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Upper Crossed Syndrome Massage Techniques

Understanding the effects of postural imbalances on the head, neck, shoulders, and upper back.

Unlock a deeper understanding of Upper Crossed Syndrome with our specialized course, designed specifically for massage therapists seeking to enhance their skills and knowledge. This 8-hour continuing education course is accredited by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB), ensuring you receive high-quality, professional training.

A Course Developed by Emily Brown, LMT



Upper Crossed Syndrome is a common postural imbalance that affects many clients, leading to pain and dysfunction in the neck, shoulders, and upper back. This comprehensive course delves into the causes, symptoms, and effective treatment strategies for this condition.

What You Will Learn

Anatomy and Biomechanics

Understand the underlying anatomical structures and biomechanical principles involved in Upper Crossed Syndrome.

Corrective Techniques

Gain practical skills in corrective exercises, stretches, and massage techniques tailored to address this specific condition.

Identification and Assessment

Learn to accurately identify and assess the signs and symptoms of Upper Crossed Syndrome in your clients.

Case Studies and Practical Application

Analyze real-life case studies and engage in hands-on practice to apply your new knowledge effectively.

Fees & Credits:

Course Fee:     $210 for the complete course, including all materials and accreditation.

Qualifies for:    8 CE hours of hands-on learning

What You Need to Bring:    
  • Set of sheets

  • Pen or Pencil

Course Dates Available:    
  • 8/25/24     9:00-5:00

  • 10/20/24     9:00-5:00

  • 12/8/24     9:00-5:00


Why Enroll?

By completing this course, you will be better equipped to:

  • Improve your clients' quality of life by addressing and alleviating symptoms of Upper Crossed Syndrome.

  • Expand your professional skill set and stay current with the latest therapeutic techniques.

  • Earn valuable continuing education credits to maintain your NCBTMB certification.


How to Register:

Complete the Contact Form on our site or email to register for the course. We look forward to helping you advance your career and improve your therapeutic practice!

For questions about our continuing education offerings or to register now:

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