Clearly Mr. Blechman has tremendous experience as an athlete, coach, therapist and teacher. His multi-faceted curriculum enthusiasm for material, and cheerful disposition all contributed to a highly effective and enjoyable CE experience.
Lucas Seipp-Williams, CHAC, CMT
Sam is one of the greatest continuing education instructors around. He knows his material, application and how to tech!! This was a wonderful experience.
Trisha Smith
This was an exceptionally helpful day. The small size group and the individual instruction was wonderful. Samuel answered every question without making anyone feel unprepared or embarrassed.
Sandy Greene
The only thing I could ask for would be more time. Samuel was AWESOME and I feel like I got a lot of good useful info to do sport massage. It seemed like so much info in such little time. More time to train under Mr. Blechman would be wonderful.
Andie Lesondak
The teacher was very informative, covered all aspects of sports massage. Samuel made class fun and interesting. I would like to take other classes with him.
Jan Sanborn

Frozen shoulder syndrome 8 CE hours

Date: TO BE ANNOUNCED

Frozen shoulder syndrome or Adhesive Capsulitis, is a common orthopedic condition. The conditions are painful and difficult to heal. However, massage can be a major part of the solution. Massage is one of the best ways to increase circulation around an injured area, reduce the scar tissue and restore mobility. In this hands-on workshop you will learn a wide variety of most effective techniques in the treatment of shoulder injuries, chronic pain and dysfunction as well as therapeutic exercises.

Students will learn: Understand process of rehabilitation. Review of anatomy, physiology, and techniques. Hands on orthopedic assessment and application of techniques to reveal and treat most common musculoskeletal conditions and injuries of the shoulder.
The appropriate therapeutic exercises for complete recovery and prevention of recurrence pathological conditions and injuries of the leg will be presented. Plan of intervention development and hands on practice. Cautions, contraindication and referrals will be discussed. Register Now