According to the Mayo Clinic, the top five benefits of stretching include: increased flexibility and joint range of motion, improved circulation, better posture, stress relief, and enhanced coordination. Available “Live, home study and DVD review”.
Improve range of motion, increase strength and flexibility as a stand alone treatment or in conjunction with any other type of therapy. Using Reciprocal Inhibition these movements will not only elongate tight muscles and ligaments that have been treated, reeducate the injured tissue, but will also strengthen weaken areas without activating the stretch reflex.
Receiving a passing grade of 70% 2 CE credits will be awarded. 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).
Dynamic Stretching manual
What you will learn
- Upon completion of the course the student will be able to discuss the most recent research findings pertaining to stretching.
- Why some forms of stretching are not as effective and can cause injury.
- Analyze the 4 components of stretching that are missed in today’s therapy.
- Perform 19 self-help exercises.
- Be able to perform 27 stretches to treat soft tissue dysfunction on the back, arms, shoulders, chest, neck, legs, and feet.
- Increase proprioception while allowing tissue to stretch without activating the stretch reflex.
- Course Syllabus
- Course Video
- Manual for Dynamic Stretching Course
- Course Exam
- PowerPoint Slides for Dynamic Stretching Course
- Home Study/Distance Learning Course Evaluation
- Instant Certificate of Achievement with a passing score