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OMTA Spring Conference on the Coast featuring Jeffrey Burch on Understanding Joint Instability

  • 29 Apr 2017
  • 30 Apr 2017
  • 2 sessions
  • 29 Apr 2017, 7:00 PM 9:00 PM
  • 30 Apr 2017, 9:00 AM 5:00 PM
  • Oregon Coast, Newport Oregon - Shilo Inn
  • 85

Registration

  • Registration Check-in Social appitizers included
    7 CE hours Beverages, Breakfast and Lunch included
  • Registration Check-in Social appitizers included
    7 CE hours Beverages, Breakfast and Lunch included

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OMTA Spring Conference on the Coast featuring Jeffrey Burch on Understanding Joint Instability

Jeffrey Burch practices in both Eugene & Portland, and offers classes in Eugene and other locations across America.  A Certified Advanced Rolfer™, Jeffrey has extensively studied and integrated into his Hands-On Therapies both Cranial Manipulation and Visceral Manipulation. He has developed groundbreaking new joint mobilization methods. This is a special opportunity to get low cost continuing education from one of America's best massage teachers.

Learning objectives: distinguish different types of joint instability, understand how instability relates to laxity and fibrosity, recognize which variants of instability may be helped with bodywork and when referral may be indicated, recognize which variants of instability may be improved with exercise, movement awareness education, prolotherapy, or surgery.

Register at www.omta.net. For more info, call 541-579-4911. Come at 7 pm on Saturday, April 29 for our meet and greet. Mention OMTA and get a special rate at the Shiloh Inn. A
continental breakfast and full lunch is included in the price.

9am-5 pm, Sunday, April 30, Shiloh Inn, Newport, Oregon

Seven contact hours of Continuing Education $99 for OMTA members, $129 non-members

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