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Soft Tissue Mobilization of Muscles of the Head/Neck, Shoulder Girdle, Arm and Hand
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This CEU program consists of 5 streaming videos with PDF Viewing Guides. The information in this program is included in the longer seminar SEM4A2.

STM1 Introduction to Soft Tissue Mobilization: Basic Concepts and Techniques (31 min.)

Presented by Claudia Senesac PT, Ph.D., PCS. This video discusses the basic characterics of soft tissue including structure and function, cellular and connective tissue characteristics, types of tissue and fascia and contraindications. Specific identification of restrictions is discussed and demonstrated along with palpation skills, superficial skin techniques and specific treatment techniques.

STM2 Soft Tissue Mobilization of the Muscles of the Head and Neck (24 min.)

Presented by Claudia Senesac PT, Ph.D., PCS. This video discusses the mobilization techniques for the muscles of the head and neck, including suboccipitals, sternocleidomastoid, muscles around the mandible, massetter, and muscles around the hyoid.

STM3 Soft Tissue Mobilization of the Shoulder Girdle (44 min.)

Presented by Claudia Senesac PT, Ph.D., PCS. This video discusses the mobilization techniques for the muscles of shoulder girdle including the rhomboids, pectoralis major and minor, teres major and minor,rotator cuff, scalenes, deltoid, and levator scapula.

STM4 Soft Tissue Mobilization of the Muscles of the Arm and Hand (17 Min.)

Presented by Claudia Senesac PT, Ph.D., PCS. This video discusses the mobilization techniques for the muscles of the arm and hand including the biceps, triceps, biceps tendon, pronator teres, deltoid, adductor pollicus, thenar and hypothenar eminence, dorsal and palmar interrossi, and supinator.

STMTX1 Soft Tissue Mobilization Treatment Demonstrations (62 min.)


Presented by Claudia Senesac PT, Ph.D., PCS. This video demonstrates soft tissue mobilization techniques for scar tissue mobilization, chronic pain of the neck and shoulders in an adult, and mobilization of the upper body in a child with quadriplegia.

Handouts are included in PDF File Format
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