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Upcoming Long Tract Nerve Entrapment Courses

This is a treatment system that actually moves the nerve through the tissues proximally and distally to the maximum extent possible by moving every joint and body part that the nerve crosses. This course is only open to providers who are upper and lower extremity certified.







   
Providers report that Complex Protocols is revolutionizing the way they treat their patients!

Complex Protocols

Active Release Techniques treatments address problems in individual tissues as well as in between tissues. One tissue or structure can affect another structure biomechanically and it can also affect the other structure directly. The Complex Protocols address this by identifying problems with motion, pressure or tension between adjacent tissues. This course is only open to full body certified providers.


"The CP class is a great addition to the existing ART skill set. Students were impressed about how much they can actually feel the relative motion between two adjacent structures. Dr. Leahy created Complex Protocols out of necessity in an effort to improve the ability for structures to slide next to each other independently. Students in class were amazed with how much they can actually feel. Those of us who have used it can’t imagine practicing without it. It's a game changer just like the Long Tract Nerve class was when it first came out. Most everyone in the class immediately thought of patients they could apply it to." –Sophie Brodeur, DC



Upcoming Courses

Arlington, VA
(Jun 20, 2015)

Federal Way, WA
(Jul 18, 2015)


Oceanside, CA
(Jul 23, 2015)