Cadaver Lab Visit at Palmer College of Chiropractic
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Saturday, September 14, 9am-1pm (20 spaces total)
Please register early.
We expect this session to sell out early due to limited capacity.
Have you ever wondered what muscle tissue looks and feels like under the skin while massaging your clients? Have you ever estimated where the muscles attached to the bones as you applied myofascial release to the attachments, trying to remember the detailed diagrams from your Trail Guide to the Body? Now you have a chance to not only see, but to also touch some of your favorite muscles in the human body in person.
Join us for an exciting and a unique experience that many massage therapists rarely receive in their basic massage school education. Palmer College of Chiropractic West is opening up their Cadaver Lab for AMTA-CA Silicon Valley Unit members to participate in this very hands-on experience to expand your skills of going deeper under the skin.
In this Cadaver Lab you will have a closer look to see what is under our skin. You will observe and (optionally) feel the relation of muscles, fascia, and bones, how they fit together, how the blood vessels and nervous system supply to them, and where internal organs are in the dorsal and ventral body cavities. The functional anatomy and the clinical relevance of the body regions will be addressed as well.
About our Instructor Dr. Mehdi Moossavi, M.A., D.C.:
Dr. Mehdi is a Professor at Palmer Chiropractic University, Palmer West San Jose campus. He teaches Human Anatomy, Physical Therapy, and other Chiropractic related courses in addition to coordinating the Anatomy laboratory program. He also maintains a private clinical practice in San Jose which primarily focuses on family and sports chiropractic. As a soccer player, he enjoys his free time playing soccer, organizing and coordinating soccer club activities in Santa Clara County. He has earned his Masters in Human Performance focusing on Exercise Physiology from San Jose State University and a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer Chiropractic College West.
Preparation for Your Visit:
- Please arrive by 8:45am to check-in and gather together before entering the lab.
- Bring a warm jacket as the lab may be a little cold to some people.
- SVU will be providing painters masks and latex/rubber gloves for attendees as needed.
- Note that you may encounter some possible strong odors in the lab, so please prepare yourself.
This event will provide 4 NCBTMB Continuing Education Units by AMTA-CA SVU.
AMTA-CA SVU is approved by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider. #450187-06
For more information, check the AMTA-CA Silicon Valley Facebook page, find us on Google+, or visit the Silicon Valley Unit at the AMTA-CA Chapter website.
Have questions about Cadaver Lab Visit (Sept 14)? Contact AMTA-CA Silicon Valley Unit