Peripheral Nerves of Shoulder and Pelvic Girdle
This class explores the relationship of neural fascial restriction/inflammation to structural imbalances. When the body has nerve fascia that is restricted and fails to glide, the entire system becomes pre-occupied. Reducing this “pre-occupation” is necessary for reducing pain and restoring optimal function.
We will explore through lecture, palpation and hands-on exchange:
- Assessments for fascial, nerve, joint, and functional restriction.
- How neurogenic inflammation and impaired nerve mobility restrict movement of fascia, joints and core stability.
- Learn new approaches to tissue and joint mobilization, and re-patterning movement.
- Develop integrative strategies to release peripheral nerve restriction for lasting change, from local restriction to global function.
- Pre and Post-intervention assessments for orthopedic, movement and subjective finding.
Neural Mobilization Part 1
Part One is the first section of a 3 part series presenting strategies for mobilizing and integrating the peripheral nerves of the shoulder and pelvic girdles.
This is a stand alone introduction or the first in the series of Integrative Strategies for your Manual Therapy or Structural Integration practice.