Ortho-Bionomy Structural Techniques for Shoulder Pain and Dysfunction

26th May 2023
9:00AM - 5:00PM
Grand Millennium Auckland
71 Mayoral Drive, Cnr Vincent Street, Auckland New Zealand 1010
Fully booked

New Zealand Workshop

Shoulder problems and injuries are highly disruptive in our clients’ lives. The complex interrelationships of the musculoskeletal, fascial and neurological structures contribute to the experiences of pain, movement restriction and postural imbalances which can be especially challenging to address. Using the gentle, non-invasive structural techniques of Ortho-Bionomy you can focus on specific mechanisms to affect significant changes for your clients. This workshop will provide you with the structural skills to assess and treat common and complex shoulder issues. These structural techniques can be applied immediately and confidently in your practice.


About the presenter 
Bruce is an advanced instructor and practitioner of Ortho-Bionomy. He teaches and presents extensively in Australia and New Zealand and has over 35 years of experience in the field of therapeutic bodywork. Prior to moving to Australia in 2001 he was on the faculty of the University of Wisconsin – Madison Medical School where he taught medical interviewing and physical examination skills. He has contributed to several professional bodywork and somatic therapist publications and presents fortnightly webinars on topics relating to hands-on practice for Ortho-Bionomy and somatic and movement therapists. Bruce maintains a private practice in Sydney.

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