.ED, LMT, ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist
NCBTMB Approved Provider #451913-12
Proceeds from the Guthrie Gallop benefit Guthrie's Sports Medicine Fund to be used for projects that educate, prevent and treat sports related injuries. www.guthrie.org/sportsmed
Soft tissue injuries, chronic pain and other musculoskeletal (MSK) related disorders top the list of healthcare expenditures. Overuse, inactivity, previous injuries and aging all potentially contribute to the development of muscle pain. Soft tissue massage and stretching offers a non-drug intervention that is within the scope of nursing practice.
- Become familiar with the benefits of and contraindications for common styles of massage therapy.
- Be able to demonstrate basic massage techniques to promote relaxation and improve range of motion that can be utilized in nursing practice.
- State the difference between static stretching and Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) and be able to demonstrate at least 2 AIS movements to increase ROM in the lower extremities.
- Explain how MCE (Movement/Compression/Elevation) may be superior to RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation)
- Discuss the physiology of Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness
There is no charge for this program. To register, contact Beth Fisher at email@example.com / phone 570-596-4396
For LMTs, this CE seminar is approved by NCBTMB and is also an approved New York CE Sponsored course. Although the seminar will be held in Pennsylvania, New York LMTs can participate because, while in the class, they are considered students.