CTB Membership Overview
What is the CTB Membership?
The CTB Membership is a 2 year training program that, in total, covers the treatment of pain throughout the entire body. Most students begin with Year 1, which will be dripped out as online streaming videos every week (45mins-2hrs) for 52 weeks. There's no deadline for when you need to complete this material, as you will have access to it forever and can view it in your own time.
What material does Year 1 of the CTB™ Membership cover?
Year 1 of the CTB™ Membership covers all the areas of the body that are going to have an impact on 80% of all the pain that comes through your clinic doors or that you yourself experience. Due to the referral patterns and satellite referral patterns produced by trigger points, treating the shoulder joint and hip joint can relieve pain as far from the joint as the wrist and hand (shoulder), foot and ankle (hip), low back (hip) and head and neck (shoulder).
Using our protocols developed over decades, as well as our system for navigating perpetuating factors such as hyperpronation, leg length discrepancy, breathing dysfunction and workplace ergonomics, you will be guided through an entire system of pain treatment.
If you're not sure that the Muscle Liberator™ is something you want to bring into your clinic, have no fear. We teach all of our techniques both manually and with tools. We recommend you keep the tool if for no other reason than have a killer self-care routine at home.
All of our training is done with proper body mechanics on the floor, but if you're someone who works primarily on the table, we have modification trainings on our Member Mastermind FB group.
And don't forget, each pain area module has a self-care training either for use on your own pain or to bring to your clients. Self-care is key to coaching the body back into normal functioning and it will empower you and your clients to continue making progress.
Year 1 Course Content by Week
SHOULDER PAIN/FROZEN SHOULDER
Week 1: Intro to CTB & Scapular Positioning
Week 2: Trigger Point Physiology and Effects
Week 3: Low Trap
Week 4: Pect Minor
Week 5: Clavicular/Sternal/Costal Pect Major
Week 6: Mid Trap/Rhomboids
Week 7: Serratus Anterior
Week 8: Levator Scapulae
Week 9: Full Scapular Positioning with Muscle Liberator
Week 10: Subscapularis
Week 11: Infraspinatus
Week 12: Supra/Deltoid
Week 13: Scalenes, Serratus Posterior Superior
Week 14: Basic Neck Work and Core Shoulder Protocol
Week 15: Lat/Teres Major Triceps,
Week 16: Biceps, Corachobrachialis, Brachialis and Anterior Deltoid
Week 17: Triceps, Teres Minor and Posterior Deltoid
Week 18: Perpetuating Factors
Week 19: Treating Frozen Shoulder
Week 20: Self Care
Week 21: Sciatica Overview
Week 22: Gluteus Minimus
Week 23: Gluteus Maximus
Week 24: Gluteus Medius
Week 25: Adductor Longus
Week 26: Adductor Magnus
Week 27: Quadratus Lumborum
Week 28: Longissimus
Week 29: Deep Lumbar Spinal Erectors
Week 30: Asymmetry, Postural, Pronation
Week 31: Hip/Sciatica Protocol
Week 32: Sciatica Self-Care
Week 33: Knee Pain Overview & Assessments
Week 34: Chondomalacia/PFPS
Week 35: Vastus Lateralis
Week 36: Rectus Femoris
Week 37: Vastus Medialis
Week 38: Adductors in Knee Pain
Week 39: Sartorius & Gracilis
Week 40: Hamstrings
Week 41: Gastrocnemius & Posterior Lower Leg
Week 42: Glutes & Quadratus Lumborum in Knee Pain
Week 43: Knee Pain Protocol
Week 44: Knee Pain Self-Care & Rehab
HIP, THIGH, GROIN PAIN
Week 45: Hip, Thigh, Groin Overview
Week 46: Tensor Fascia Latae
Week 47: Piriformis & Deep Rotators
Week 48: Pectineus
Week 49: Iliacus & Psoas
Week 50: Vastus Intermedius
Week 51: Dr. Hanscom Knee & Gluteal Pain Session
Week 52: Rehabilitation & Year 2 Preview