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Michael McGillicuddy is Nationally Certified in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and is the President of USA Pro-Sports, a continuing education company, which conducts workshops throughout the world. Michael is also an internationally recognized speaker and has spoken in the USA, Europe and Australia. He graduated from the Florida School of Massage Therapy in Gainesville, Florida in 1984 and is the owner and administrator of the Central Florida School of Massage Therapy in Winter Park, Florida where he teaches and practices massage therapy. Michael designed and conducts a sports internship program at the University of Central Florida for graduate students of massage therapy. In 1996 Michael was selected as an Athlete's Medical Service Volunteer working in the Atlanta Olympic Village Athletic Training Room. He is the past State President of the Florida State Massage Association. Michael is an International educator and has conducted Sports Massage and pain management massage trainings throughout the United States.
Friday May 20th, 2011 12:00
Introduction to Pain Management and Sports Massage. Join Micheal McGillicuddy for this three hour workshop called "Introduction to the Regional Fifteen for the Lower Extremities". This is the first workshop in a series of three which combines Pain Management concepts and strategies with massage therapy treatments.
Saturday May 21st, 2011 2:00
Introduction to Kinesio Taping. Join Micheal McGillicuddy for this three our workshop called Introduction to Kinesio Taping. Kinesio taping is a technique that can be incorporated into your massage treatment protocols to enhance and prolong the effectiveness of the treatment. If you are treating clients with pain, lymphatic problems, sports injuries, poor posture or muscle imbalances you might want to consider adding Kineiso Tex Taping Method to your practice.