AIS for Physios & Bodyworkers

RM2,200.00

This is a 2 day intensive program providing students with highly relevant techniques in improving mobility and pain management.

Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) protocols have been used by top physios, chiropractors and bodyworkers for more than 40 years and continues to be the go to Rehabilitation program for Olympic athletes as well as many of the biggest names in World sport.


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COURSE OUTLINE

This is a 2 day intensive program providing students with highly relevant techniques in improving mobility and pain management.

Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) protocols have been used by top physios, chiropractors and bodyworkers for more than 40 years and continues to be the go to Rehabilitation program for Olympic athletes as well as many of the biggest names in World sport.

 

SCHEDULE

DAY 1

THEORY: Anatomy and physiology of the shoulder and upper back.

PRACTICAL: Upper body mobility protocols and restoring the relationship between the scapula and the shoulder.

 

DAY 2

THEORY: Anatomy and physiology of the pelvis and hips.

PRACTICAL: Lower body mobility protocols and decompressing the lumbar spine by balancing the pelvis.

 

*Please email us at info@thestretchclinic.com for Group and/or Bundle discount.

 

EDUCATOR

Liam Harkness I.I.S.T

Liam graduated as a Sports Therapist in 1995 and has spent almost 30 years building a reputation as one of the most highly regarded therapists in Asia. Liam began teaching in 2015 and has presented at Sports medical conventions and Physiotherapy conferences all across Asia and the Middle East. He has also taught educational workshops for National Sports institutes and Hospitals on topics as far ranging as Biomechanics for injury prevention to advanced techniques for manual therapy. Liam is the founder of The Stretch Clinic and has a wealth of knowledge and a passion for sharing techniques and approaches to clinical practice that you will not find anywhere else!

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