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MIHP Seminar Participants

It's one thing that i can say about Sat. i walked in with a headache and shoulder hurting. And left I left feeling GREAT! Thank you thank you .I had a lot of fun.
Date of feedback: February 22, 2010 HAP Wise Women Seminar
I have heard so much about you over the past year from my previous colleagues who took your class with the Camp Lejeune therapists last year. I have incorporated some exercises and techniques they have shared, however did not thoroughly appreciate your work and dedication. I want to thank you for your dedication in this field. The learning experience has brought me new insights into treating my adult clients at the clinic. I am also one of the pediatric physical therapists and I plan on modifying and using some of the techniques. I am always looking for new activities to work on the gluts.
Date of feedback: October 05, 2009 By: Florence Wilcox Missing Link at Onslow Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville, NC
Functional, "do-able" techniques we can apply right away.
Participant of The Missing Links of the Shoulder, 2003
Unbelievable. This was a life-changing seminar. The techniques are working great with our patients.
By: Steve Kazcmerski PT Clinical Coordinator, Providence Hospital, Southfield, MI. (2004)
Immediate translation to improve function. (When asked what liked most about the seminar).
TML Shoulder participant, 2003
The material was presented in a clear, concise manner. The lab portion was very helpful being able to put it all together.
TML Shoulder participant, 2002
Innovative, "out of the box" ideas.
TML Shoulder participant, 2002
The best course I have ever attended. Useful information. Very good presenter. I wish I had met Sherry and went through this 10-15 years ago.
By: Ms. Sushme Physical Therapist, The Missing Link participant 2001
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