H-e-a-t LDT50 THERAPY 2 THE ENTIRE BODY TREATMENT TRAINING

H-e-a-t LDT50 THERAPY 2
THE ENTIRE BODY TREATMENT TRAINING


MANUAL & INSTRUMENTAL LYMPH DRAINAGE (MLD & ILD)
COMPRESSION THERAPY

DURATION 5 Days 50 Class Room Hours & 30 Home Study Hours
TUITION US$1,000.00 per person, text & DVD/video US$88.00
LOCATION TBD
CONTACT Dr Reinhard R Bergel, H-e-a-t Inc 619-498-1968 email drb@h-e-a-t.com
ON SITE Travel & Lodging Expenses are in addition to the training tuition.
(A) Less then 6 people US$ 1,500.00 per facility day
(B) 6 - 12 people US$ 1,000.00 per person
Text & DVD/video US$ 88.00 per person
DEPOSIT US$2,000.00 non-refundable is required to book a date.
Items, which must be furnished by the host facility
• Room to hold the workshop/training 
• VCR/TV/LCD PROJECTOR set-up
• Massage tables or equal

TARGET GROUP This training offers didactic and practical instruction of Manual & Instrumental Lymph Drainage designed for physiotherapist, occupational therapist, registered nurse, and skin care specialist.


TRAINING TIME
 five (5) consecutive days fifty (50) classroom contact hours of theory and practicum, plus thirty (30) home study hours before the start of the classroom training. A home study knowledge content test will be administered on day 1 of the classroom training.


TRAINING PREREQUISITS The didactic and practical instruction of the training is designed for massage therapists, estheticians, and medical and allied health professionals, requiring basic knowledge in anatomy, physiology.


HOME STUDY The text and video will be provided before the training . The training participant is expected to complete 30 hours home study prior to the first day of class. This will develop an extensive knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of the lymphatic system, as it will facilitate a smooth entry and progression of the training.

TRAINING DESCRIPTION The fifty (50) hours classroom training involves hands-on work with application to each body part. The theory covers anatomy and physiology of the lymph vessel system, connective tissue, effects of manual lymph drainage, indications and contraindications. Edema, lymph edema and venous insufficiencies are described with emphasis on how lymph drainage & compression therapy can affect them.


TRAINING OBJECTIVES At the conclusion of the eighty (80) hours training, participant will be able to describe basic principles of anatomy, physiology & pathophysiology of edema lymph edema, the venous system and fluid dynamics of the lymphatic system, recount indications & contraindications for therapeutic intervention, and systemic fluid retention, reproduce the treatment specifics of Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD) (ad modum Vodder & Asdonk, MD), perform full treatment applications of manual lymph drainage & simulated case presentations by regional anatomy of the body, advise clients regarding specifics of ADL, exercise and augmentive therapies (hydrotherapy) and skin care, and become prepared for a subsequent advanced twelve (12) day class room training , covering specifically Compression Physiotherapy (CPT) - lymph drainage & lymph edema hand stroke methods, compression bandaging, garment fitting, remedial exercise procedures & skin care) in the treatment of lymph edema and venous insufficiency edema.


TRAINING PARTICULARS Due to hands-on training time, enrollment is limited to 20. Wear comfortable clothes (sports bra, 2 piece swim suit)


TRAINING CONTENT 
Classroom Didactics 10 hours 
Home Study Didactics 30 hours the lymphatic and venous systems: anatomy & histology; physiology & pathophysiology; fluid dynamics of lymphatic system
Classroom Practicum 40 hours 
Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD) Client evaluation & history, hand-stroke techniques, treatment application of hand stroke patterns by regional anatomy of the entire body.


TRAINING SCHEDULE

Day 1
8:00am-6:00pm
Home study knowledge content test
Theory & Practicum

Anatomy of the arterial, venous, lymphatic system, skin structures and functions; physiology of microcirculation; pathology and etiologies of edema; Hand Stroke Method: Throat,
Day 2
8:00am-6:00pm
Theory & Practicum
Anatomy of the Lymphatic System: Throat, Neck, and Abdomen;
Hand Stroke Methods: Throat, Neck, and Abdomen
Day 3
8:00am-6:00pm
Theory & Practicum
Anatomy of the Lymphatic System: Lower Extremity, Arm;
Hand Stroke Methods: Lower Extremity, Arm
Day 4
8:00am-6:00pm
Theory & Practicum
Anatomy of the Lymph System: Back, Flank, Face, Chest
Hand Stroke Methods: Back, Flank, Face, Chest
Day 5
8:00am-6:00pm
Theory & Practicum
Hand Stroke Methods practice, evaluation & examination, deciding treatment plan, indications & contraindications, Review
Examination Written and practical