Massage for Whiplash in Sports and Car Related Injuries

In this special video presentation by Russian medical massage expert Boris Prilutsky, you'll get a comprehensive overview of the mechanisms behind whiplash injuries, both sports injuries and motor vehicle accidents. You'll understand what happens in the tissue and become aware of the secondary effects that occur as a result of these traumatic injuries. Lastly you'll learn a comprehensive approach to treatment that address both the muscle and fascial elements, trigger points and tissue edema. 
Boris Prilutsky
Boris Prilutsky has been teaching and practicing medical and sports massage for over 40 years. He is the founder of the Southern California Health Institute school of massage, physical therapy aide and chiropractor assistants program in Los Angeles. He graduated with the degree in physical education in the Ukraine, completed postgraduate physical rehabilitation study in Leningrad, and graduated from Medical College in Israel with a major in chiropractic medicine. He’s worked with Olympic teams from the former Soviet Union for 20 years. Boris has trained thousands of therapists worldwide and continues to treat patients in California.

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