In addition to the information provided at Post-event Sports Rehabilitative massage - CEU Volume #7, this program includes stretching for all body parts. Incorrect application of stretching can lead to trauma, and Boris will be presenting and explaining the details. Beyond the techniques of pre-event and post-event sports massage, these methods can and should be utilized in providing stress management massages. They serve as an introductory massage when treating painful back and limb disorders, as well as in cases of insufficient parasympathetic function, providing crucial release of Acetylcholine. The techniques employed in pre-event sports massage are undeniably the most powerful methodology.
To Whom It May Concern,
On July 22, 2016 I was at a full stop behind another car when a distracted driver hit me going about 40 miles per hour.
As a result of the accident, I was diagnosed with Post Concussive Syndrome. I experienced horrible pain including excruciating migraines, extreme light and sound sensitivity, the inability to process thought, I couldn't be around people as it was too exhausting to carry on conversation and my brain was too foggy and confused to drive.
Edward G. Barton, MD
Diplomate of American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Board Certified in Neurology
Board Certified in Clinical Neurophysiology, FABPN
Approximately 11 years ago, I was referred to Boris by my colleague as a patient seeking treatment for my chronic neck disorders. The outcome was truly remarkable. Boris Prilutsky, using his fingers, conducted a thorough examination of soft tissue. He explained that the science of medical massage is rooted in practitioner's ability to detect tension buildups within the fascia and muscles.
Eli Gang, MD, FACC, FAHA, FHRS,
Clinical Professor of Medicine at Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA,
Heart Institute, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles,
Several years ago I was introduced to Boris Prilutsky's unique talents as a practitioner of medical massage by a patient of mine who had severe hypertension and known coronary artery disease. The patient's hypertension was actually quite difficult to treat with conventional pharmaceutical medications because of inefficacy and significant drug-related side-effects. Boris introduced the patient and me to his techniques which involve fascia release in the cervical region of the spine...
"I came to Boris with numbness and tingling in my left arm, shoulder and neck. Although the sensation in my arm was relatively new to me, it sure wasn’t new to Boris. He knew what to do, and how to to do it, and feeling started to return to my arm within one session. A few more sessions and the numbness was gone and has not returned. Boris gave me a few exercises to perform on my own and that was that. Problem gone. I have the greatest respect for Boris and my arm is forever grateful!"
TV producer and director
"I never believed in the therapeutic effectiveness of any kind of massage therapy, until I became Boris Prilutsky's patient."
Victor Gura, M.D.
Associate Clinical Professor
UCLA School Of Medicine
"I have had a wonderful first hand experience with massage therapy as provided by Boris Prilutsky. The Scientific foundation of his methods is interesting to me as I have found this lacking in other therapies I have experienced. Through Boris, I found that this type of massage therapy was developed by physicians. The application of massage therapy to blood pressure control is particulary intriguing.
Ranon Udkoff, M.D., Ph.D.
"After more than 35 years of practical clinical experience, I was really surprised by the effectiveness of Boris' methodology of treatment."
Lev Luzin, R.P.T., Ph.D.
"I can endorse the clinical work and teaching of Boris Prilutsky without reservation. I have seen him teach his students and he is an excellent role model for massage therapists and an inspiring teacher. I have found the clinical methods utilized by Boris Prilutsky to be very advanced especially the aspects pertaining to reflex-therapy. I feel that these methods can be used to complement stress management and pain management programs."
David Schechter, M.D.,
Board Certified Family Practice CAQ Sports Medicine
Clinical Associate Professor USC School of Medicine
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