Australian College of Physical Education
Sydney Olympic Park
This will be an invitation-only event, an informal weekend seminar where we start teaching and let the session unfold before us. It is about how to use a local biomechanical examination to determine the exact nature of the mobility dysfunction and then use the technique that is most suited to that particular barrier. See below for more details.
Sale price of AUD$660 including GST.
Instructors: Rod Harris (Osteopath) and Greg Dea (Sports Physiotherapist)
Practically everyone finds a mobility restriction that matches the "feel" of technique they like to use the most. They do the "reset" and get the change at the local tissue level that they were expecting. So far, so good.
However what happens when you retest the SFMA Top Tier pattern you are trying to change and there is little to no improvement. (You are always retesting, right?)
We call this "FTS" - Favourite Technique Syndrome.
We would like to show you an alternative approach.
How to use a local biomechanical examination to determine the exact nature of the mobility dysfunction and then use the technique that is most suited to that particular barrier.
This is the exact opposite of FTS
We would like to run a weekend workshop that will help you with this. Teach you how to assess barriers and then how to match techniques to these barriers. All "reset" techniques work better on some barriers than others.
We will also introduce to some new techniques not typically taught in physiotherapy and chiropractic courses.
We are proposing an informal weekend seminar where we start teaching and let the session unfold before us.
This weekend will be by invite only. We are sending out these emails only to people who have attended an in person SFMA with us in the past.
We are also restricting numbers to just 20 participants for this pilot program.
The cost is a very discounted $660.00 (GST inclusive) for the weekend.
Our planed date is 26-27 November 2022 in Sydney at ACPE in Sydney Olympic Park.
We will also provide a certificate of attendance so you can claim the CPD hours. Chiropractors and Osteopaths - this is the very last weekend to get CPD hours before renewal date!