CST Use in Sports and Orthopedic Injuries

November 1, 2019 : 9:00am - November 3, 2019 - 5:00pm

This three-day class builds on the knowledge of the CST Alliance BE1 and BE2 structural classes and will show a way of integrating what has been learned with mainstream assessment tools to allow better communication between allied health and medical practitioners and a way to show and document objective changes due to CST treatments.

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Presenter
Gary Keeling, BPE, BSc (PT), CSTA-CP

Dates
Friday, November 1 - Sunday,  November 3

Location
Dover Comfort Inn & Suites
Dover, NH

Price
$498, Pre-requisite: CST Alliance BE1 and BE2 or equivalent training

18 NCBTMB CEs

Event Website
www.CSTAlliance.com

Description of Event
This three-day class builds on the knowledge of the CST Alliance BE1 and BE2 structural classes and will show a way of integrating what has been learned with mainstream assessment tools to allow better communication between allied health and medical practitioners and a way to show and document objective changes due to CST treatments.
The attending student -- combining knowledge and skills acquired in this class and BE1/BE2 -- will be able to combine CST, myofascial, and orthopedic assessments to show effects and results from CST treatment. The student will also have a tool to assess CST effects on the ANS with the use of a simple app.
Topics discussed will include:

  • Integration with Orthopedic Assessment skills
  • Treatment of sports/orthopedic injuries; especially the periphery
  • Validation of results using "salient" findings in objective assessment; and use of Heart Rate Variability App for assessing/validating change in ANS
  • Explanation of Stephen Porges' "Polyvagal Theory" with significance to CST
  • Relation of Quantum Physics to CST and Implications for SE1/SE2

Event Contact
Jill, CST Alliance Office Manager

Contact Email
ashpt@aol.com

Contact Phone
603-948-2820