Erik Dalton has begun his popular nationwide Myoskeletal Alignment® workshop tour. Due to demand from West coast manual therapists, a three-day, 24 continuing education “hands-on” training workshop has been scheduled for May 21 to 23 in Los Angeles, California.

The highly rated Dalton Spinal Engine Workshop teaches advanced Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques for neck, lumbar and leg pain—tuning the spinal engine. Therapists master immediately applicable strategies for finding and fixing stubborn kinetic chain kinks. Also demonstrated are specially designed deep-tissue, muscle energy and joint-stretching routines for chronic muscle guarding caused by skeletal fixations.

Add these powerful hands-on pain management skills to your toolbox of touch. Learn to correct persistent conditions, such as neck cricks, sciatica, SI joint pain, plantar fasciitis, lumbago, bum knees, scoliosis, rotator cuff injuries and piriformis pain.

Dalton’s unique approach to chronic pain produces exponential rewards through increased client satisfaction and referrals. A perfect class for the dedicated massage therapist, physical therapist, doctor of chiropractic and sports/structural integration therapist.

The workshop is scheduled at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport, 5711 West Century Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90045. Tuition for the workshop is $395. For more information and to register, visit www.daltonworkshops.com.

“I’ve found Erik Dalton’s teaching skills and practical application of specific therapeutic techniques to be some of the best in the business in the last 25 years. His seminars, books and videos will be a beneficial addition to your bodywork practice in uniqueness, quality and results,” said Dr. Robert Groves, director of American Schools of Natural Healing.

Dalton serves as executive director of the Freedom From Pain Institute®, which is committed to the research and treatment of chronic pain conditions. Dalton shares his vast therapeutic background in massage, Rolfing® and osteopathy in his engaging and informative pain-management workshops. Myoskeletal Alignment workshops enhance all forms of manual therapy. For more information, visit http://erikdalton.com.

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