Certification in Advanced Manipulative Therapy (CAMT®)

Hands-On Seminars, in collaboration with Leading Change Seminars, now offers an Advanced Manipulative Therapy Certification Program!

Course Features

  • cropped-new-hoc-favicon-1.png Type – Live
  • cropped-new-hoc-favicon-1.png Duration – 19 CEU Hours per Course (95 Total)
  • cropped-new-hoc-favicon-1.png Appropriate for - PTs, PTAs
  • cropped-new-hoc-favicon-1.png Language – English

Program Overview

  1. CAMT 1: Lumbopelvic and Hip Complex
  2. CAMT 2: Cervicothoracic and Shoulder Complex
  3. CAMT 3: Joint Mobilization for the Upper Extremity
  4. CAMT 4: Joint Mobilization for the Lower Extremity
  5. CAMT 5: Advanced Spinal Manipulation

Program Fees:

  • Per course in Astoria: $999
  • Entire CAMT® in Astoria: $4,995
  • Per course at YOUR Facility (Includes 10 participants & travel expenses): $12,000

Courses Description

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CAMT 1: Lumbopelvic and Hip Complex

Focus is placed on integrating your EMG results and combining those results with a systematic evaluation of the spine, hip, and pelvis. Differential diagnosis is taught between spine vs hip vs pelvis to identify the origin of your patients’ pain. Once the origin of the patients’ pain is identified learn to consistently change, even your most challenging patients’ pain, with our proven spinal mobilization techniques.

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CAMT 2: Cervicothoracic and Shoulder Complex

Learn a systematic evaluation of the cervical spine, thoracic spine, and GHJ that will consistently identify the origin of your patients’ pain. The hands-on manual format will teach you mobilization techniques to change your patients’ pain on the very first visit. Begin changing your patients’ pain anywhere from severe radicular symptoms to chronic headaches with these proven hands-on mobilizations.

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CAMT 3: Joint Mobilization for the Upper Extremity

This course continues to build the CAMT skill set by expanding your knowledge of the biomechanics and differential diagnosis of the upper extremity and how to effectively mobilize each joint to immediately change your patients’ pain. Focus is on teaching how to resolve many common upper extremity conditions, like adhesIve capsulitis, lateral epicondylitis, carpal tunnel, etc, by utilizing manual hands-on joint mobilizations.

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CAMT 4: Joint Mobilization for the Lower Extremity

This course continues to build the CAMT skill set by expanding your knowledge of the biomechanics and differential diagnosis of the lower extremity and how to effectively mobilize each joint to immediately change your patients’ pain. Focus is on teaching how to resolve many common lower extremity conditions, like meniscal derangement, hip OA, plantar fasciitis, etc, by utilizing manual hands-on joint mobilizations.

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CAMT 5: Advanced Spinal Manipulation

This is the summit and final course in the CAMT skill progression. This course brings all the other courses together with highly advanced spinal mobilizations. This course is only available to attendees who have been through all prior prerequisite CAMT courses and already possess the prior learned advanced skills of systematic spinal evaluation and spine/extremity mobilizations. Attendees will be at a very high level of practice upon completing the Advanced Spinal course and the CAMT certification.

Courses Dates in Astoria, NY

  • CAMT 1: November 20/21, 2021
  • CAMT 2: January 22/23, 2022
  • CAMT 3: March 19/20, 2022
  • CAMT 4: April 23/24, 2022
  • CAMT 5: June 11/12, 2022

Courses Locations

All classes are held at 32-44 31st St., Astoria, NY 11106.

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At your PT Practice!

Meet the Instructors

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Dr. Adam P. Soltys

Doctor at Neff Physical Therapy & Hands-On Seminars Faculty

Adam P. Soltys graduated with his Doctorate degree from Lebanon Valley College in 2017. Prior to graduation, Adam spent 16 weeks at Daniel B. Neff Physical Therapy for his final clinical rotation, where he learned under the tutelage of Dr. Greiner and Dr. Neff. Adam has been trained extensively in a spinal mobilization based treatment philosophy, and brings experience working with all patient populations from his various clinical rotations and personal experiences. Adam’s training has led him to become very proficient in the treatment of a host of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular disorders, including low back pain, neck pain, and vertigo/vestibular dysfunction.

Originally from Ephrata PA, Adam graduated from Pine Grove Area High School in Schuylkill county in 2011, where he served as captain of the football team, wrestled, and played basketball. Adam went on to play football at LVC, where he was first exposed to the patient side of physical therapy in rehabilitating an injury of his own. This experience allows Adam the unique perspective of being able to better relate to athletes as well as the general population of patients and share with them what they can expect over the course of their recovery.

Kris

Dr. Kristopher Davis

Doctor at Neff Physical Therapy & Hands-On Seminars Faculty

Kristopher Davis completed his Doctorate degree at Thomas Jefferson University in 2018. Kris joined Daniel B. Neff Physical Therapy in Spring 2018, where he spent 16 weeks learning under the tutelage of Dr. Neff, Dr. Greiner, and Dr. Soltys. Kris has been extensively trained in manual therapy techniques, such as spinal and joint mobilizations, to treat a host of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular conditions.

Originally from Doylestown, PA, Kris graduated from Central Bucks East High School in Bucks County in 2011. Kris went on to attend Elizabethtown College where he earned a B.S. in Biology and captained both the Men’s Soccer and Baseball teams. This experience as a former collegiate athlete has allowed Kris a unique perspective of understanding the physical and mental demands of performing at a high level. Dr. Davis uses his experience and extensive manual therapy skills to assist the general and athletic populations in alleviating musculoskeletal and neuromuscular conditions, such as low back pain, neck/shoulder pain, and vertigo/vestibular issues.