"Brett does an amazing job making the complexities of weightlifting easy and digestible for clinicians. More PTs need exposure to rehabbing weightlifters and this is an amazing resource because of the detail he goes into when breaking down movements. You will feel ready and prepared next time you have an active patient
that wants to get back to lifting weights in your schedule."
Connor Bombaci PT, DPT, CSCS
"Bundle with the certification - Great value!
This online course on BFR was perfect. Concise information and easy to digest. Dr. Coffey is very passionate about the subject and it’s impact on patients.
What I love most was the ability to bundle the ERS cuffs, Doppler, and CertMST certification with the course. It’s hard to get to a live course so this enables me to learn at my own pace and schedule! What a brilliant idea! Now I have everything I need to start using with my patients and it’s the best bargain I’ve found."
"Basically, I felt like before the course, I had tried to perform your system and techniques but usually wasn’t too successful because I didn’t fully understand the minor details (hand placements, sets/reps, etc). I feel like now this week I have been able to “fully unleash” the system if that makes sense. I have had about 5 major breakthroughs this week in either new patients or existing ones that I was having trouble week in 2.5 days. I just feel much more confident with it."
Ryan Ruben, DPT, PT, MS
"I had the pleasure of taking Erson’s TMM seminar. This course is like no other. Erson shows you how to effectively assess and treat the TMD population in a stepwise fashion. He gives you a framework that helps to simplify the complex. The techniques and principles can be utilized for many other patients dealing with shoulder, cervical spine, and thoracic spine dysfunctions. After taking this course I have achieved consistently strong clinical outcomes with this overlooked population."
Tom Puckhaber PT, DPT, Cert. TMM
"A must for outpatient orthopedic clinicians
Treatment of the whole individual is crucial especially in trying to drive long term life style changes individuals vs short term fixes through manual therapy and other passive care alone. This seminar definitely educates clinicians on the target principles but also helps them apply them to clinical practice through helpful examples.
As a busy clinician, business owner and father I appreciated how the lecture was broken up into the 12 modules so I could do it over time with good breaking points. "
Andy McLlarky PT
After taking over 100 seminars in the first 10 years of my career, I came to a point where clashing ideas and schools of thought needed cohesion. I felt like I needed simplicity over complexity, and systems over techniques. Even as a classically trained Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Fellow, I realized that less was more and to really help someone recover meant to empower them, not fix them.
Thanks so much Dr. E! Really enjoyed and just finished the theory and makes a lot of sense to me. I'm excited to treat people in a more painless approach as possible. That was always my desire and now it's more clear that it will be as effective and a bonus to put less stress on me as a practitioner. It felt so much easier for a long time to explain you are 'breaking up scar tissue' and 'releasing muscles'
Tyron Walters, DC
The online CertMST course was fantastic and allowed me to work through all components at my own pass. I use the Edge Restriction System everyday with Olympic level athletes and have found it to be one of the best products on the market for BFRT. I highly recommend anyone who is working in a rehabilitation setting of any level and interested in BFRT to complete the course!
Tim Robets - Physiotherapist Shanghai Institute of Performance
This seminar opened my eyes to the world of modern pain science. Over the last decade we’ve come to realize that pain is simply not the result of muscle weakness or even tissue damage. Gone are the days of thinking we are releasing “adhesions” or breaking up “scar-tissue”. It’s much more complicated than that.
Michael Mash, DPT, CSCS, FMS