Do you have patients with a Forward Head Posture? In the manual therapy video below, watch NAIOMT's Valerie Coolman demonstrate a technique to regain CT junction extension while protecting the surrounding areas. This technique is taught in NAIOMT's Cervical Spine I, Cervical Spine II and Thoracic Spine courses. For more valuable insights from Valerie in person, find her teaching at our new Chicago course site.
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Earlier this summer, our NAIOMT faculty members gathered for our annual retreat. It's a meaningful time for us to connect face-to-face, dive deep into topics that affect our field and our patients, and discuss everything from new courses and our clinical fellowship program, to how to be the best possible physical therapists, teachers and mentors we can be.
And of course, it's always a treat to hear from master clinician, mentor to many, and NAIOMT co-founder, Erl Pettman.
In this brief clip as he shares an insight on chronic pain.
Do you see patients who experience pain when turning their head to the right? Wondering how to approach treatment? In the manual therapy video below, NAIOMT’s Stacy Soappman demonstrates one way to restore movement without reproducing the pain.
In the manual therapy video below, NAIOMT’s Stacy Soappman demonstrates the normal variance in the alar ligament testing.
If you want to master skills that can make a big difference with patients in the clinic, come join us in person for one of our upcoming Cervical Spine courses, which can be taken in any order convenient to you. (Second and third year PT students get a deep discount!)
Do patients come into the clinic with pain when turning their head to the left? In the manual therapy video below, NAIOMT’s Stacy Soappman demonstrates one way of assessing and treating that pain.
In Part 2 of our Deep Neck Flexor Progression video series, NAIOMT Faculty Bryant Miller demonstrates a technique for manually activating an inhibited longus colli.