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    Connect to What's Next | ConnectTherapy™ & The Thoracic Ring Approach™

    Let the ConnectTherapy Series Challenge your Mind and Change your World, and the worlds of your patients. This 5‐day course incorporates new developments and is specifically for physiotherapists who have previously completed the Discover Physio or ConnectTherapy™ Series.

     Sydney, NSW, Australia
     August 12-16, 2019
  • LJ Classroom
    Connect the Whole Body & Optimize Performance with ConnectTherapy™ & the Thoracic Ring Approach™
    4 Day Format

    Determine when the thorax is or is not the primary driver for pain or reduced performance during whole body movements through learning the manual skills and clinical reasoning framework of the Thoracic Ring Approach and ConnectTherapy.

     Vancouver, BC, Canada
     September 11-14, 2019
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    Build your Clinical Expertise | ConnectTherapy™ & the Thoracic Ring Approach™

    Let the ConnectTherapy Series Challenge your Mind and Change your World, and the worlds of your patients. The course consists of 15 days of face-to-face learning, spread out over 3-five day sessions (Parts 1-3) and combined with extensive online support and directed course preparation.

     Kitchener, ON, Canada
     Dates:
    Part 1: October 21-25, 2019
    Part 2: March 2-6, 2020
    Part 3: June 28 (Sunday) - July 3 (Friday), 2020 *note day off Wed, July 1st
  • Aukland New Zealand
    Recurrent Groin & Hamstring Problems – Find the Driver & Treat the Whole Person with ConnectTherapy™

    Learn the key observational and hands-on skills needed to determine if the pelvis and hip are optimally or non-optimally transferring loads during whole body functional tasks related to daily activities and sport in Meaningful Task Analysis (MTA) (Lee LJ 2008).

     Northcote, Auckland, New Zealand
     November 13-16, 2019
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    Recurrent Groin & Hamstring Problems – Find the Driver & Treat the Whole Person with ConnectTherapy™

    Learn the key observational and hands-on skills needed to determine if the pelvis and hip are optimally or non-optimally transferring loads during whole body functional tasks related to daily activities and sport in Meaningful Task Analysis (MTA) (Lee LJ 2008).

     Sydney, NSW, Australia
     November 21-23, 2019