6 hour workshop
Tuesday 1 December 2020
Duration: 10 am to 4 pm
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What You Learn
Functional Release Cupping utilises the theories of myofascial cupping, fascial slings, and functional movement patterns to make dramatic changes in range of motion, functional capacity and pain.
This dynamic approach to cupping is highly individualised to the patient’s own movement deficits and has been developed over the past decade with a sound basis in fascial research, clinical reasoning and application in the clinic setting.
FRC takes the traditional concept of myofascial cupping and incorporates an evidence based approach to its application, while ensuring the treatment is highly outcome focused. You will see measurable increases in range of motion and function immediately after application. For the manual OR exercise therapist, you'll very quickly recognise that this technique will open up many new avenues to influence positive change for your patients.
What You Get
You will receive a Certificate of Attendance upon completion of this course.
Materials to Bring
Pen and Paper
Photo Identification (including date of birth)
Loose comfortable Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) equipment supplied
This workshop is presented by industry expert Shaun Brewster. Shaun is a Musculoskeletal Therapist / Myotherapist and Exercise Physiologist with over 20 years’ experience in clinical practice and education. Specialising in sports injury assessment and treatment in his private practice, he has also lectured in universities and vocational training organisations around Victoria. Best known for his work in professional development, Shaun is the founder and Director of Advanced Clinical Education, a provider of ongoing education, mentoring and support for manual therapists across Australia.
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