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Masters ART Courses

Announcing a New Way to Re-certify!
Spend a day with Dr. Leahy at a Masters ART Course!

What is it?
This workshop is geared towards providers that have been practicing ART® for some time and want to work on their touch, effectiveness in treatment, and work in a small group with Dr. Leahy to improve their skills. These courses are limited to 15 people and spots will go quickly.

Who is eligible?
Anyone who has taken all three ART® courses: Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity, and Spine.

Class size will be small, limited to 15 people. The number of attending instructors per class will be limited to 5.

Please act fast as slots will go quickly.

Price: $1000

Course objectives stated in measurable and behavioral terms as correlated to Bloom’s Taxonomy.

Defines, describes and identifies key concepts and recalls procedures of ART protocols. (cognitive domain)

Applies the law of repetitive motion to ART protocols and treatments. (cognitive domain)

Analyzes and appraises patient need and treatment options through clear and concise diagnostic methodology. (cognitive domain)

Identifies acute conditions (pulls, tears, collisions, etc), accumulation of small tears (micro-trauma), and hypoxia within human soft tissue. (affective domain)

Performs protocols under the supervision of a qualified instructor in order to gain proficiency in Active Release Techniques. (affective domain)

Adheres to ethical standards when practicing Active Release Techniques. (affective domain)

Practices Active Release Techniques in an objective manner tied in to effective problem solving when assessing and treating patient needs. (affective domain)

Detects problems with muscles, fascia, tendons, ligaments and nerves within the human anatomical system. (psychomotor domain)

Follows the protocols within the Active Release Techniques instructional manual and dvd, and performs them successfully. (psychomotor domain)

Manipulates sections of the human anatomy in order to foster a therapeutic response. (psychomotor domain)

Varies treatments appropriate to location. (Upper Extremity, Lower Extremity, Spine) (psychomotor domain)

Combines past training with Active Release Techniques to formulate an integrated approach to therapy. (psychomotor domain)

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