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Lane County Massage & Bodywork Association

  • 03 Mar 2014
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • LCC Downtown, 101 W. 10th Avenue, Room 108
Common Problems, Uncommon Solutions with Carrie Lenart, LMT and Keith Blackwell, PT
 
We will explore some common discomforts that lead people to therapy, and the often overlooked systems that may be the cause of the pain. Our goal is to bring awareness to the visceral and nervous systems of the body, an often overlooked approach.  We will be teaching simple differentiation techniques that will improve practitioner's confidence that they are treating the problem, and not just the symptom.

Keith has been a Physical Therapist for 25 years. He specializes in treating acute and chronic musculoskeletal disorders.  Carrie has been loving her work as a self employed LMT for 13 years and teaching yoga for the last 3 years.

The meeting will be from 6:30 - 8:30 pm and participants are eligible for 2 hours of CEU's. Anyone can attend the meeting for free, however, to receive the CEU's there is a $5 fee for OMTA members and a $10 fee for nonmembers.  Remember to bring cash or a check!  We cannot accept credit cards at this time.**

We try to end the meeting at 8:30 pm and then have a period of time to network when we are done presenting. Please feel free to bring your own snacks/dinner with you. 

We are located in Lane's New Downtown Center across from the public library at 101 W. 10 Street.  We will be meeting in room 108.

If you would like to present (approx. 90 minutes), or know someone who might - please contact Amy Lee at leea@lanecc.edu.
 

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