Clinical Thai Bodywork for Foot, Ankle and Lower Leg Pain - April, 2018

Start
April 6, 2018 6:30 pm
End
April 8, 2018 6:00 pm
Address
537 Custer Avenue, Evanston, IL, United States   View map
Phone
847-440-7525
Class ID
CTBFootApr18

$357.50$715.00

Foot and lower leg pain can be debilitating and severe, and cause other problems up the kinetic chain due to disturbed gait. This area is also one in which Clinical Thai Bodywork techniques can have some of the most profound benefits. You will learn to address pain following breaks and sprains, plantar fasciitis, calf pain and tenderness, rigid ankles, big toe pain (which can be misdiagnosed as gout) and chronic conditions such as hyperpronation and hammer toe.

CTB Foot, Ankle & Lower Leg Pain Online Course & Exam, Level 1 or equivalent Thai training and CTB Fundamentals and Functional Anatomy (online or in-person) required.

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Friday 6:30 - 9:30 PM

Saturday 10 AM - 6 PM

Sunday 10 AM - 6 PM

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Foot and lower leg pain can be debilitating and severe, and cause other problems up the kinetic chain due to disturbed gait. This area is also one in which Clinical Thai Bodywork techniques can have some of the most profound benefits. You will learn to address pain following breaks and sprains, plantar fasciitis, calf pain and tenderness, rigid ankles, big toe pain (which can be misdiagnosed as gout) and chronic conditions such as hyperpronation and hammer toe.

Clinical Thai Bodywork was designed to bridge the gulf between traditional Thai approaches and modern western clinical environments. The framework of CTB constitutes one of the most efficient and effective approaches available for orthopedic rehab, relief of chronic and acute pain, recovery from injury, and correction of myofascially derived dysfunction.

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