Manual Therapy is a specialized treatment approach that consists of hands-on techniques including joint mobilization, massage, and other interventions designed to mobilize joints, activate muscles, connective tissues, and stimulate nerves in order to facilitate healing and restore optimal function. This program is designed to teach canine rehabilitation practitioners’ canine peripheral joint and spinal biomechanics, and manual therapy techniques inclusive of joint mobilization, massage, and range of motion. Our courses are designed to provide clinicians with practical techniques that will change the way they practice and help patients achieve maximal outcomes.
This course is Part II in the CCMT program.
|Instructor(s)||David Levine, Debbie (Gross) Torraca, Matthew Brunke|
At the completion of this program, students will be able to:
Completion of CCMT I online.
Outline details coming soon...