Learning Outcomes: At the end of the course, students will have a good understanding of:
How to perform a postural assessment in relation to the head and neck
The basic anatomy of the head and neck
How to determine what muscles may be involved in head and neck pain based on performing a series of tests and questions
How to determine when it is appropriate to refer a client
What are the precautions, risks, and contraindications for head and neck pain
A variety of techniques for your “toolbox” to treat the pain, discomfort, and muscle imbalances in the areas of the head and neck
How to decide on the best treatment plan
What exercises and stretches to recommend to the client for the head and neck
What are the pre-requisite(s) for entry on to this course? The minimum requirement for taking this course is a recognised Level 3 qualification in massage (or similar) which includes anatomy and physiology.
This 2-day course is 11 hours plus 1 hour of home study
This course is fully insurable. Non FHT members can seek insurance through Westminster Insurance and receive a discounted rate if you click on the link.
What to Bring to Class:
All products and tools are provided to use on the practical training day. Tea and coffee are also provided on the day.
However, students are required to bring the following on each practical training day: