*If you are in the Professional Certification Program, you may receive discounts on your seminars, contact us.
2017 Schedule is in progress:
Cities we are working on scheduling include:
- Portland, OR
- Miami, FL
- Hartford, CT
- Austin, TX
- TBD, PA
Thank you for your patience, we will get dates and locations updated as soon as possible. If you have a location you would like us to visit, please email us.
Whitney Lowe’s seminars are highly recommended in orthopedic and advanced clinical massage circles. Lowe teaches ALL of his seminars, except in rare occasions. His students love his attention, clear explanations, humor, and dynamic presentations. Each seminar is supported by innovative and educational multi-media, with 80% hands-on and guaranteed limited-size classrooms. Lowe’s assistants are experts in the field themselves, and are paid, meaning you receive the best education possible in a seminar style.
A key goal for Lowe’s Orthopedic Massage courses is to give you the necessary skills for understanding musculoskeletal conditions. He emphasizes orthopedic assessment and problem-solving strategies for a wide variety of conditions. In addition, he focuses a great deal of attention on how to make strategic choices in treatments. Lowe’s orthopedic massage techniques are a diverse and highly effective set of tools, many of which do not overtax your body.
Lowe’s goal is for you to thoroughly understand why treatments function and how they are effective, and how to make wise, strategic choices. You learn the why, what, and how in these seminars, so that your treatments can be based on sound problem-solving. It is this knowledge and these skills that will make you a more effective clinician, and lead to a more satisfying practice and loyalty from your clients.
You will learn:
- Important anatomical landmarks & biomechanics
- Foundational assessment principles & testing
- Innovative & evidence-based treatment strategies
- Pain patterns, conditions, and structural issues
- Clinical neurodynamics: key concepts of neural pathology
Days: Saturday & Sunday
Times: 9 am – 6 pm
Instructor: Whitney Lowe
Cost: $325, with 3 week early registration; $350 after
CEs: 16 CEs, plus 4 optional online
CE Approvals: Lowe is approved in all states, as well as NCBTMB and AMTA.
- Course sizes are limited – guaranteed
- Assistants are paid & experts in their fields
- Learning is engaged & case study based
- Hands-on skills are emphasized
Orthopedic Massage Techniques: Lower Body
Lower body and extremity orthopedic disorders are extremely common today. This course covers conditions and biomechanical issues of the lumbar spine, hips and pelvis, and lower extremity. We explore how this entire region is fundamentally interconnected, and how conditions thought to be in the extremities can originate in the lower torso and hip/pelvis region. We also explore nerve related dysfunction.
Conditions covered: complicated low back pain, SI joint dysfunction, piriformis syndrome & other nerve impingement conditions, iliotibial band friction syndrome, patellofemoral pain syndrome & other knee injuries, shin splints, plantar fasciitis, tarsal tunnel syndrome, neurodynamic testing and nerve mobilization techniques.
Orthopedic Massage Techniques: Upper Body
Upper body and upper extremity orthopedic disorders are a virtual epidemic with our technological and busy lives today, especially in the occupational sector. Areas such as the shoulder have very complex biomechanical arrangements that are highly reliant on proper soft-tissue function for their optimum health. This course covers conditions and biomechanical issues of the cervical and upper thoracic region, as well as the extremities. We explore how this entire region is fundamentally interconnected. We also explore disorders caused by damage or dysfunction to peripheral nerves, which make up a huge percentage of upper extremity complaints.
Conditions covered: cervical disc herniation, thoracic outlet syndrome, whiplash and related cervical strain injuries, upper torso trigger points/dysfunction, shoulder impingement syndrome, rotator cuff pathology, internal shoulder joint pathology, epicondylitis, carpal tunnel and pronator teres syndromes, and many others.