Assessment Webinars

Each Assessment Webinar will focus on a different area and/or issue and will be 4 hours long. This page will serve as a description page for all Assessment Webinars taught by Full Circle. We will be consistently adding new Assessment Webinars and consistently rescheduling dates for each webinar.

Cost:

Each 4-hour Assessment Webinar is $100.

You will receive a $50 refund on the fourth Assessment Webinar you register for. To allow you to pick and choose which Assessment Webinars you would like to take, please register for each webinar separately. When you register for your fourth webinar, Full Circle will refund $50 of your tuition payment.

As always, there are times when we may have calculated your registrations incorrectly. If we do not refund $50 of the tuition for your fourth webinar within 7 days, please email Full Circle at contactfullcircleschool@gmail.com

Webinar structure:

Each 4-hour Assessment Webinar will be taught as follows:

  • 1 hour and 25 minutes of instruction
  • 25 minutes of questions and answers
  • 20-minute break
  • 1 hour and 25 minutes of instruction
  • 25 minutes of questions and answers

Questions will be typed in during the instruction period. During question-and-answer periods, we will give answers to the most common questions until our time for questions and answers is expired.

A recording of the class will be available for review for 7 to 10 days after the scheduled class date.

Textbook used during Assessment Webinars:

Dawn Lewis, the instructor, will be using the Anatomy for Massage Therapists textbook for reference during each Assessment Webinar.

You are welcome to use any anatomy textbook you have. Please be aware, however, that the instructor will not have time to wait as you find pages in the anatomy book you are using.

If you would like to purchase the Anatomy for Massage Therapists textbook, you will get a discount on the book with registration in any Assessment Webinar. Cost for the Anatomy for Massage Therapists textbook in hard copy or digital copy is standardly $139. If you purchase this book in conjunction with a webinar, you will pay $119 for the Anatomy textbook. Please purchase with the links below.

**STOP** Before ordering, what you are about to order is the Anatomy Book for Massage Therapists. Please make sure this is what you wish to order. If you order a hardcopy book that will need to be shipped, please make sure your shipping address is correct in paypal when checking out. This is the address we will send your order to. We will not make refunds for incorrect addresses. Also, because digital books can be downloaded and copied, we DO NOT give refunds once your digital book has been delivered. If you order a hardcopy book, we will refund your money only if you return the book undamaged. You will need to pay return shipping and your refund will only be for the price of the book.

TITLE OPTIONS QUANTITY FEE ORDER
Anatomy Book for Massage Therapists Hardcopy 1 book shipped $119 (includes tax) + shipping with Assessment Webinar registration
Anatomy Book for Massage Therapists Digital Copy delivered through Google drive folder 1 digital book $119 (includes tax) with Assessment Webinar registration

 

Assessment Webinars available:

Shoulder ROM Humeral Focus

Description: This 4-hour live webinar will teach you how to assess shoulder mobility and range of motion through humeral mobility and range of motion. While we will focus on the proximal end of the humerus, where the humeral head meets the scapula to make the shoulder joint, it will also be necessary to explore the distal end of the humerus and how it interacts with the radius and ulna.

As we explore humeral movement, we will be going over muscles and lines of fascia that may be affecting movement of the humerus and thereby effecting range of motion at the shoulder joint.

What this class will NOT do is instruct you in specific ways to fix issues in the shoulder joint. This class will focus on assessment of the shoulder and specifically how the movement patterns in the humerus effect shoulder mobility. While the instructor will discuss which muscles and connective tissues need to be addressed with each pattern, instruction will not be given in specific techniques to work with each pattern.

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Shoulder ROM Scapular Focus

Description: This 4-hour live webinar will teach you how to assess shoulder mobility and range of motion through scapular mobility and range of motion. While we will focus on movement of the scapula, as well as muscles and fascia operating at the scapula, it will also be necessary to explore the rib cage and the relationship between the scapula and the rib cage at the scapulothoracic area.

As we explore scapular movement, we will be going over muscles and lines of fascia that may be affecting movement of the scapula and thereby effecting range of motion at the shoulder joint.

What this class will NOT do is instruct you in specific ways to fix issues in the shoulder joint. This class will focus on assessment of the shoulder and specifically how the movement patterns in the scapula effect shoulder mobility. While the instructor will discuss which muscles and connective tissues need to be addressed with each pattern, instruction will not be given in specific techniques to work with each pattern.

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The Elbow

Description: This 4-hour live webinar will teach you how to assess elbow mobility and range of motion by exploring all joints within the elbow complex, including the humeroradial joint, the humeroulnar joint, and the proximal radioulnar joint. To gain a full understanding of joints in the elbow joint complex, we will need to assess movement patterns in the humerus, the radius, and the ulna, as well as muscles and fascia effecting these bones and the joints of the elbow.

What this class will NOT do is instruct you in specific ways to fix issues in the elbow joint. This class will focus on assessment of the elbow and specifically how the movement patterns in the humerus, radius, and ulna effect elbow mobility. While the instructor will discuss which muscles and connective tissues need to be addressed with each pattern, instruction will not be given in specific techniques to work with each pattern.

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Forearm, Wrist, and Hand

Description: This 4-hour live webinar will teach you how to assess the relationship between the forearm and the hand at the wrist. To gain a full understanding of joints in the wrist joint complex, we will need to assess movement patterns in the radius, ulna, and carpals as they relate to the radius and ulna, as well as muscles and fascia effecting these bones and the joints of the wrist.

Additionally, we will be exploring movement patterns in the carpals as they relate to each other, metacarpals, and phalanges. To gain a full understanding of the movement dysfunction in the hand and how it effects the forearm, upper arm, and shoulder, we will also go over muscles and fascia in the hand.

What this class will NOT do is instruct you in specific ways to fix issues in the forearm, wrist, and hand. This class will focus on assessment of these structures and specifically how the movement patterns in the bones within the forearm and hand effect joint mobility. While the instructor will discuss which muscles and connective tissues need to be addressed with each pattern, instruction will not be given in specific techniques to work with each pattern.

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