What You’ll Discover in Theresa A. Schmidt Fascial Cupping Therapy for Rehabilitation and Performance Enhancement
- Theresa A. Schmidt
- 4 Hours 22 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Jan 26, 2021
Save your hands! Many clinical conditions benefit from fascial cupping as part of program design to improve physical performance and functional outcomes. Dr. Theresa Schmidt will walk you through an understanding of the fascial system, the effects of negative pressure modalities, and the evidence that supports the inclusion of cupping in both rehab and sports therapy applications for rapid, measurable results.
Now you can reap the benefits of modern cupping therapy in your practice. Negative pressure cupping tools provide you with an extra set of hands in a versatile tool that works with you to:
- Promote functional movement
- Release scar tissue and fascial adhesions
- Manage trigger points
- Improve circulation and lymphatic drainage and
- Modulate pain
You will experience the benefits of cupping techniques with clinical tips on how to utilize specialized manual therapy tools alone or in combination with multimodal therapies and exercise to improve functional outcomes and physical performance. Best of all? These results will be measurable!
Immediately integrate the use of rehab cupping therapy into your practice to save your hands, add value to clients’ therapy and sports programs, and make your practice even more successful.
|Manual – Fascial Cupping Therapy (2.6 MB)||94 Pages||Available after Purchase|
NEGATIVE PRESSURE FASCIAL CUPPING
- Evidence related to cupping
- Equipment safety and infection control
- Theory and Eastern uses of cupping
- Safety and precautions
- Indications and contraindications
- Equipment and techniques
- Cup design differences
- Rim shape
- Cup size and shape
- Multimodal tools
MYOFASCIAL RELEASE PRINCIPLES
- Positive and negative pressure considerations
- Scar release
- Skin glide
- Lab demonstration
APPLICATIONS OF MEDICAL CUPPING
MULTIMODAL DYNAMIC CUPPING APPLICATIONS
- Review of select evidence-based research on fascial release and cupping therapy outcomes.
- Clinical case studies and conclusion, Q&A
IMPROVE YOUR REIMBURSEMENT RATE
- Coding and billing for myofascial cupping
- Justify rehab with the right progress measures and documentation
- Avoid denials and audits with these tips
Dr. Theresa A. Schmidt is President of Educise PC continuing education, and physical therapy in Dartmouth-Sunapee, NH. A board-certified Specialist in Orthopedic Physical Therapy, Expert Witness, massage therapist, and coach with over 30 years’ experience in clinical practice and education, she integrates best evidence-based practices of manual therapy and orthopedic rehab, with complementary medicine approaches for outstanding peak performance. She graduated Long Island University’s Masters Physical Therapy Program in with Highest Honors, and received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy Program at University of New England. She served as faculty at Touro College Physical Therapy Programs, Nassau CC and CUNY Queens College in NY. Dr. Schmidt presented for International Fascia Research Congress, American Physical, Occupational, and Massage Therapy Associations, NASA Inomedic Health, Johns Hopkins, Cleveland Clinic and medical centers across North America. She is a published author, Reiki Master Instructor, and integrative medicine clinician. Learn more at www.Educise.com.
Financial: Theresa Schmidt maintains a private practice. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Theresa Schmidt has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
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