Neurofascial Mobilisation for Ulnar & Radial Nerve Dysfunction

Steven Goldstein presents ways to address neuro-fascial restrictions for the radial and ulnar nerve. Included will be a presentation on the physiology of neurodynamics and mechanical interface of nerves defining their movement in relation to the musculoskeletal system.

During the theoretical component, Steven will also cover major dysfunctions that effect those specific pathways and ways to apply various techniques to resolve tension and dysfunction that effect those neural pathways.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the anatomy of the region
  • Knowledge of the clinical biomechanics of nerves in general
  • Principles of neuromobilisation
  • Treatment application to the radial and ulnar nerve pathways

Learning Outcomes

  • Will observe through demonstration application to the nerve pathways
  • Will observe special tests associated with radial/ulnar nerve dysfunction.

Watch below for a sample of Steven's techniques:

About the Presenter

Steven Goldstein, an American émigré to Australia in 1999, resides in Melbourne, Australia, where he holds a Bachelor of Health Science in Musculoskeletal Therapy and Bachelor of Arts in Education. He is an innovative massage educator instructing his unique blend of direct myofascial, indirect osteopathic releasing methods and somatic approaches known as Integrative Fascial Release internationally since 1995. Steven chaired the Australian Association Massage Therapists AAMT National Education Subcommittee from 2004-2011 and chaired the Internal Course Advisory Committee for Musculoskeletal Therapy Degree at Endeavour College of Natural Health 2005-2007.


Cost: $30.00
Theory Presentation: 1 Hour
Technical Presentation: 1 Hour
Total Presentation Duration: 2 Hours
Assessment: Online short quiz (70% pass rate required)
Certificate of Completion: Downloadable on successful quiz completion