Understanding and Treating Peripheral Nerve Entrapments
Nerve entrapments of the upper extremity are common in sports and typically related to excessive traction around a joint, as in throwing, which in turn leads to compression, inflammation and adhesions from repetitive stress.
The main nerve entrapments in the upper extremity involve the median, ulnar, radial and musculocutaneous nerves.
This course teaches how to assess and treat the common types of peripheral nerve entrapment, including "pseudo entrapments" and is supported with fully illustrated course notes and detailed video tutorials from Stuart Hinds.
Peripheral Nerve Entrapments course notes
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Full colour illustrations
Easy "Quick Reference" format
12 Video Classes presented by Stuart Hinds.
HD quality video accessed via our Virtual Classroom (password provided)
Watch anytime online or download on any device (PC, Mac, Tablet, Phone)
ONLINE EXAMS AND CERTIFICATION
Online Exam comprising multiple choice questions
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Exam does not need to be completed in any one sitting. You may save your answers as you go along and return to continue at any time - internet connection required.
Massage Therapists & Bodyworkers (NCBTMB) - 1.5
Massage Therapists (MMA - formerly AAMT) - 10 CPE
NAT Credits - 5