The following is an announcement by Dr Rizwhan Suleman MChiro of the Institute of Clinically Applied Hijama Therapy, an organisation providing Hijama Training in UK, and first at the following link, and is reproduced here with the authors and publishers kind permission
IAM tools 1 day advanced course in Leicester for Hijama Therapists by ICAHT on Sunday 15th January, 2017
INSTRUMENT ASSISTED SOFT-TISSUE MOBILISATION TECHNIQUE:
As a Hijama Therapist, this year add this new skill to help with your diagnosing and treatment techniques and get easier, faster and better results for your patients’ aches and pains!
Whether you use tools already or are new to them, these courses are designed to give you the underpinning knowledge required to get the best results from working with this increasingly popular technique.
- Fast results!
- Reduces treatment times!
- Huge hand saver!
Certificate given for 7 CPD hours
- Working with tools
- Anatomy of fascia & mechanoreceptors
- The neurological response – pain or pleasure?
- Musculofascial elements & proprioceptive tools – Stecco, Schleip, Mense, Loghmani & Warden
- Working with movement – why & when
This is a very practical hands on course covering the whole body. All attendees will be provided with a course manual & a CPD certificate for 7 hrs. Polycarb & steel Dolphin training tools will be provided for use on the day.
ICAHT centre of integrative Medicine
83-85 Rolleston Street, Leicester LE5 3SD
Sunday 15th January 2017 (9.30am – 5.00pm)
Course will be delivered by Dr Rizwhan Suleman (M.Chiro) www.ICAHT.co.uk
If you purchase a tool along with the course, Polycarb Dolphins are discounted by £10 & steel Dolphins are discounted by 10% to £369 each.
£160 course only
Cost for ICAHT members only:
To book you place, go to this link:
ICAHT (Institute of Clinically Applied Hijama Therapy)
Tel: +44 (0)800 955 3575
Our thanks to ICAHT from England for sharing the above post. If you have any questions or want to leave some feedback on their training, then please do so via a comment* below.
If you are a hijama therapist or patient and are happy to share your knowledge or experience via a guest blog-post like the one above, please contact us via the form on the top right corner of the blog .
*Comments are moderated to prevent spamming so may take some time to appear