Dec
6
to Dec 9

Craniosacral Therapy: The 10 Step Process - A Neuroanatomy Approach

This course is taught by Michael J. Shea, PhD. 
Part Two- 26 continuing education hours
December 6 to 9, 2018
Thur.-Sat. 9am-5pm, Sun. 9am-3pm

This is a two-part course.
Participants must have completed Part One in July 2018.
A certificate from the Pinto-Shea Cranial Institute will be awarded upon completion.
The course fee is $750 for both parts. ($700 with a registration 30 day or more in advance.)

This training is a revision of traditional courses on the bones and membranes of the cranium. Students will learn a revised 10 step protocol used most frequently in worldwide research that proves the benefits of Craniosacral Therapy. Students will learn the current 10 step protocol that is most effective with their clients.

Course Objective
1. Techniques and neuroanatomy of the face, mouth and temporomandibular joint space -
    ethmoid bone, vomer, maxilla and mandible bones.
2. Neuroanatomy and physiology of the 12 pairs of cranial nerves. The polyvagal system
    and the social engagement system in the therapeutic relationship.
3. Neurophysiology of the cerebrospinal fluid and the blood brain barrier in craniosacral
    therapy.
4. Techniques and anatomy for the fasciae of the neck, hyoid bone and cricoid cartilage.
5. Techniques and anatomy for the atlantooccipital joint space: releasing the jugular
    foramen.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Dec
16
9:00 AM09:00

Professional Ethics and Research Literacy for the Bodyworker

This course is taught by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 6CE hours with a fee of $150.

Professional Ethics of Touch:
Students will explore the various situations that may arise in the therapeutic relationship between client and practitioner. Through case study, role playing, and self-examination students will develop skills to manage situations regarding boundary issues, personality conflicts, transference, counter-transference, diversity, and appropriate relationships as they relate to the massage profession.

Research Literacy for the Massage Therapist:
Research is important and is the backbone of all healthcare professions.  This three hour CE class will give a basic overview of information about what research is, how to read and understand a research article, and the types of research and how they are categorized.  The therapist will learn how to keep up to date with the latest research via competent internet search engines and peer-review journals.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Dec
21
9:00 AM09:00

Piriformis, Gluteus Medius and Tensor Fasciae Latae - Myofascial Release

This course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB & Tammy Bivin, LMT, BCTMB
It is 6CE hours with a fee of $200.

Piriformis Syndrome is a compression of the nerve by the piriformis muscle.  Students will learn in depth anatomy and physiology for the muscle itself, the nerves that are associated with the area around the piriformis and the bones on its attachments sites.  In addition, the function of the muscle as it relates to the hip and leg.  Students will learn assessment tools, a treatment plan with useful technique, self-care goals for the client, treatment frequency and expected outcome.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Dec
22
9:00 AM09:00

Massaging Patients with Cancer

This course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 8CE hours with a fee of $225.

This class will teach massage students how to appropriately work with clients living with or surviving cancer. Comfort-oriented massage touch can be administered to people with cancer regardless of the severity of their condition. This seminar will train massage therapists in the basics of oncology massage. Therapists who focus on hospice and hospital work will also find this seminar to be valuable for their special needs patients.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Mar
21
to Mar 24

Craniosacral Therapy: The 10 Step Process - A Neuroanatomy Approach

This course is taught by Michael J. Shea, PhD. 
Part One - 26 continuing education hours
March 21 to 24, 2019
Thur.-Sat. 9am-5pm, Sun. 9am-3pm

This is a two-part course.
Both sessions must be attended in sequence.
Part Two meets July 18 to 21, 2019.
A certificate from the Pinto-Shea Cranial Institute will be awarded upon completion.
The course fee is $750 for both parts. ($700 with a registration 30 day or more in advance.)

This training is a revision of traditional courses on the bones and membranes of the cranium. Students will learn a revised 10 step protocol used most frequently in worldwide research that proves the benefits of Craniosacral Therapy. Students will learn the current 10 step protocol that is most effective with their clients.

Course Objective
1. Techniques and neuroanatomy of the cranial base – sphenoid, occiput and temporal
    bone; the cranial vault – frontal and parietal bones.
2. Anatomy and techniques for the transverse diaphragms:
     A. Pelvic diaphragm
     B. Respiratory diaphragm
     C. Thoracic diaphragm
     D. The atlantooccipital joint space: releasing the suboccipital triangle.
3. Neurophysiology of the autonomic nervous system. Skills for building neurological
    safety in the therapeutic relationship for optimal healing.
4. Techniques and anatomy of the dural membrane system from the cranium to the
    sacrum.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Jul
18
to Jul 21

Craniosacral Therapy: The 10 Step Process - A Neuroanatomy Approach

This course is taught by Michael J. Shea, PhD. 
Part Two- 26 continuing education hours
July 18 to 21, 2019
Thur.-Sat. 9am-5pm, Sun. 9am-3pm

This is a two-part course.
Participants must have completed Part One in July 2018 or March 2019.
A certificate from the Pinto-Shea Cranial Institute will be awarded upon completion.
The course fee is $750 for both parts. ($700 with a registration 30 day or more in advance.)

This training is a revision of traditional courses on the bones and membranes of the cranium. Students will learn a revised 10 step protocol used most frequently in worldwide research that proves the benefits of Craniosacral Therapy. Students will learn the current 10 step protocol that is most effective with their clients.

Course Objective
1. Techniques and neuroanatomy of the face, mouth and temporomandibular joint space -
    ethmoid bone, vomer, maxilla and mandible bones.
2. Neuroanatomy and physiology of the 12 pairs of cranial nerves. The polyvagal system
    and the social engagement system in the therapeutic relationship.
3. Neurophysiology of the cerebrospinal fluid and the blood brain barrier in craniosacral
    therapy.
4. Techniques and anatomy for the fasciae of the neck, hyoid bone and cricoid cartilage.
5. Techniques and anatomy for the atlantooccipital joint space: releasing the jugular
    foramen.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Nov
9
to Nov 11

Mother and Baby: Advanced Pregnancy

This course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 18CE hours with a fee of $450.
Friday 6-10pm, Sat & Sun 9-5pm

Hands-on comprehensive workshop, therapists will enhance their skills beyond general approaches for pregnancy massage.  They will learn advanced techniques that specifically enhance pregnant and postpartum women’s comfort, health and enjoyment.  Practice and receive feedback in deep tissue, passive movement, Neuromuscular, Myofascial release and other Somatic methods modified for emotional and physiological challenges of the childbearing year.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Nov
4
9:00 AM09:00

Professional Ethics and Research Literacy for the Bodyworker

This course is taught by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 6CE hours with a fee of $150.

Professional Ethics of Touch:
Students will explore the various situations that may arise in the therapeutic relationship between client and practitioner. Through case study, role playing, and self-examination students will develop skills to manage situations regarding boundary issues, personality conflicts, transference, counter-transference, diversity, and appropriate relationships as they relate to the massage profession.

Research Literacy for the Massage Therapist:
Research is important and is the backbone of all healthcare professions.  This three hour CE class will give a basic overview of information about what research is, how to read and understand a research article, and the types of research and how they are categorized.  The therapist will learn how to keep up to date with the latest research via competent internet search engines and peer-review journals.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Oct
27
to Oct 28

Freeing and Integrating the Shoulder

This course is instructed by Dean Marson
It is 14CE hours with a fee of $395. 
Sat & Sun 9-5pm

Addressing the shoulders in a quality, systematic way is key to giving a great massage. Tension and dysfunction in the shoulders may cause or sustain poor posture patterns as well as causing stress in the neck and torso.

In this class we will explore specific techniques to assess the shoulder girdle and to release the patterns of tension. We also will remember the intimate relationship of the shoulders and neck as we address these areas of upper body tension with passive movement, specific detail work and the gentle, integrative Esalen Massage approach.

This class is open to all experienced Esalen and other Massage professionals.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Sep
7
to Sep 9

Advanced Stretching - Neck and Shoulders

This course is instructed by Tammy Bivin, LMT.
It is 32 CE hours.
September 7 to 9, 2018
Friday 6-10pm, Sat & Sun 9-6pm
with additional checkout dates on September 21 & 22, 2018.

In this seminar we will discuss the principles and benefits of stretching as well as the dangers of improper stretching. Students will learn from a hands-on approach the effects that stretching has on muscles, tendons, ligaments and joints as well as knowledge for treating clients and self-care for the therapist.

This class is taught through Southwestern Illinois College. Registration through SWIC - 1.5 credit hours. Questions? Contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Aug
14
9:00 AM09:00

Plantar Fasciitis

This course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 6 CE hours with a fee of $200.

This is a short but in-depth course on the treatment of plantar fasciitis using stretching, myofascial release, hydrotherapy, and an increased understanding of foot anatomy and the surrounding tissues. Students will learn to treat acute and chronic conditions that are often debilitating to those suffering from this pain. Bring anatomy textbook and sheets.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Aug
7
9:30 AM09:30

Frozen Shoulder

This course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 6CE hours with a fee of $200.

Using Myofascial Release techniques, students will learn an in-depth treatment plan for frozen shoulder. Clients who present with frozen shoulder complain of a painful shoulder with significant restriction and loss of range of motion. Theories of frozen shoulder will be discussed as well as the causes and stages of frozen shoulder.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Jul
26
to Jul 29

Craniosacral Therapy: The 10 Step Process - A Neuroanatomy Approach

This course is taught by Michael J. Shea, PhD. 
Part One - 26 continuing education hours
July 26 to 29, 2018
Thur.-Sat. 9am-5pm, Sun. 9am-3pm

This is a two-part course.
Both sessions must be attended in sequence.
Part Two meets December 6 to 9, 2018.
A certificate from the Pinto-Shea Cranial Institute will be awarded upon completion.
The course fee is $750 for both parts. ($700 with a registration 30 day or more in advance.)

This training is a revision of traditional courses on the bones and membranes of the cranium. Students will learn a revised 10 step protocol used most frequently in worldwide research that proves the benefits of Craniosacral Therapy. Students will learn the current 10 step protocol that is most effective with their clients.

Course Objective
1. Techniques and neuroanatomy of the cranial base – sphenoid, occiput and temporal
    bone; the cranial vault – frontal and parietal bones.
2. Anatomy and techniques for the transverse diaphragms:
     A. Pelvic diaphragm
     B. Respiratory diaphragm
     C. Thoracic diaphragm
     D. The atlantooccipital joint space: releasing the suboccipital triangle.
3. Neurophysiology of the autonomic nervous system. Skills for building neurological
    safety in the therapeutic relationship for optimal healing.
4. Techniques and anatomy of the dural membrane system from the cranium to the
    sacrum.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Jul
6
to Jul 8

NeuroMuscular Therapy: Cervical Spine and Cranium

This course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 32 CE hours and is enrolled and taught through Southwestern Illinois College.
Class dates are July 6, 7, 8; with additional check out days on July 20 & 21.
Friday 6-10pm, Sat & Sun 9-6pm

This course is one of the NMT series courses leading to certification in Neuromuscular Therapy. MT 214-001 - Students will review the anatomy and dysfunctions of the cervical spine and cranium area while learning the NMT principles and protocols of treatment of the cervical spine and cranium. 

To register for NMT contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Jun
25
9:30 AM09:30

Cervical Whiplash

This course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 6CE hours with a fee of $200.

In this advanced deep tissue short course students will gain an understanding of this injury to the head and neck.  All structures of the neck, upper thoracic, and head will be addressed.  Students will be able to understand and describe the symptoms of whiplash in acute, early and late subacute, and chronic conditions.  Treatment goals and general treatment procedures will be taught.  Students will gain the knowledge and confidence to treat or to refer out. Bring anatomy textbook and sheets.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Jun
11
9:30 AM09:30

Advanced Face Massage

This course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 4 CE hours for a fee of $130.

This class teaches advanced massage techniques on the face that focus on lymphatic drainage, reduce swelling from sinus, relaxation, and face rejuvenation.  Face massage can release tension and stress in facial muscles and acupressure points create a relaxed peaceful state.  Add these new techniques to your full body massage or as a treatment alone. Students will leave knowing multiple techniques for a complete 30-minute facial massage.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Jun
8
to Jun 10

Introduction to NeuroMuscular Therapy (NMT)

This course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 32 CE hours, and is enrolled and taught through Southwestern Illinois College.
Class dates are June 8, 9 10; with additional check out days on June 23 & 24.
Friday 6-10pm, Sat & Sun 9-6pm

Students will discover the history, the “roots and branches” of NeuroMuscular
Therapy and the work of Judith DeLany. In this introduction class students will
learn NMT’s foundational platform, applications of NeuroMuscular techniques,
the methodology for assessing, treating, and preventing soft tissue injuries and
chronic pain. Students will gain precise palpation skills, proper use of tools and
elbows in preparation for the application of this work.

To register for NMT contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Jun
3
9:00 AM09:00

Professional Ethics and Research Literacy for the Bodyworker

This course is taught by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 6CE hours with a fee of $150.

Professional Ethics of Touch:
Students will explore the various situations that may arise in the therapeutic relationship between client and practitioner. Through case study, role playing, and self-examination students will develop skills to manage situations regarding boundary issues, personality conflicts, transference, counter-transference, diversity, and appropriate relationships as they relate to the massage profession.

Research Literacy for the Massage Therapist:
Research is important and is the backbone of all healthcare professions.  This three hour CE class will give a basic overview of information about what research is, how to read and understand a research article, and the types of research and how they are categorized.  The therapist will learn how to keep up to date with the latest research via competent internet search engines and peer-review journals.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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May
8
1:00 PM13:00

Plantar Fasciitis

This course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 6 CE hours with a fee of $200.

This is a short but in-depth course on the treatment of plantar fasciitis using stretching, myofascial release, hydrotherapy, and an increased understanding of foot anatomy and the surrounding tissues. Students will learn to treat acute and chronic conditions that are often debilitating to those suffering from this pain. Bring anatomy textbook and sheets.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Apr
20
to Apr 22

Introduction to NeuroMuscular Therapy (NMT)

This course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 32 CE hours, and is enrolled and taught through Southwestern Illinois College.
Class dates are April 20, 21, 22; with additional check out days on May 11 & 12.

Students will discover the history, the “roots and branches” of NeuroMuscular
Therapy and the work of Judith DeLany. In this introduction class students will
learn NMT’s foundational platform, applications of NeuroMuscular techniques,
the methodology for assessing, treating, and preventing soft tissue injuries and
chronic pain. Students will gain precise palpation skills, proper use of tools and
elbows in preparation for the application of this work.

To register NMT contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Apr
17
1:00 PM13:00

Professional Ethics and Research Literacy for the Bodyworker

This course is taught by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 6CE hours with a fee of $150.

Professional Ethics of Touch:
Students will explore the various situations that may arise in the therapeutic relationship between client and practitioner. Through case study, role playing, and self-examination students will develop skills to manage situations regarding boundary issues, personality conflicts, transference, counter-transference, diversity, and appropriate relationships as they relate to the massage profession.

Research Literacy for the Massage Therapist:
Research is important and is the backbone of all healthcare professions.  This three hour CE class will give a basic overview of information about what research is, how to read and understand a research article, and the types of research and how they are categorized.  The therapist will learn how to keep up to date with the latest research via competent internet search engines and peer-review journals.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Apr
14
to Apr 15

Advanced Esalen® Massage - Freeing and Integrating the Hips

This course is instructed by Dean Marson.
It is 14CE hours with a fee of $395.
A $100 nonrefundable deposit is needed to reserve your place in the class.

The schedule for the course is as follows:
Saturday, April14: 9:00am-5:00pm
Sunday, April 15: 9:00am-5:00pm

Please join Dean for a weekend focusing on methods to mobilize the hips. You will learn to accurately assess the areas of hips and to address them with the gentle, integrative Esalen Massage approach.

This class is open to all experienced Esalen and other Massage professionals.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Mar
22
to Mar 25

Craniosacral Therapy for Concussions: Balancing the Cerebrovascular System

This 4-day course is instructed by Michael Shea, PhD.
A course fee of $395 with a $100 nonrefundable deposit due by February 1. 

The schedule for the course is as follows:
Thursday, March 22: 9:00am-5:00pm
Friday, March 23: 9:00am-5:00pm
Saturday, March 24: 9:00am-5:00pm
Sunday, March 25: 9:00am-5:00pm

This craniosacral therapy course will explore the cerebrovascular consequences of impact trauma to the face, neck, and head. Restrictions in the cardiovascular system coupled with soft tissue restrictions from mild traumatic brain injuries (MTBI) will be explored with new
craniosacral therapy skills for the arteries of the head and neck. New research shows that concussions decrease blood flow to the brain indicating both short and long-term consequences physically and psychologically. Students will learn to work with the effects of concussions and mild traumatic brain injuries now common in everyday life and in all age groups. Specific protocols for the carotid, subclavian and vertebral arteries will be taught to increase proper circulation in the brain and neck. This includes new palpation of the temporal bones and the internal carotid artery.

This course is open to any licensed manual therapists interested in learning about head injuries and how to gently work with them. Previous experience with craniosacral therapy is not necessary. The following therapeutic skills will be taught:

 • New craniosacral therapy protocols for the cerebrovascular system.
 • Increasing blood flow to the brain.
 • Identifying and relieving specific vascular restrictions in the cranium.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Mar
20
1:00 PM13:00

Cervical Whiplash

This course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 8CE hours with a fee of $200.

In this short course students will gain an understanding of this injury to the head and neck.  All structures of the neck, upper thoracic, and head will be addressed.  Students will be able to understand and describe the symptoms of whiplash in acute, early and late subacute, and chronic conditions.  Treatment goals and general treatment procedures will be taught.  Students will gain the knowledge and confidence to treat or to refer out. Bring anatomy textbook and sheets.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Jan
5
to Jan 7

Myofascial Release Theory and Application

This 3-day course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 20 CE hours with a fee of $525.

The schedule for the course is as follows:
Friday, January 5: 6:00pm-10:00pm
Saturday, January 6: 9:00am-6:00pm
Sunday, January 7: 9:00am-6:00pm

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Dec
10
9:00 AM09:00

Whiplash

This course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 8CE hours with a fee of $200.

In this short course students will gain an understanding of this injury to the head and neck.  All structures of the neck, upper thoracic, and head will be addressed.  Students will be able to understand and describe the symptoms of whiplash in acute, early and late subacute, and chronic conditions.  Treatment goals and general treatment procedures will be taught.  Students will gain the knowledge and confidence to treat or to refer out

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Nov
10
to Nov 12

Myofascial Release for the Head, Neck and Face

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This 3-day course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 20 CE hours with a fee of $525.

The schedule for the course is as follows:
Friday, November 10: 6:00pm-10:00pm
Saturday, November 11: 9:00am-6:00pm
Sunday, November 12: 9:00am-6:00pm

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Oct
22
9:00 AM09:00

Professional Ethics of Touch: Healthy Boundaries/Conflict Resolution AND Research Literacy for Massage Therapists

This course is taught by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 6CE hours with a fee of $125.

Professional Ethics of Touch:
Students will explore the various situations that may arise in the therapeutic relationship between client and practitioner. Through case study, role playing, and self-examination students will develop skills to manage situations regarding boundary issues, personality conflicts, transference, counter-transference, diversity, and appropriate relationships as they relate to the massage profession.

Research Literacy for the Massage Therapist:
Research is an important and is the backbone of all healthcare professions.  This three hour CE class will give a basic overview of information about what research is, how to read and understand a research article, and the types of research and how they are categorized.  The therapist will learn how to keep up to date with the latest research via competent internet search engines and peer-review journals.

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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Oct
13
to Oct 15

Myofascial Release for the Shoulder and Arm

This 3-day course is instructed by Holly Pinto, BS, LMT, BCTMB.
It is 20 CE hours with a fee of $525.

The schedule for the course is as follows:
Friday, October 13: 6:00pm-10:00pm
Saturday, October 14: 9:00am-6:00pm
Sunday, October 15: 9:00am-6:00pm

To register for any CE classes, use the form on the CE page or contact Tamara Bivin by phone: Office 618-239-6400, Cell/Text 618-401-1656

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