OCU: Impingement Syndrome: Shoulder with Cynthia Ribeiro
Orange County Unit Meeting and Education Presentation
Impingement Syndrome: Shoulder with Cynthia Ribeiro
Sunday, May 6, 2018
Time 8.30am Registration/Networking
9am-Noon 1pm-4pm Workshop
Noon-1pm Lunch (Provided) and Networking
6 hours/6 CEs
National Holistic Institute, Santa Ana Campus
121 E Sandpointe Avenue, Suite 100
Santa Ana, CA 92707
(Parking is $15 within the Parking Structure-2nd floor or above. DO NOT PARK WITHIN THE HOTEL LOT!)
Fee: Members/Students $40 on line/ $50 at the door (cash or check)
Guests $80 on line/$100 at the door (cash or check)
Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/orange-county-unit-meeting-and-education-presentation-tickets-44971304382
Please bring sheets, massage cream, paper, pens
Ladies, for assessment purposes, please wear a sports bra and/or tank top.
Light snacks and Lunch provided by the Orange County Unit Hospitality Team
How to Prevent and Rehabilitate Shoulder Pain: Shoulder Girdle Impingement Syndrome
Have you ever had a client experience shoulder pain? This workshop will address repetitive motion, myofascial pain and dysfunction, and muscles involved with shoulder pain, more specific, Shoulder Girdle Impingement Syndrome.
You will be learning how to re-educate neuromuscular pattern due to myofascial pain and dysfunction by utilizing orthopedic assessment, neuromuscular therapy, trigger point therapy and PNF techniques, and deep transverse friction.
For assessment purposes, please wear a sports bra and/or tank top.
About our Speaker Cynthia Ribeiro
Cynthia came to the United States from Brazil, where she attained a degree in Physical Education and studied Surgical Nursing. In the US, she graduated from two massage schools, and now specializes in Neuromuscular Therapy and Orthopedic Massage.
A highly dynamic teacher, she has taught advanced anatomy and injury rehabilitation skills since 1988. Her Advance Neuromuscular Massage Therapy workshops are in high demand throughout the US and Canada, and Cynthia frequently presents at state and national massage therapy conventions.
As founder and owner of Western Institute of Neuromuscular Massage Therapy (WIN) in Southern California, Cynthia developed highly effective therapeutic bodywork, and has brought that material to NHI for the 400 hour program in Advance Neuromuscular Therapy.
In 2003, she was appointed Honorary Clinical Professor at the University of California Irvine Medical School. In 2012 she became National President for the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA). In 2017 she was selected as the National Teacher of the Year, Jerome Perlinski, Teacher of the Year Award.
A continual inspiration to her students, she nevertheless says, “I am always a student myself, and I strongly believe in lifelong learning.”