Entrapment vs Impingement; Syndromes in the Upper and Lower Extremity. Who’s squeezing who?- Long Island/Wantagh

09/13/20 @ 8:30 am – 09/14/20 @ 5:30 pm
Wantagh American Legion
3484 Park Ave
Wantagh, NY 11793
Cindy Allen

When:September 13-14, 2020
Sunday-Monday 8:30am-5:30 pm

Where:  Wantagh American Legion
3484 Park Ave,  Wantagh, NY  11793

Presenter: Erika Clinton

CEH’s: 16

Class Description:
As massage therapists in today’s world we are often faced with clients  that present with chronic conditions related to their posture, exercise  habits and work postures. In this 2-day class students will learn about 3  common entrapment and impingement syndromes,  sciatica, shoulder or rotator cuff impingement and thoracic outlet  syndrome. These syndromes affect numerous individuals for different  reasons and can be positively resolved through appropriate and detailed  massage therapy techniques.

In this class we will look at each syndrome, understand causes, review  anatomy and learn sequences of massage techniques that can lead to  reduction of symptoms and positive outcomes.

 Materials needed; table, linens, and lubricant

Presenter: Ericka Clinton. LMT

Ericka Clinton is a NY State Licensed Massage Therapist. She obtained her license in 1998 after earning a Massage Therapy Diploma from the Swedish Institute. She has been a faculty member and administrator at the Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences in New York City since 2000. She currently serves as the Dean for the Massage Therapy Program. As a member of the faculty she has taught practical classes in both Western and Eastern modalities and supervised clinical internships and externships. Ericka maintains a private practice as a massage therapist, and has worked as a massage therapist for NY Presbyterian Medical Center’s Integrative Medicine Program and from 2011-2013 worked at the Bendheim Integrative Medicine Center run by Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Ericka received a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesthetic Neuroscience in 2015 from Empire State College. She and has continued studying various forms of structural and myofascial bodywork. She currently teaches a variety of continuing education courses for Massage Therapists in NY and outside the US. Her courses cover various topics such as oncology massage, Shiatsu, medical massage, anatomy and working with special populations. She has participated in research projects related to massage therapy as a principal investigator and interviewer. Ericka has also appeared twice on the Martha Stewart Living Radio program and contributed to various articles on massage therapy.


Early registration ends  August 15, 2020  so register today!

Member Rate:  Early: $240| Regular: $300
Non-Member Rate:  Early: $300 | Regular: $420
Payments of cash will not be accepted at the door – only checks  or credit cards.

Course Completion/Cancellation info: -CEHs and certificates will be granted only to those who register and attend the entire class. No partial credit will be awarded. – Cancellation requests made prior to 14 days of class start date are eligible for a refund less a $20 processing fee. – Requests made 14 or fewer days before the class will receive a credit less a $100 processing fee applicable for AMTA course offerings within a year of cancellation. – All cancellation requests must be made in writing and are based on date of post mark or email. – Any exceptions must be approved by the AMTA-NY Chapter Board of Directors.  Partial refunds for non-completed classes given only in emergency situations and with Chapter President’s approval.  No-shows are not eligible for refund or credit for future classes

 AMTA New York Chapter is an Approved Provider for continuing  Education by the NYSED Office of the Professions State Board for Massage  Therapy (#003)  and by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) (#450787-08).

We welcome all NYS licensed massage therapists, NYS professionals who are licensed to provide massage (physicians, nurses, podiatrists, physical therapists, chiropractors) and currently enrolled massage therapy students to our classes. Per New York State law, you must either have a New York State license to participate in the hands-on portions or, in the case of massage therapy students, be directly supervised by your instructor or other licensed massage therapist.