Why Your Spleen Matters In Shoulder, Hip, and Back Pain. Webinar Recording

[For Providers]

Just because you can live without your spleen doesn’t mean it’s not important. Discover why restriction in spleen motricity (passive motion of an organ during movement) impacts the hips, shoulders, and lower back. No system in the body ever works alone. Never gets injured all alone. Never heals alone. Overlooking organ motion in chronic musculoskeletal pain is a common cause of therapeutic failure. Don’t let that be your client.

Why you should attend:

  • Your clients would want you too
  • Expand your current toolbox
  • Think differently
  • Learn some cool stuff that makes a difference
  • You probably have more free time on your hands now
  • Become the go-to person who does what others don’t

What you will learn:

  • Why the spleen matters in pain
  • Neural Reflex points to assess
  • Palpation assessment
  • Clinical signs of inefficiency
  • Ligament attachments
  • How obliques become inhibited
  • 3-Part easy reset system
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About the Presenter: Dr. Perry Nickelston, DC, NKT, FMS, SFMA is owner of the Pain Laser Center, LLC in Waldwick, NJ and Stop Chasing Pain his educational company dedicated to teaching people how to move smarter, move better and feel great. Creator of Primal Movement Chains: Moving Beyond Mobility courses across the world. Advisory Board Member for the American Institute for Medical Laser Application. Teacher, writer and educator on all things movement.

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