Physio Night Out Buffalo
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Hi there! I'm Dr, E! Are you tired of boring webinars, inservices, or taking up an entire weekend for a seminar? We have the answer for you!
Enter Physio Night Out Buffalo! We know that Buffalo NY is full of great clinicians and students. Yet, outside of out the workplace, we don't get a chance to Learn, Earn (CEUs), and Network.
Learn Functional Mobilizations
Modern Takes on Classic Mobilizations
Learn how to make any manual therapy technique pain free
Mobilization - Why does it have to be static and in open packed position? It doesn't!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Buffalo Physio Night Out?
It's the next level of Continuing Education. We believe in Learning, Earning, and Networking!
Physio Night Out will have 2 hour live seminars with local and guest speakers. Topics will range from Modern Manual Therapy - Mentorship and Mastery Series, Integrating Pain Science with your current clinical Framework, Blood Flow Restriction Therapy, Marketing your Practice Online. Topics will rotate from month to month and year to year.
Most importantly, we'll go out for drinks after each seminar to hang out with like minded, local clinicians and students with a passion for Physical Therapy!
Are the courses approved for CEUs in NY?
Yes! All of our seminars are eligible for 2 CEUs for PTs and PTAs in New York State!
How does the Mastery Series Work? And the Mentorship?
Each Mastery Series of Courses includes 4 seminars and 4 Problem Solving and Mentoring Sessions. They are open to current clinicians as well as students. Topics will be based on Dr E's Modern Manual Therapy Series of Seminars and The Eclectic Approach Philosophy.
You do not need to take them all in order, but it helps. If you attend UQ Assessment and Treatment Part 1 one month, you should plan on taking UQ Problem Solving 1 - the follow up session where we talk live cases and clean up assessment and treatment techniques.
Each Seminar and Problem Solving/Mentoring Session are 1 month apart to allow time for application of the concepts learned in the live 2 hour courses.
What if I miss one of the Series Seminars?
Each 2 hour Seminar and also problem solving/mentoring session will be recorded and will be available for replay if you missed it. If you registered and were not able to attend, you can view the online video and still get CEUs. It's also possible to register for the online version after the course has been recorded and edited for the same fee as the live version.
This sounds amazing! What is the cost?
Individual courses will cost $175, if you purchase 3 and 6 packs there are quantity discounts.
Current Course List
Modern Manual Therapy: The Eclectic Approach Mastery Series
- UQ Assessment and Treatment Part 1 - Cervical Spine and Shoulders
- UQ Problem Solving 1
- UQ Assessment and Treatment Part 2 - Elbow, Forearm, Thoracic Spine
- UQ Problem Solving 2
- LQ Assessment and Treatment Part 1 - Lumbar Spine and Hips
- LQ Problem Solving 1
- LQ Assessment and Treatment Part 2 - Knee, and Foot/Ankle
- LQ Problem Solving 2
Modern Manual Therapy: The Eclectic Approach to Thrust Manipulation for the Cervical Spine
Modern Manual Therapy: The Eclectic Approach to Thrust Manipulation for the Thoracic and Lumbar Spines
Modern Manual Therapy: The Eclectic Approach to Clinical Neurodynamics
What do others say about learning Modern Manual Therapy and Mentorship?
"I was privileged to have met Erson Religioso on a skype telehealth call sometime around 2014. Erson graciously agreed to treat one of my most complex lumbar spine cases, and was successful in abolishing his pain in minutes when I had failed to help him over four weeks time. I was even luckier when, Erson offered his time to mentor me through the next 2 years as he assisted me in clinically reasoning through very difficult cases, proving to me that with his eclectic approach, most cases could rapidly respond in only 1 -2 Skype sessions. Mentoring and Modern Manual Therapy is truly the source of wisdom for best practices in clinical reasoning, and a collection of timeless principles that Erson taught me over the years. I cannot recommend this resource enough to any aspiring manual therapist or manual therapy veteran. The blogs and videos alone are probably worth thousands if not tens of thousands of dollars, and will cut years off of your OMPT training and personal development.
"You know Dr. E, when I started my first job as a therapist, I took whatever job I could get for the rate I wanted. And despite all of my valuable knowledge, It was impressed upon me that massage increased patient compliance and was a must. My second job stressed the same value. And all of a sudden I allowed the quality of my massage to be the measure of my quality as a therapist. By massaging literally everyone I treated, I learned about different tissue quality and I became quite good but I also learned how to fall asleep on the couch every night as a newly wed.
I quit my job and searched for a place where I could forge my own path and began to revisit the foundations and try to figure out more efficient ways of treating. Then I interviewed with a mentee of yours, and while I didn’t get the job, I heard about you. And here I am, two years later, starting to get people better with a lot less work. I can’t tell you how much your courses mean to me.
I am slowly bringing your teaching into my clinic to impact my colleagues and my patients to better help people with real sustainable manual approaches with an education emphasis encouraging patient independence and accountability. For female therapists, I think that your courses are even more important. I’ve hear many bosses throw out judgements based on a woman’s “might” and or “size” and “strength.” The basis of your Eclectic Approach is that we can actually create manual techniques that work best for our self and the patient and don’t have to prescribe to any particular way! As long as it works and we help and guide the patient to where they want to be."
"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."