Manual Therapy to Eliminate Multiple Nerve Compression Pattern of the Upper Body- James Waslaski

BRAND NEW COURSES (offered for the first time at the AMTA TX Chapter Convention)! 
* James Waslaski's classes are only offered as a package and not available separatly.  Both will need to be taken to receive the 16 CE credits. Friday & Saturday


Howard Nemerov, LMT, MTI, NCBTMB and licensed continuing educator, is the developer of the Nemerov Method. He has written two books about the work, and his articles have been featured in professional journals and Triathlete Magazine. 
He began as a software developer, specializing in debugging defective programs. During this time, he was introduced to therapeutic bodywork at a local massage school. Something about it clicked and he decided this would be his ticket out of the corporate world. While the technical challenge of software was interesting, the desire to develop his own business became overpowering, and he left on a severance package to build his budding practice into a full-time profession.
Building on the teachings of his early mentors, and studying Motor Control Theory and standard Physical Therapy principles, he began to develop the Nemerov Method.
Howard has taught the Method and maintained a clinical practice for 25 years, specializing in injury rehabilitation and athletic performance enhancement. His own athletic background enables him to serve as a valuable resource in these areas. He has many years of experience in Personal Injury and Workmen’s Compensation claims, providing RSI treatment for one of the largest high tech firms in the SF Bay Area.
His commitment to excellence has led to outstanding results, averaging 3-4 treatments per client case, with a better-than 90% success rate in resolving clients’ suffering.
Recent clinical research includes protocols for resolving a host of work-related injuries, as well as TMJ, functional scoliosis, dysfunctional gait mechanics, and reintegrating women’s pelvic and spinal function post-partum.
Training is available for qualified professionals. For more on the Nemerov Method:www.nemerovmethod.abmp.com” 

INSTRUCTORS for the 2018 Texas Chapter Convention

This year's conference offer 2 tracks- a 20 hour option as well as a 16 hour option

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Susan Schoeller is an Advanced Instructor registered with the Society of Ortho-Bionomy International®. She is a RMT, MTI, Texas State CEU Provider, a Professional Member of the AMTA and is recognized by the NCBTMB as a Continuing education Approved Provider. Susan started studying Ortho-Bionomy in 1996 and began teaching Ortho-Bionomy in 2001. She shares with her students a clear and gently approach to body work which allows her students to learn in a relaxed, safe and comfortable atmosphere. Susan loves to teach and share her knowledge and experience with others. Susan has a private practice in The Woodlands, Texas and offers monthly Ortho-Bionomy classes around the Houston area.
Ortho-Bionomy® is a registered trademark of the Society of Ortho-Bionomy International and is used with permission.

16 Hour CE Classes: Friday, April 6th- Saturday, April 7th

Manual Therapy to Eliminate Multiple Nerve Crush Phenomenon of the Lower Body- James Waslaski

BRAND NEW COURSES (offered for the first time at the AMTA TX Chapter Convention)! 

An Exploration of Basic Core Principles of The TRAGER® Approach to Psychophysical Integration
~ A Playful and Effortless Way of Working and Feeling Better- Ruth Bucher

James Waslaski is an Author & International Lecturer who teaches approximately 40 seminars per year around the globe. He’s served as AMTA Sports Massage Chair and FSMTA Professional Relations Chair. He’s
developed 8 Orthopedic Massage and Sports Injury DVDs, and authored manuals on Advanced Orthopedic Massage and Client Self -Care. His new book: Clinical Massage Therapy: A Structural Approach to Pain Management,
was published by Pearson Education in 2011. James is a Certified Personal Trainer with NASM. He presents at state, national and international massage, chiropractic, and osteopathic conventions, including keynote addresses at the
FSMTA, World of Wellness, New England Regional Conference, the World Massage Festival, and Australian National Massage Conventions. His audience includes massage and physical therapists, as well as athletic trainers, chiropractors, osteopaths, nurses and physicians. James received the 1999 FSMTA International Achievement Award, and was inducted into the 2008 Massage Therapy Hall of Fame. James was awarded Massage Therapist
of The Year in 2012 at the Canadian Massage Conference. He was also nominated and awarded by his peers and colleagues the designation of Teacher of The Year 2015 at the World Massage Festival. ww.orthomassage.net

Ortho-Bionomy- Susan Schoeller

Ruth Bucher was born and raised in Switzerland. A first visit to the USA as an exchange student left her with the dream of coming back. In 1991 she realized this dream and came to Texas. She has been a naturalized
U.S. citizen since 2004. The desire for a career change led Ruth to the massage therapy profession, and in May 1995, she graduated from Hands-on Therapy School of Massage in Garland, TX. There she was first introduced to
the TRAGER® Approach in a continuing education class in 1997. In 2000 she earned her certification as TRAGER® Practitioner. Her passion for the work motivated her to become a massage therapy continuing education
provider in TX in 2009, and an independent TRAGER Introductory Workshop leader in 2014.
Ruth is consistently continuing her education and advancing her knowledge in the massage therapy and bodywork field, specializing in the TRAGER® Approach. Ruth's ultimate goal as a massage therapist and bodywork practitioner is to assist her clients in
achieving optimal health, including relief from stress and pain by natural means, and to provide her clients with the best possible care. Part of this goal is to introduce the TRAGER® Approach to more clients, and extend knowledge about this wonderful BodyWork / Movement Education Modality to massage therapists and healthcare practitioners in the DFW area and beyond.

Michelle Burns, BSRN, BSAlt. Med, MT, BCTM, MTI, CEP
Michelle obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from the University of Maryland and practiced as a Registered Nurse, primarily in the operating room and critical care. She became board certified as an Operating Room nurse and taught both nurses and surgical technicians. In 1992, she attended massage therapy training while working as a critical care nursing director, and, with the support of the medical director of the hospital, implemented a massage program in the Intensive Care. She continued to build her private massage practice, and, since 1998, has practiced massage therapy full time. With her medical background, her primary practice has
focused on clients that are medically compromised, either due to illness or injury. Michelle has been a Massage Therapy Instructor since 2002 and has taught the entire massage curriculum to students all over the state of Texas, as well as overseeing curriculum development and facilitation. In 2005, Michelle completed an additional bachelor’s degree in Alternative Medicine
from Everglades University in Boca Raton Florida and has incorporated her understanding of alternative therapies into her practice and referral networks. Her advanced educational background includes: Medical Massage Certification, Cupping Massage Certification, Clinical Aromatherapy Certification, Therapeutic Touch, Polarity Therapy, Abdominal Massage, Lymphatic Drainage (Chikly), NAT Certification, Myofascial Release, Structural Integration and Dermoneuromodulation. She teaches advanced techniques for the shoulder and neck to massage and healthcare professionals for a national continuing education company. Michelle completed her Board Certification in Therapeutic Massage in 2013 and is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education approved provider. Areas of Instruction at A New Beginning School of Massage are
Business Practices and Professional Ethics and Pathology. Continuing education classes include specific technique for shoulders, necks, fibromyalgia as well as cupping for lymphatic drainage, cupping for deep tissue, wound healing and lymphatic drainage and business support.

Massage Cupping for Lymphatic Drainage, Deep Tissue and Myofascial Release- Michelle Burns

Nemerov Method of Neuromuscular Therapy- Howard Nemerov

20 Hour CE Classes: Thursday, April 5th- Saturday, April 7th