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Learn the Most Effective Way to Treat Soft-Tissue Disorders

ART treatment utilizes manual techniques to move tissues and joints while under tension. The basic premise of the protocols is to shorten the tissue, apply a contact tension, and then lengthen the tissue or make it slide relative to the adjacent tissue. While the premise is simple, the correct execution of ART techniques is critical for success.

 

In our seminars, we will teach you to find each tissue by touch and make rapid, permanent improvements that can help alleviate your patients’ soft-tissue complaints. Using your hands, you will learn to evaluate the texture, tightness, and movement of muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments, and nerves. By combining precisely directed tension with very specific patient movements, you’ll learn how to treat the abnormal tissues you identify. Our seminars are primarily hands-on: you will work on others in the seminar as well as on the instructor, and the instructors will work on you, giving you valuable feedback that will help you master the ART protocols faster.

 

In addition, you’ll have access to the ARTman app, which contains the manual, the anatomy, and easy-to-follow videos demonstrating the protocols—a valuable resource for your use before, during, and after your seminar.

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19-21 April 2024 

PRIVATE COURSE - SOLD OUT

UPPER EXTREMITY

LEVEL 1 SEMINAR

Split, Croatia

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30 August - 1 September 2024

SPINE

LEVEL 1 SEMINAR

Belfast, Northern Ireland

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10-13 October 2024

NERVE SEMINAR

L'Albir, Spain

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