Whitney Lowe is a widely sought-after authority in treating pain and injuries with massage. Students greatly enjoy his
dynamic and entertaining presentations, his easy to understand explanations, multimedia support materials, and well-designed trainings.
Lowe’s career spans 3 decades and includes extensive clinical work, research, publication, and teaching. He directs the Academy of Clinical
Massage, and is the author of the popular text, Orthopedic Assessment for Massage Therapy used by schools, educators, and individuals. He
teaches core elements of the NCBTMB Clinical Rehabilitative Massage Specialty Certificate. This innovative program is one of the profession’s
most respected certificates that prepares professionals in advanced clinical therapy for treating musculoskeletal conditions. Program content
includes the critical health sciences and clinical reasoning knowledge that provides the foundation for effective and successful treatment and
professional growth. For more information, go to www.academyofclinicalmassage.com. Whitney’s classes are NCBTMB, AMTA, ABMP, DE, FL,
MS, TN, TX, NY approved. NCBTMB Provider #045671-00
“Demystifying Complex Neck Conditions”
Neck pain complaints can become complicated and chronic due to the biomechanical complexity of the neck and its kinetic chain. Many conditions can confound even the advanced therapist. Explore the interface between biomechanics and physiology and learn essential assessment and treatment protocols that drive the advanced cervical treatments for which Lowe’s courses are renowned.
Sat., 4/28 8am-12noon 4 CEs Bring: massage table, linens, lotions, pen, note paper
“The Shoulder Girdle: Treatment, Problem Solving & Stabilization”
The shoulder girdle is biomechanically complex with soft tissues playing a key role in stability and generating movement. As a result, soft tissue disorders are common in this region and many of them respond quite well to massage interventions. Effective treatment requires a comprehensive understanding of key issues related to anatomy, mechanics and functional kinesiology. In this course, we explore key assessment and treatment concepts for helping create optimum pain-free shoulder function.
Sat., 4/28 2-6pm 4 CEs Bring: massage table, linens, lotions, pen, note paper
“Clinical Applications of Current Pain Science”
Advances in pain science research have prompted a radical shift in how manual therapy practitioners address pain conditions in their patients. These new findings have great implications for massage therapists. The idea that treatment work must be deep and painful to be effective needs to be revised. Come learn how to apply current pain science principles to dramatically change your work and make it much easier on you.
Sun., 4/29 8am-12noon 4 CEs Bring: massage table linens, lotions, pen, note paper