Live AAT™ Seminars for Medical Professionals


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AAT™ Level 1 Course:




Level 1 focuses upon the Autonomic Nervous System and Brainstem. This is the beginning of the AAT™ training and treatment sequence.


AAT™ Level 2 Course:




Level 2 focuses upon the Limbic System and its influence over the Brainstem / ANS. This is the 2nd part of the full AAT™ training and treatment sequence.

AAT™ Level 3 Course:




Level 3 focuses upon the NeoCortex and its influence over the Limbic System and Brainstem / ANS. This completes the full AAT™ training and treatment sequence.

2017 Course Schedule

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AAT Level 1
2 Day Courses
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June 16-17, 2017
Saturday - Sunday
Tempe, AZ Leslie Clements, PT, AATci $397 Register Now



Dr. Bryan J. O'Neill, MD, AATci


The Neurologic Group of Bucks/Montgomery County

124 DeKalb Pike
North Wales, PA 19454 (not seminar site)
215-699-3727


Dr. O'Neill is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. During his undergraduate years, he studied the Biological Basis of Behavior. He completed his medical school training at the State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Medicine. He went on to complete a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and a fellowship in Neuromuscular Disease at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. Following his training, he joined the full time faculty in the department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Jefferson where he worked full time until his departure in 2006 to join the Neurologic Group of Bucks and Montgomery County, a multidisciplinary specialty group. Dr. O'Neill's special interest and clinical expertise is in the area of chronic musculoskeletal, neurologic and myofascial pain. He helped develop and was the first director of the Myofascial Pain program in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Jefferson. He was the program and course director for Focus on Pain, a 3 day symposium on Myofascial pain drawing national and international attendees. He continues to teach residents and see patient's part time at Jefferson where he is a clinical assistant professor of Rehabilitation Medicine. In his teaching, he educates residents and students about the modern understanding of the neuroscience of pain.

Dr. O'Neill became interested in manual therapy early in his career and he took a number of continuing education courses in the areas of osteopathic manual therapy, muscle energy, trigger point release, massage, postural training, dry needling, trigger point injections and neuroscience education for pain relief. He met Ernie Quinlisk, PT when Ernie was an instructor for a Primal Reflex Release Technique seminar. They continued to correspond as AAT was being developed. Dr. O'Neill attended one of the first AAT seminars on the east coast. He has incorporated AAT into is daily practice and finds it to be one of the most effective tools in dealing with chronic pain, anxiety, fibromyalgia and other chronic conditions. He feels strongly that unless chronic behavioral and reflexive patterns are changed, patients are limited to only short term relief from the various treatments available. Because of his expertise in chronic pain and neuroscience, he was invited to be a medical advisor for the AAT program as well as an AAT instructor.

Dr. O'Neill lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia with his wife Teri and four children. During his time off, he enjoys attending his children's sporting events, racquetball, skiing, and spending time with his family.

Leslie Clements, PT, AATci


Intentional Wellness Physical Therapy, LLC

7560 South Willow Drive, Suite 6
Tempe, AZ 85283
480-747-8433
www.iwnow.com


Leslie has been a practicing Physical Therapist since 1994 graduating from the University of Utah and immediately becoming immersed into the established history of PT helping individuals improve their quality of life. Over the years she has developed a diverse background as a healthcare provider working in nearly every arena of Physical Therapy. That vast experience motivated her to concentrate her pursuits in the direction of helping those with chronic symptoms of pain, dysfunction, and impairments to normal mobility.

Like many of you in the health and wellness community Leslie continually pursues education and investigates diverse treatment protocols in an effort to find and use more efficient and effective ways to treat multiple and chronic conditions. She opened her private practice of Intentional Wellness Physical Therapy in 2012 to provide more personalized time and focus on private sessions that meet and treat the specific needs of each client. The emphasis of all skilled interventions she provides her patients and clients with is built out of the critical relationships between the brain-body connections. Her passion continues to grow towards guiding those who are in chronic dis-ease toward improving their health and wellness in order to achieve lives full of joyful, productive, functional living.

She joined the teaching team at Wellness and Performance because she is devoted to promoting Associative Awareness Techniques™. She is passionate about finding legitimate ways to champion healing and promote overall wellness in her own life as well as her clients and the community at large. She is confident in the AAT approach due to the strong foundational base it has in scientific truths and fundamental principles of neuroplasticity. She is looking forward to sharing this work with all practitioners that share in her vision of encouraging global health and wellness.

Dr. Danny Kasprowicz, DPT, AATci


1411 South Main Street
Boerne, TX 78006
bpt@boernepti.com
830-249-7211
www.boernepti.com


Danny graduated in 1988 from Southwest Texas State University in Athletic Training/Sports Medicine. He then graduated in 1990 from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio in Physical Therapy. In May of 2013, he will graduate with his post professional doctorate from the University of Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas.

He is the owner and physical therapist at Boerne Physical Therapy Institute, which he started with his wife Laura in 1997. He has been practicing PT in outpatient orthopedic settings for 23 years. He enjoys learning/teaching, all outdoor activities, golf and enjoying time with his family.

Danny states, "I had always been frustrated with chronic pain patients with their multiple regions of symptoms. They did not fit into my orthopedic mind, which likes to fit patients into boxes for knee pain, neck pain, etc. I thought I was really getting high tech and advanced when I would treat above and below the joint of injury and discuss nutrition with a patient.

Then I learned Associative Awareness Technique™ or AAT which has changed my view of treatment and rehabilitation; I have a completely new paradigm in which to work. AAT has taught me to see the form and function of the central nervous system and how to use this system to help the body heal itself from the inside out. I am excited to be your AAT instructor and pray you have the same experience I have had in using these powerful techniques."

Scott Musgrave, MSPT, AATcr


Associative Awareness Technique™ Creator
Reflexercise® Author
scott@wellnessandperformance.com
720-224-2558


John Borden, PT, AATci


159 West Main Street

Lower Level East

Webster, NY 14580
john@rochesterptwellness.com
585-872-9669
http://rochesterptwellness.com


John earned his Bachelors of Science degree in Health Science and Masters degree in Physical Therapy from SUNY Upstate Medical University, College of Health Professions in Syracuse, NY in 1998.

Every person has their own reasons for the road they choose through the journey of life. His was one of necessity. The choice of Physical Therapy as a profession was the best choice for John to be able to look for answers to complicated questions. Chronic pain and/or chronic conditioning turned out to be the order of the day for him after a serious accident at work.

The thought of starting college at 33 was less painful than the pain in his foot. The educational process at the university that he attended rewarded searching for answers that worked, instead of doctrines to be adopted. The area of study that he was selfishly interested in was the root of his personal suffering. It also is one of the least well understood or well-treated blanket diagnoses that exists….chronic pain! This led him to attend as many types of continuing education that he could after graduation.

John was blessed with highly skilled colleagues and mentors in his first years in practice. This was helpful in earning the confidence of a friend who allowed him to create the Chronic Pain Program at HCR home care of Rochester, NY in 2005, which was the first home care-based chronic pain treatment program in the country. He was able to educate and train several therapists in that organization to evaluate and treat chronic pain using varied manual techniques and home exercise programs.

In his continued quest for answers to treat chronic pain, a good friend and valued colleague introduced him to PRRT where he received training to the Advanced Level. Soon there after, his initial instructor in PRRT, Jim Krupar, PT made him aware of Scott Musgrave, MSPT and Ernie Quinlisk, PT who are the founders of Associative Awareness Techniques or AAT. He has since completed all 3 levels of AAT training and he looks forward to now teaching AAT to other Health Care Practitioners this new understanding of how to resolve chronic pain and related conditions.

John currently owns Rochester Physical Therapy Wellness PLLC, a Wellness and Performance affiliate, and he has hired colleagues educated and trained in AAT to practice Physical Therapy in a pain free supportive environment.

He lives in picturesque Fair Haven on Lake Ontario with his wife Kim who teaches Spanish in a local school district.

Louie Arias, MES, TMRc, AATci

Functional Fitness Wellness & Sports Performance

7901 Strickland Road Suit 106
Raleigh, NC 27615
exercisetherapy247@yahoo.com
919-757-2882 or 919-272-4039
www.exercisetherapy.citymax.com


Louie received his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology from Campbell University in 1985. He is an Exercise Physiologist and the owner of Exercise Therapy and Functional Fitness Wellness & Sport Performance Center in Raleigh, NC. For the last 16 years, Louie has developed a unique method of treating and training his patients with remarkable results. As an educator and student in his field of study, he is a consultant to Physical Therapists, Chiropractors and Medical Doctors in a team approach of curing chronic pain conditions.

In 2011, Louie was introduced to a new from of treatment that has revolutionized his business and most importantly, how he works with his clients. After he was trained in Associative Awareness Technique or AAT, Louie's training perspective drastically changed based on a new understanding of how the central nervous system affects pain, emotions and attitude.

Louie is now an AAT instructor in North Carolina and looks forward to sharing this unique treatment for chronic conditions with other Medical & Health Care Professions to resolve, not just manage the chronic conditions that frustrate many practitioners and their clients. Louie is the proud father of two beautiful daughters, Olivia and Brianna and he enjoys playing soccer, coaching soccer and relaxing in the Mountains.

Rick Stockwell, PT/ATC

Sunrise Physical Therapy


100 Jenkins Ranch Rd. Suite E3

Durango, CO 81301

rick@sunrisephysicaltherapy.com
970-749-5308
www.sunrisephysicaltherapy.com


Rick received his combined Physical Therapy and Athletic Trainer degrees in 1988 through the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, WA. He jumped right into the sports medicine field working with the local High School, College, Orthopedists, and the general population in Durango, CO. An endurance athlete himself, exercise and a strong balanced body seemed like the answer to most of the problems his patients experienced.

In 1999, Rick contracted Viral Encephalitis, which then progressed to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. All of his biases in helping the body heal and recover from injury and illness were thrown out the window. Rick gained first hand experience of what an imbalance in the Autonomic Nervous System can do, and how poorly it is understood and treated by the "traditional" medical system. After spending 10 years trying to reclaim his life, Rick started working with techniques that focused on rebalancing the Autonomic Nervous System. The dramatic changes he experienced prompted him to open his specialty practice in 2010 so that he could focus exclusively on treating chronic conditions including chronic pain and trauma, and bring the techniques, treatments, and results he had experienced to others.

Always wanting to learn more and stay abreast of the "latest and greatest techniques" Rick has amassed over 1,500 hours of continuing education working to bring the best he can to his patients. Combining this with his formal education, his 25 years of clinical experience, and his own personal journey has given Rick a unique perspective on what works and what doesn't work in treating complex and difficult patients.

Central to his treatment methods for this patient population is Associative Awareness Techniques (AAT). It is one of the easiest and most comprehensive methods available for restoring balance to the Autonomic Nervous System. The body is designed to heal itself, to operate efficiently, and to be free of physical and emotional pain. AAT allows this to happen, letting people reclaim their lives and getting them back to doing the things that bring them joy.

Rick is excited about the opportunity to join Ernie and Scott in teaching AAT and bringing this valuable tool to other practitioners. His own journey has shown him how poorly this part of the body is understood by most practitioners, but how important it is if healing is to occur. He is anxious to help spread the word about how and why the Autonomic Nervous System contributes to chronic pain and chronic conditions, and how it can be also be used with amazing results to restore homeostasis and balance to the body.

Dr. Robert Morea, DPT, AATci


212-73 26th Ave
Bayside, NY 11360
drmorea@thephysicaltherapydoctor.com
718-747-2019
www.thephysicaltherapydoctor.com


Dr. Robert Morea attended Touro College in Manhattan, New York where he graduated with a Master of Science degree in Physical Therapy, which was followed by working in some of the top institutions in the New York area: NYU Medical Center, RUSK Institute, LIJ/ North Shore Health System, and Island Sports Physical Therapy of Glen Cove.

During the next 5 years he completed his Doctorate in Physical Therapy with the University of St. Augustine, Florida. He is married and is the proud father of two sons.

Dr. Morea then passed the exam to become a Board Certified Orthopedic Clinical Specialist, certified by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties. He is also a Certified Manual Therapist, which required 8 post-graduate courses and 21 exams to become certified. He is now able to use these advanced techniques of myofascial and soft tissue manipulation, as well as joint mobilization (including thrust), to treat all aspects of the body (spine, arms, legs). He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association and a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.

After completing his advanced orthopedic training for the treatment of the spine, sports injuries and pre/post surgery, Dr. Morea opened The Physical Therapy Doctor, P.C. in Queens, NY, which has been a highly sought after clinic for a decade.

Dr. Morea also specializes in treating Chronic Pain and uses very gentle techniques to achieve lasting results. One of these techniques is called Associative Awareness Technique or AAT and he is the most advanced trained AAT practitioner on the East Coast. This has enabled him to achieve amazing results with eliminating the most severe chronic pains and conditions.

His wide variety of knowledge and techniques, from advanced to traditional physical therapy to "a new era" of evaluations and treatments, has made Dr. Morea's practice a place that offers better and faster results for everyone.

Dr. Morea is also an AAT Instructor and he looks forward to teaching you and other Health Care Practitioners this new and innovating technique that can resolve many chronic conditions.

Rena Hicks, LPTA, LMT, AATci


ReBalance Center
812 Garfield Avenue South, Suite 1A
Traverse City, MI 49686
info@rebalancecenter.net
231-218-1266
www.rebalancecenter.net


Rena received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology and Religion with an emphasis in Women’s Studies from Central Michigan University. After some time in the work force, she decided to pursue her calling in the field of Physical Therapy. Rena has worked as a Physical Therapist Assistant in a wide variety of settings, from hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, busy outpatient clinics, home health, and neurologic based clinics focusing on traumatic brain injury.

Mindfulness, yoga, and healing of her own chronic pain have been the driving force behind her choices for continuing her education and becoming a member of the team to promote Associative Awareness Technique. Rena is able to credit AAT with the resolution of her chronic pain issues. Rena continues to strive to bring peace and wellness to her community of beautiful Traverse City. She has treated several Veterans with PTSD using Associative Awareness Technique™, and lectures to promote resolution of chronic pain and effects of trauma.

Rena works as a Physical Therapist Assistant in traditional and non-traditional methods to treat traumatic brain injury, sports injuries, chronic pain issues, vestibular issues, and spine and extremities related issues. She is also an American Medical Massage Association accredited member since 2012. Rena is also owner of RH Wellness, LLC, providing a team of Massage Therapists to meet our growing demands for quality, neuro-based massage. She is able to provide traditional and non-traditional manual and massage therapy, using the AAT model to achieve pain resolution and total wellness.

Rena invites you to Traverse City for AAT Level 1 training. This course will change the way you look at your patients, yourself, and your expectations. Try to book an extra day to check out our beautiful resort town. We boast a renovated theater that hosts the world renowned Traverse City Film Festival as well as the Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes. This is well worth the travel.

Dr. Dave Boyland, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, AATci


Goldwyn & Boyland Physical Therapy
274 Tompkins Street
Cortland, NY 13045
boylandd@verizon.net
607-756-9886
www.goldwynandboylandpt.com


Dave Boyland, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, presently owns Goldwyn & Boyland Physical Therapy, PC in Cortland, NY. He is an Assistant Professor Emeritus of Physical Therapy at SUNY Upstate Medical University. He has taught primarily in the areas of Movement Analysis I and II (integration of kinesiology, biomechanics, and examination of the spine and extremities), Interventions III (emphasis in advanced therapeutic exercise techniques and application), Current Issues in Sports Physical Therapy (elective in the entry-level and post-professional programs).

Dave received a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in 2006. He also holds a M.S. degree in Physical Education (emphasis in Adult Fitness/Cardiac Rehabilitation) from Eastern Illinois University and BS degrees in Physical Therapy from SUNY Health Science Center at Syracuse (now SUNY Upstate Medical University) and Physical Education (concentration in Athletic Training) from Canisius College. He holds a license in Physical Therapy (#011326-1) and Athletic Training (#000584-1) in New York State.

He is a Board Certified Clinical Specialist in Sports Physical Therapy, and presents frequently at regional sports medicine and physical therapy conferences. He has served as the Director of Athletic Training and Rehabilitation for the USA Team Handball Women’s National Team and maintains consulting appointments at Homer and Cortland High Schools as an Athletic Trainer. Most recently, he has incorporated Associative Awareness Technique into his practice expanding his focus to include individuals with chronic conditions.

AAT™ Level 1 Accelerated (1 Day) Courses


This Accelerated course delivers all the background science, evaluation skills, treatment application and procedures, as well as hands on training for the first level of AAT™ in 1 day. This is a fast paced environment with very little down time. If you learn quickly and are comfortable in a faster paced course, then this seminar is well suited to you. If you learn better at a slower pace and / or desire more hands on time to practice the techniques, then we suggest looking into our AAT™ Level 1 Full (2 day) Course.

AAT™ Level 1 Course Objectives:
  •      Demonstrate an understanding for the need of a biopsychosocial treatment approach for resolving chronic pain and      related conditions.

  •      Understand the clinical implications between the Brainstem, Limbic System and Neocortex within the spectrum of chronic      pain cycles.

  •      Explain the processing of sensory information through the Central Nervous System and how excitatory or inhibitory      information is sent through motor neurons to create chronic and dysfunctional behavioral patterns.

  •      Understand how exteroceptive and interoceptive sensory inputs interface with the Central Nervous System and their      relationship to chronic pain cycles.

  •      Demonstrate a basic understanding of the Autonomic Nervous System and its role in chronic conditions.

  •      Learn the disorders of the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous Systems and their role within the theoretical      concept of Autonomic Rapid Cycling.

  •      Learn how stress creates automatic physiological changes within multiple body systems, directly affecting the cycles of      chronic pain.

  •      Understand the relationship of trauma within the cycle of chronic pain.

  •      Learn how experience, learning, memory and behavior affect the cycle of chronic pain.

  •      Understand the fight/flight/ freeze responses and the implications in human health conditions and chronic pain.

  •      Understand the vital role of neuroplasticity in the treatment of chronic pain.

  •      Learn to implement treatment interventions specifically targeting the Autonomic Nervous System to resolve chronic pain.

  •      Demonstrate an aptitude for explaining, instructing and applying the steps of AAT™ Level 1: Reflexercise® and
         Sensory Flow™.

  •      Demonstrate the ability to apply AAT™ steps 1-2 efficiently and effectively.

AAT™ Level 1 Full (2 Day) Courses


This Full course delivers the background science, evaluation skills, treatment application and procedures, as well as providing extensive hands on training for the first level of AAT™ in 2 days. If you learn best in a steady paced environment with lots of hands on practice time, then this course is well suited for you.

AAT™ Level 1 Course Objectives:
  •      Demonstrate an understanding for the need of a biopsychosocial treatment approach for resolving chronic pain and      related conditions.

  •      Understand the clinical implications between the Brainstem, Limbic System and Neocortex within the spectrum of chronic      pain cycles.

  •      Explain the processing of sensory information through the Central Nervous System and how excitatory or inhibitory      information is sent through motor neurons to create chronic and dysfunctional behavioral patterns.

  •      Understand how exteroceptive and interoceptive sensory inputs interface with the Central Nervous System and their      relationship to chronic pain cycles.

  •      Demonstrate a basic understanding of the Autonomic Nervous System and its role in chronic conditions.

  •      Learn the disorders of the Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Nervous Systems and their role within the theoretical      concept of Autonomic Rapid Cycling.

  •      Learn how stress creates automatic physiological changes within multiple body systems, directly affecting the cycles of      chronic pain.

  •      Understand the relationship of trauma within the cycle of chronic pain.

  •      Learn how experience, learning, memory and behavior affect the cycle of chronic pain.

  •      Understand the fight/flight/ freeze responses and the implications in human health conditions and chronic pain.

  •      Understand the vital role of neuroplasticity in the treatment of chronic pain.

  •      Learn to implement treatment interventions specifically targeting the Autonomic Nervous System to resolve chronic pain.

  •      Demonstrate an aptitude for explaining, instructing and applying the steps of AAT™ Level 1: Reflexercise® and
         Sensory Flow™.

  •      Demonstrate the ability to apply AAT™ steps 1-2 efficiently and effectively.

AAT™ Level 2 Full Courses


This 2 day course covers the background science, treatment application and procedures, as well as providing extensive hands on training for the second level of AAT™. Level 2 targets the Limbic System and its influence over the Autonomic Nervous System and Brainstem. You must complete our AAT™ Level 1 coursework (via attending a live seminar or accessing our Home Study (Online) courses) prior to attending this Level 2 Seminar.

AAT™ Level 2 Course Objectives:
  •      Demonstrate an understanding for the need of a biopsychosocial treatment approach for resolving chronic pain and      related conditions.

  •      Articulate the science of neuroplasticity and the benefit of patients self-directing neuroplastic changes through consistent      use of AAT™ Life Tools.

  •      Understand the three primary functions of the Central Nervous System.

  •      Understand the mechanisms for neuronal communication using the simple language of excitation and inhibition.

  •      Understand how experiential sensory data produces learning and memory and ultimately behavior.

  •      Demonstrate an understanding of the concept of Long Term Potentiation.

  •      Identify and recognize characteristics of the Chronic Pain Persona within the scope of Learned Helplessness.

  •      Explain the concepts of neuroplasticity to patients using a simple language they can understand to enable them to      achieve success using the Life Tools of AAT™.

  •      Recognize the importance of Multi-Modal Sensory Input required to create Directed Neuroplasticity™.

  •      Understand the critical role the Limbic System plays in the cycle of Chronic Pain.

  •      Understand the emotional “Bermuda Triangle of the Brain” within the scope of the Limbic System and its connections to      the Autonomic Nervous System.

  •      Demonstrate an aptitude for explaining, instructing and applying the steps of AAT™ Level 2:
         Congruency™ and Sensory Tools™.

  •      Demonstrate the ability to apply AAT™ steps 1-4 efficiently and effectively.

AAT™ Level 3 Courses


This 2 day course covers the background science, treatment application and procedures, as well as providing extensive hands on training for the third level of AAT™. Level 3 targets the NeoCortex and its influence over the Limbic System, Autonomic Nervous System and Brainstem. You must complete our AAT™ Level 1 and 2 coursework (via attending a live seminar or accessing our Home Study (Online) courses) prior to attending this Level 3 Seminar.

AAT™ Level 3 Course Objectives:
  •      Demonstrate an understanding for the need of a biopsychosocial treatment approach for resolving chronic pain and      related conditions.

  •      Understand the relationship between the Neocortex, Limbic System and Autonomic Nervous System.

  •      Describe the importance of achieving homeostasis within the Autonomic Nervous System, Limbic System and Neocortex      necessary to resolve chronic pain and related conditions.

  •      Understand how behavior supports experience within the form and function of the Central Nervous System.

  •      Demonstrate an understanding of NeoCortical functions including cognition, consciousness, self–awareness and      self-valuation within the scope of AAT™.

  •      Explain and define the role of the Pre-Frontal Cortex and its relationship to the Limbic System and Autonomic Nervous      System.

  •      Explain how the present moment affects homeostasis.

  •      Recognize the importance of Multi-Modal Sensory Input required to create Directed Neuroplasticity™.

  •      Understand NeoCortical information processing involving Unimodal and Multimodal Association Cortices.

  •      Understand the critical role of Limbic and Multimodal Association Cortices on behavior.

  •      Demonstrate an aptitude for explaining, teaching and applying the steps of AAT™ Level 3: The Letting Go™ and
         Soft Control™.

  •      Demonstrate the ability to apply AAT™ steps 1-6 efficiently and effectively.

AAT™ Course Cancellation Policy


If you need to cancel your seminar enrollment two weeks or more prior to the seminar date, we will provide you with a refund minus a 25% administrative fee, or you may transfer your registration to another seminar date within 6 months of the original seminar date for which you registered at no charge. You also have the option of transferring your funds to the purchase of the same level Online Seminar, which would waive your enrollment in a live seminar.

If you need to cancel your seminar enrollment within two weeks of the seminar date, we will not provide a refund, but will allow you to transfer your registration to another seminar within 6 months of the original seminar date for which you registered.

Wellness and Performance, LLC reserves the right to cancel a seminar due to unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances. If a course is canceled due to weather or low enrollment, a full refund will be given for your seminar registration.

Wellness and Performance, LLC is not responsible for any charges incurred by the registrant due to cancellation of the seminar other than the registration fee; travel costs will not be refunded.

Wellness and Performance, LLC will make every attempt to contact you as soon as possible in the event a seminar must be canceled.




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Once you have progressed through Level 1, you will be ready to progress to Level 2 and eventually to Level 3.
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AAT™ Level 1 Training



All Seminars will be conducted in Colorado at:
Precision Physical Therapy, Inc
275 Century Circle, Suite 103
Louisville, Co 80027

Seminars are conducted from 8:00am - 5:00pm, with an hour for lunch at 12:00pm.

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AAT™ Level 2 Training



All Seminars will be conducted in Colorado at:
Precision Physical Therapy, Inc
275 Century Circle, Suite 103
Louisville, Co 80027

Seminars are conducted from 8:00am - 5:00pm, with an hour for lunch at 12:00pm.

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AAT™ Level 3 Training



All Seminars will be conducted in Colorado at:
Precision Physical Therapy, Inc
275 Century Circle, Suite 103
Louisville, Co 80027

Seminars are conducted from 8:00am - 5:00pm, with an hour for lunch at 12:00pm.