Manual soft tissue therapy can be taxing on your body. Especially if you are busy, seeing a lot of patients.
What if I told you that there is knowledge, supported by clinical and scientific evidence that demonstrates conclusively that you are working harder than you need to.
Merging clinical experience, pain science and fascial anatomy Timothy King demonstrates in this webinar that short, targeted soft tissue manipulation can resolve pain and restore movement in just minutes. When combined with movement education, this knowledge can empower you to do less, and get better results.
This knowledge has enabled Tim to see 100 patients a week for years, driven by word of mouth due to the great clinical outcomes. More importantly, many therapists who have trained with Tim and harnessed this knowledge have increased their patient caseload significantly and even reduced their treatment time frames. This is the future of manual soft tissue therapy. Stop working too hard.
About Timothy King
BHSc. BTh. Adv. Dip. App. Sci. Myotherapy, OMT, Member M.A. (Vic).
Timothy King is an innovative clinical Myotherapist from Australia with over 20 years of experience.
Tim has a special interest in the relationship between fascial and chronic pain research especially as it applies to cervico-genic headache and TMD. His FNFT (Functional Neuromyo-Fascial) soft tissue techniques are incredibly efficient and have enabled him to treat 100 patients a week for years.
Tim is passionate about helping manual therapists to be hands on, efficient and evidence based. Furthermore, the simplicity and efficiency of FNF techniques means they are also taught as adjunct therapy for dentists and other professionals who see TMD presentations.
Tim and his family live on the Bellarine in Victoria where Tim continues to work clinically and lecture internationally.
Professional Development Points (CPD / PDP):
This webinar will account for 1.5 point(s) for the following associations:
- Myothreapy Association
- Osteopathy Australia
Certification: A completion certificate will be available to download upon successfully passing a 5 multiple answer questionnaire in your Members Area.