Soft Tissue Research That Will Revolutionize Chronic Pain Treatments
Based on the incredible research recently presented at the Harvard Medical School on Myofascial Pain, and medical research studies found in archives dating back to 1946 on tendinitis versus tendinosis, you will hear about techniques that will change forever the way you approach myofascial pain, trigger points and tendon pain. Join James as he discusses some of the unique structural approaches to pain management, where you will discover what kinds of pain free multi-modality methods are available to learn for achieving immediate and permanent results for complicated pain conditions of the shoulder, elbow, forearm, hand and wrist.
James Waslaski worked 20 years as a paramedic, and in a trauma center, while teaching emergency medical courses, and studied pre-med in college prior to his massage training in Florida. James served as Professional Relations Chair for Florida and received the 1998 FSMTA outstanding state service award. He also served as AMTA Sports Massage Education Council Chair from 1993-1997 receiving the AMTA National Officer Award. He is a self published author and international lecturer who has pioneered deep pain free orthopedic massage, pain management, sports injury, and sports enhancement treatments. His unique structural and multidisciplinary bodywork approach has been taught throughout the United States, Ireland, London, Scotland, Canada, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Greece, Australia, and the Caribbean. His seminars are being requested now in New Zealand, South Africa, Amsterdam, Holland, Italy, Egypt, Russia, and Dubai. James was the 1999 recipient of the FSMTA International Achievement Award.
James has presented at state, national and international massage conventions, as well as chiropractic conventions, osteopathic conventions, the college of sports medicine, the University of South Wales, the Olympic training center in Australia, and the osteopathic and manipulative massage therapy convention in London. His audience consists of Massage Therapists, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Athletic Trainers, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Nurses, and Physicians.
He has worked with collegiate, professional and Olympic athletes, including the 1996 Olympic Games and the New York Yankees, and has published articles, books, manuals, and a series of DVDs on sports injuries, chronic pain, and complicated orthopedic conditions. James has also produced a powerful motivational audio series, highlighting success strategies of leaders in the wellness industry, to help guide massage therapists to their true spiritual blueprint for success. James has been working with a major publishing company to publish Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy-A Structural Approach to Pain Management with hopes to bridge the gap between all health care providers throughout the world. James is being inducted in 2008 into The Massage Hall of Fame. Website: www.orthomassage.net.