Myofascial Release for Endometriosis

Effective manual therapy to decrease associated pain and giving
a new treatment option with this forgotten condition

Endometriosis or “endo” is the most common, devastating disease that most people have never heard of. It affects 1 in 10 girls and women. That’s approximately 176,000,000 people on the planet.

Despite its prevalence, women see an average of 8 doctors for 10 years before diagnosis. During that time, many are forced to miss school, leave careers they love, abandon dreams of having children and watch their personal relationships suffer. 

They’re often told incorrectly by doctors that pregnancy & hysterectomy are cures and that pain is normal or in their heads. After diagnosis, they’re usually prescribed an array of drugs & undergo multiple, ineffective surgeries and years of pain. 

This one of a kind course is in the pre-launch phase.

If we have your contact information you will be notified the second it is available nationally.

Online and Digital Media will launch before Live Seminars are scheduled.

As I continue to assemble information collected from other sources, please feel free to contact me if you might have anything that could contribute in my research.

To pre-order this course before it is released to the public “with early bird price of $40.00”

Myofascial Release for Endometriosis
Online Course (2 CE Hours)

After payment is received a launch page with the course, presentation slides, and course manual will be sent by email as soon as possible (usually within one day).

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Myofascial Release for Endometriosis
Digital Media Course (2 CE Hours)

These courses will be recorded on digital media and then sent to you. Choice of Mac or Windows including digital manual.

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From two of the world’s leading experts in endometriosis comes an essential, first-of-its-kind book that unwraps the mystery of the disease and gives women the tools they need to reclaim their lives from it. beating endo