Level II Certification Course - Postural Distortions: Ascending vs. Descending Patterns

Diagnosis and treatment of the chronic pain patient with the Primus Metatarsus Supinatus foot structure whose pain is the direct result of distorted posture coming from both the PMS foot structure and the cranium and/or occlusion.  

Prerequisites:  

  • Successful completion of Level I Certification Course taught by Professor Rothbart.
  • 100 documented cases using Rothbart Proprioceptive Insoles demonstrating a thorough understanding and competent usage of Level I therapy.
  • Acceptance of completed application form by Professor Rothbart.


Schedule
The course is offered in two ways:

Two Consecutive Weeks
96 total hours

  • Monday through Saturday.
  • The 12 days consist of 16 hours theory and 80 hours hands-on training.
  • This course is given in the month of July of each year.


Eight Weekend Classes
96 total hours

  • The weekend classes consist of 16 hours theory and 80 hours hands-on training.
  • The classes will be given the 1st and 3rd weekends of each month for four months.
  • This course is given January through April of each year.


Level II Certification qualifies you to:

  • Treat the chronic pain patient with the Primus Metatarsus Supinatus foot who has both ascending (from the feet) and descending (from the cranium) patterns of distorted posture.


Level II Certification does not qualify you to:

  • Treat the PreClinical Clubfoot Deformity.
  • Teach Introductory Seminar.
  • Teach Level I Certification Course.
  • Teach Level II Certification Course.

A registered and numbered diploma, signed by Professor/Doctor Brian A Rothbart and the Secretary of IARPT, is issued upon the successful completion of the Level II Certification Course.