Nerve Mobilization Massage Certificate Course

Learn a more modern and very effective approach to Massage and Manual Therapy working with the nervous system (2 CEUs)
Nerve Mobilization Massage Certificate Course
File Size :
2.04 GB
Total length :
1h 51m



Michael Eric Everson


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Nerve Mobilization Massage Certificate Course

What you’ll learn

To learn about the nerves of the body and how they can relate to pain
Techniques for all over the body that will give you a whole new skillset for your practice
You will know the benefits of Nerve Mobilization Massage and what conditions it can treat effectively
A unique skillset that will set you apart and help your clients

Nerve Mobilization Massage Certificate Course


Some hands on therapy background


In this Online Nerve Mobilization Massage Course, Mike Everson, Manual Osteopath, Registered Massage Therapist and Yoga Teacher will guide you through how to deliver Massage Therapy with the intention of working with the nervous system for some extremely common pain patterns every manual therapist will see. Nerve Mobilization identifies and releases local nerve restrictions while at the same time examines the effect these local fixations have on the rest of the body, and by looking at this relationship, you can resolve dysfunctional patterns that can arise in the body. A nerve only functions properly when it is able to move freely within its surrounding structures. Nerve Mobilization Massage Therapy facilitates nerve conductivity and improved blood supply for the nerves locally and systemically. By understanding the detailed anatomy and proper techniques to treat the nervous system manually, one can clearly see the potential for pathological change when nerve restriction is reduced.You can study and complete this entire course in the comfort of your own home with lifetime access to the videos in case you need to go back, review and re-inspire yourself!In this massage course you are going to learn how to: > How to treat the most common painful conditions in the body> Learn about the nervous system from head to toe > How to release pain with Nerve Mobilization Techniques > Explore the theory of Nerve Mobilization Massage Therapy Nerve Mobilization is a holistic treatment that works to fix imbalances in the body. This unique technique assists the body in releasing restrictions and restoring balance. Patients experience improvements in not only their pain and dysfunction, but in their overall well-being.Enroll now! Grow your knowledge base and practice today!* Accredited for 2 CEUs through the NCBTMB


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Section 2: Overview of the Nervous System

Lecture 2 Nervous System Overview

Section 3: Nervous System Concepts

Lecture 3 Nervous System Concepts

Section 4: Nervous System Connection to the Musculoskeletal System

Lecture 4 Connecting the Nervous System with the Musculoskeletal System

Section 5: The Influence of Breath on the Nervous System

Lecture 5 Breaths Influence on the Nervous System

Section 6: Treatments

Lecture 6 The Foot and The Baxter Nerve

Lecture 7 The Ankle

Lecture 8 Pain on the Kneecap

Lecture 9 Pain Behind the Knee

Lecture 10 Peroneal Nerve Entrapment

Lecture 11 Posterior Lower Leg

Lecture 12 Hamstring Syndrome

Lecture 13 Quads

Lecture 14 Adductors and Obturator Nerve

Lecture 15 Sacral Glute Pain

Lecture 16 Pain in the Hip

Lecture 17 Anterior Hip Pain

Lecture 18 Low Back Pain

Lecture 19 Thoracic and Lumbar Nerves

Lecture 20 Pain in the Shoulder

Lecture 21 Axillary Nerve

Lecture 22 Restricted Shoulder Abduction

Lecture 23 Chest Pain and Tension

Lecture 24 Radial/Medial/Ulnar Nerves

Lecture 25 Pain in Neck and Headaches

Lecture 26 Lesser Occipital and Greater Auricular Nerve

Section 7: Conclusion

Lecture 27 Conclusion

Massage Therapists,Physiotherapists,Chiropractors,Osteopaths,Bodyworkers,Personal Trainer,Acupuncturists,Enthusiasts

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 1h 51m | 2.04 GB
Created by: Michael Eric Everson

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