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Massage Continuing Education

Myofascial Release Seminars

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About this series of classes:

Well-known for his work in myofascial therapy, Dr. Jeff Rockwell has put together an extensive study behind Myofascial Release and specific problem solving solutions using Myofascial Release. Each module will focus on a different area of chronic problems and treatments for that area. This leading-edge series may be taken in full or as stand-alone modules as your practice and your clientele’s issues dictate.

Myofascial therapy for chronic shoulder problems
This would include an overview of the nature of myofascial pain and dysfunction, as well as specific treatments for rotator cuff injuries, chronic scar tissue related to acromio-clavicular separations, impingement syndrome, frozen shoulder syndrome, and balancing the scapula on the rib cage for improved shoulder function. 

Myofascial therapy for chronic pelvic and lower extremity problems
This would include an overview of the nature of myofascial pain and dysfunction as well as the treatment of postural problems related to the pelvis and lower extremities, such as anterior rotation of the pelvis, functional leg length inequality, sciatica, piriformis syndrome, orthopedic conditions of the knee, chronic sprained ankles, and functional problems of the arches of the feet. 

Myofascial therapy for chronic upper extremity problems
This would include an overview of the nature of myofascial pain and dysfunction as well as treatment of postural problems of the upper extremities and chest, such as medial rotation of the shoulders, protraction or retraction of the shoulders, winged scapulae, carpal tunnel syndrome, pronator teres syndrome, and tennis elbow and golfers elbow.

Myofascial therapy for chronic spinal pain
This would include an overview of the nature of myofascial pain and dysfunction as well as specific treatments for whiplash injuries, kyphosis of the thoracic spine, sway back of the lumbar spine, scoliosis, and disc pain.

An introduction to holistic cranial therapy
This would include an overview of the nature of myofascial pain and dysfunction as well as assessment and treatment of cranial-sacral dysfunction from a holistic perspective. This perspective includes a biomechanical, as well as a biodynamic and bioenergetic, approach to cranial work, and the treatment of common myofascial trigger points related to the cranial region. Conditions such as headaches and recovery from whiplash would be included.  

Instructor

Jeff Rockwell
 
Jeff Rockwell, DC - Dr. Jeff Rockwell, a 1986 graduate of Life University, currently has a private practice in California. Dr. Rockwell taught philosophy, technique, and the chiropractic sciences at Parker University from 1992-2002. For two decades, he has taught chiropractic and wellness philosophy as well as chiropractic and myofascial techniques for such prestigious schools as Logan College of Chiropractic, Allegany College of Maryland, Scherer’s Institute of Natural Healing in New Mexico, and the Massage Institute of Texas. In 2010, he joined the National Holistic Institute in California as an instructor encompassing classroom lecture, bodywork practice, cadaver labs, and somatic education. Dr. Rockwell writes a monthly column for The Chiropractic and serves as editor of The Journal of Subluxation Research. A much sought-after lecturer, a prolific writer, and an outstanding educator - Parker University is delighted to welcome Dr. Rockwell back to campus. 

Class Dates - There are no current dates set for this program.  Please check back often for updates.

Myofascial Therapy for Chronic Shoulder Problems 
Myofascial Therapy for Chronic Pelvic & Lower Extremity Problems 
Myofascial Therapy for Chronic Upper Extremity Problems
Myofascial Therapy for Chronic Spinal Pain
An Introduction to Holistic Cranial Therapy  

Class Hours

  • Saturday 9am – 6pm
  • Sunday 8am – noon 

CE Hours

  • DC - Application for 12 CE hours has been submitted to selected states. (Course not submitted to all states - please check the States Approved list at www.parker.edu or call the Continuing Education office to verify your state's status.)
  • LMT – 12 CE hours are available for Texas-licensed massage therapists 

Tuition per Session

DC/LMT

  • $320 paid more than one week in advance
  • $370 paid less than one week in advance
  • $415 paid on-site (cash is not accepted as on-site payment)

DC Student*

  • $165 paid more than one week in advance
  • $215 paid less than one week in advance
  • $250 paid on-site (cash is not accepted as on-site payment).

*DC Students must be Tri eligible to attend – must be Tri-5 or above prior to September1, 2012; after September 1, 2012 must be Tri-6 or above to participate. Massage students are not eligible to participate.  

Discounts

• 15% discount for Parker Alumni beginning January 1, 2013. (Available to DCs and Parker Alumni Association members only, not applicable to current students or Parker 1st year graduates.)
• 10% discount if ALL 5 modules are paid in advance of the first module. (Not applicable for current students or Parker 1st year graduates.) 
  
Cancellation Policy 

Location

Parker University campus
2540 Walnut Hill Lane
Dallas, TX 75229
800.266.4723


 

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