Cervical Strain-Counterstrain course is a lecture to better understand the holistic aspects of the functional anatomy of the cervical spine and how to apply the Cervical Strain-Counterstain to the upper and lower cervical complex.
For CME’s: DO’s, MD’s and other medical providers.
Pain in the shoulder can have many different causes including the primary joint itself, but more commonly it’s caused by the muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia or boney dysfunction of the full shoulder girdle. This CME will discuss and demonstrate the Osteopathic Evaluation and Treatment of the Shoulder.
Target Audience: For CME’s: DO’s, MD’s and other medical providers.