Graston Technique Free Webinar Series

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Join Our Free Webinar Graston Technique® Tuesday, July 9th - 2pm & 7pm EST

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Claim Your Spot for the Webinar - Effective Strategies for the Vagus Nerve

Day: Tuesday, July 9, 2024

Time: 2:00 PM & & 7:00 PM (EST) 

Duration: 1 hour 0 minutes

Join physical therapist Jacqueline Shakar for an in-depth exploration into the Graston Technique® and its application for Vagus Nerve dysfunction. This session is designed to enhance your understanding and skills, offering practical solutions that you can immediately apply in clinical settings.

Webinar Objective

  • Review the anatomy and physiology of the Vagus Nerve and its relationship to nervous system upregulation and Parasympathetic Nervous System underactivity.
  • Demonstrate clinical assessments used to indicate that the Vagus Nerve may be underactive and contributing to a patient or client’s pain and/or movement dysfunction.
  • Develop comprehensive treatment plan that integrates manual therapy and the Graston Technique for patients presenting with Vagus Nerve dysfunction
  • Demonstrate manual therapy and Graston Technique applications for patients suffering from Vagus Nerve dysfunction.

Exclusive Offer for Webinar Attendees

As a special thank you for joining us in this valuable learning experience, all participants of the “Graston Technique Effective Strategies for the Vagus Nerve webinar will receive an exclusive 10% discount on their next purchase from the Graston Store.

Earn Valuable CEUs By participating in this webinar, you will not only gain valuable insights into one of the more challenging conditions to treat in physical therapy but also earn CEUs to help maintain your licensure and enhance your professional qualifications.

Why Attend? Enhance your clinical practice with advanced diagnostic and treatment techniques that can significantly improve patient outcomes. This webinar is ideal for physical therapists, chiropractors, and other healthcare professionals who are committed to staying at the forefront of their field.

Steps To Ensure you Receive Your CEUs

Jacqueline Shakar, DPT, MS, PT, OCS, LAT, GTS

Jacqueline Shakar, DPT, MS, PT, OCS, LAT, GTS

Clinical Advisor

Jackie has been a licensed physical therapist and athletic trainer for more than 38 years. She currently works in an outpatient facility, and her clinical focuses include a wide spectrum of patients, including those with pelvic pain, geriatrics, endurance athletes, and those experiencing persistent pain. She received her master’s degree in physical therapy from Boston University in 1983 and completed her Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions in 2011.

Jackie is a board-certified orthopedic specialist by the APTA, and she is a full-time professor in the Physical Therapist Assistant program at Mount Wachusett Community College in Gardner, Massachusetts. Jackie is the senior clinical advisor for the Graston Technique(R) and is a member of its instructional team. Jackie utilizes the Graston Technique(R) extensively with her patients at Central Mass PT and Wellness in West Boylston, Massachusetts.

Mike is one of the original Graston Technique providers, one of the original GT instructors, and now serves as a Clinical Advisor for Graston Technique, LLC. He served as the Clinic Director for GrasTech, the original Graston Technique clinic. He is respected internationally as a leading authority on instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization. Currently, Mike maintains a clinical practice at Body One Physical Therapy in Indianapolis. With his extensive experience in manual therapy, Mike specializes in soft tissue dysfunction associated with orthopedic injuries.