Self-Treatment for Low Back and Hip Pain Sufferers
November 9–10, 2012 (1½ day)
Instructor: Amber Davies, LMT
At age 18 I suffered an injury that caused me to live with low back pain for 6 years. Trigger point massage solved my pain for good. I will teach you how to get control of your life again. Come to Louisville and learn first-hand from me. Clair Davies was my father and mentor. Together we created the method of trigger point self-applied massage detailed in The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook.
Many conditions result in low back pain. Trigger points are almost always involved. According to the physicians that study muscle pain, trigger points are the primary cause of muscle pain. Myofascial pain, or muscle pain, is often excruciating and debilitating. Trigger point pain can be deep and achy, burning, constant and dull or even sudden and stabbing.
My assistants and I will teach you self-applied massage techniques that you can use anytime, anywhere with simple tools like a tennis ball or hi-bounce ball. Sure, you can spend lots of money on expensive tools, but if you can’t find the trigger points, they won’t do you much good.
|Required text:||Trigger Point Therapy Workbook, 2nd edition|
(not included in price)
Contact Keen Martin at email@example.com or 502-210-0488 to register.
Friday night (6:00–9:00) is FREE and everyone is invited!
• Information about trigger points and self-applied massage
• Free packet of basic massage balls
• Learn general self-treatment techniques for the back
Saturday All Day Class (9:00am–5:00pm)
• Extensive hands-on treatment time
• Personal help finding and treating trigger points
• Discover real solutions for chronic and acute low back and hip pain
If the doctors can’t figure out what is wrong with you,
MRIs do not show nerve compression or herniated disc,
Chiropractic helps, but the pain always comes back,
General massage feels good, but leaves you wanting more, and
Acupuncture failed this time,
Come to this class!
The Trigger Point Therapy Workbook, 2nd edition, by Clair Davies, is our study guide. If you’d like to take a look at the book before registering for the workshop, you can find it for $22.95 in all major bookstores, including Barnes & Noble and Books-a-Million. Or you can order a copy online at Amazon.com. There will also be copies available at the workshop Friday evening.