Distinguished Therapist Mary Massery Returns to ERI with New Course


If you are a therapist striving to improve your practice and treatment of children and adults with common consequential spinal and rib cage restrictions then you cannot miss ERI’s new course, “I SURVIVED, NOW WHAT? Treating the musculoskeletal consequences of maturing with a chronic health condition,” taught by Mary Massery, an expert in treating musculoskeletal restrictions. 

Recognized with numerous distinctions and honors, including The Florence Kendall Practice Award (American Physical Therapy Association’s highest clinical award), Mary Massery is a pioneer in therapeutic treatment. She is celebrated for her multi-system approach to analyzing, recognizing, and identifying treatments that transform the lives of patients, caregivers, and therapists. This course will teach therapists to identify and treat thoracic kyphosis, scoliosis, pectus deformities, rib flares, asymmetries, tightness, and implement proven methods to treat chronic pain and increase patients’ quality of life.

At ERI, we know our community of therapists is dedicated to improving the lives of their patients and we are confident Mary’s course can help improve your practice as well as your patients’ wellbeing.  

Don’t delay, register for Mary Massery’s new course, “I SURVIVED, NOW WHAT? Treating the musculoskeletal consequences of maturing with a chronic health condition.”

Space is limited!

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2 Responses to Distinguished Therapist Mary Massery Returns to ERI with New Course

  1. Peggy Pates says:

    Is this course being offered anywhere else, especially Boston area?

    • Mandy Washington says:

      Hi Peggy, this course is only going to New Jersey this year, but we are booking dates into 2020. As soon as we confirm any locations they will add them to our website.
      Thank you for contacting us

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