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CE Classes

Classes offered to all manual therapists on integrative manual therapy, orthopedic massage and clinical sports massage. Students need to bring to class shorts/sport’s bra, table and massage license number.

Integrated Manual Therapy and Orthopedic Massage for Complicated Knee Conditions

(4 Hours)

 

This dynamic, multimedia presentation will review a structural and multidisciplinary approach for treating complicated knee conditions. Robert will be sharing cutting edge research on myofascial pain, scar tissue mobilization, trigger points, and joint pain.

 

Modalities used will be functional assessment, posturology, myofascial release, NMT, joint capsule work, myoskeletal alignment, and specific corrective stretching, and strengthening protocols for each clinical condition.

 

Participants will also be learning our revolutionary technique for addressing Patella femoral Pain, Patella Tendinosis, Chondromalacia, IT Band Friction Syndrome, Fixated Posterior Fibular Head Pain, Abnormal Knee Rotation, Medial & Lateral Collateral Ligament Sprains, Medial and Lateral Meniscus Tears, ACL & PCL Sprains, Popliteal Pain, Hamstring Strains and Plantaris Strains.

 

The key to this seminar is that all muscle groups that affect the hip and knee will be brought into balance prior to treating the clinical symptoms, and the client will be given custom designed self care for each specific condition, to eliminate pain forever. (70% Hands on training- Mats or tables required.)

 

Integrated Manual Therapy and Orthopedic Massage for Complicated Lower Extremity Conditions

(4 Hours)

 

Participants will use modalities such as functional assessment, posturology, myofascial release, neuromuscular therapy, scar tissue mobilization, myoskeletal alignment, and corrective stretching, and strengthening protocols, in a very precise order.

 

This unique multidisciplinary approach may eliminate even the most complicated pain conditions in the lower extremity immediately and permanently. Discover our cutting edge approach for immediate relief from muscle strains, sprains, myofascial pain, trigger points, and tendonitis. Empower the client to take responsibility of each condition by stretching shortened muscle groups and strengthening weak muscle groups.

 

This incredible multimedia presentation will take you inside the human body to thoroughly understand and eliminate conditions such as plantarfascial pain, Achilles tendinosis, posterior medial shin pain, anterior lateral shin pain, anterior lateral compartment syndrome, fallen arches, hyper-pronated feet, ankle sprains and strains, bunions, hammer toes, neuromas, and joint arthritis.

 

The highlight of this presentation will map out ascending syndromes, which can cause pain throughout the entire body due to abnormal foot strike.

 

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Robert Fiorentino is a Board Certified and New York State Sponsor approved Continuing Education Provider # 194 with National Certification Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB)

"Rob Fiorentino has been an essential part of the Clark Sports Center’s mission – take an active role in the health, fitness, recreational and educational life of the Village of Cooperstown and its surrounding area. … Rob has found a way to touch our members and aid them in their quest to lead healthy and active lives … Approximately 130 Clark Sports Center members have benefited from Rob’s seminars over the years. From those members, there has always been an overwhelming positive response. Through presentations, hands-on demonstrations and more, he has helped our members become more knowledgeable and responsible with their own bodies."

Emily Kishbaugh
Assistant Marketing Director at the Clark Sports Center (City, State)

Past Seminars

  • Clark Sports Center – 2013: “Stretch Your Way to a Healthy Lifestyle.” (a how to)
  • Clark Sports Center – 2014: “Structural Imbalances of the Body Explained.”
  • Clark Sports Center – 2015: “Spring Training: Transitioning from Indoor to Outdoor Activity.”