Learn McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release® Technique
This 8 hour classroom day will provide more information about the practical application of MSTR® work. You will get the opportunity to practice on your classmates!
The One Day workshop is a fun but powerful learning opportunity which includes:
- Functions of the skin.
- Scar formation and its effects on the body.
- Emotional/psychological aspects of a scar.
- Indications and contraindications.
- Client handling and intake forms.
- Practical applications include underlying scar tissue work.
- Practice work - lots of time to get it right!
- Additional ways to use MSTR® - practical demonstrations.
Complete the coursework by:
Answering a 20-Question on-line test paper.
Submitting 5 case studies to demonstrate competency.
Upon successful completion of the course work you will become an 'Approved Practitioner' of the McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release Technique® and you will also receive a 'Certificate of Proficiency' with an optional FREE ‘Practitioner Directory’ website listing.
Your course fee includes:
Assessment of written test paper and case studies.
‘Approved Practitioner’ logo for your literature, website, etc.
Free promotional videos for your website and Social Media page.
Certificate of Proficiency.
Free Worldwide Practitioner listing on this website.
Backup if you need help or advice with a client/patient.
The pricing is straightforward...no special offers...no gimmicks...no introductory or limited-time bargains! There are additional applications for MSTR® - it's not just for visible scars.
We are finding that it can be used in a whole host of additional problems where underlying fibrous tissue is present.
Certain cases of frozen shoulder.
Sports injuries (such as quadriceps and hamstring tears).
Axillary Web Syndrome (AWS).
Underlying scar tissue from surgeries or tissue traumas.
Any areas of dense fibrous tissue.
Just like a webinar the Virtual Class Type ‘B’ has the instructor in a remote location. You and each of your fellow students are also in their own separate location – in your own home or clinic.
For the practical part of the course, the student will need to have a person to practice upon for a few hours – someone within your support ‘bubble’ or persons with whom you are permitted close contact. This might be a family member for example. Virtual Class Type ‘B‘ will be used were meeting in small groups is NOT permitted and where local lockdowns are strictly enforced.