Identifying Clinical Blind Spots – Course Introduction

Welcome to IAMT’s Identifying Clinical Blind Spots course. We appreciate you choosing to join us for this course to expand your clinical knowledge and skillset. This course is a part of our ACOMT certification track, but may also be taken as an independent course. This IAMT course is focused on helping you grow in your clinical practice by identifying areas in your thinking and skills that may be opportunities to improve upon. We will focus on problem solving for treating patients with lumbar dysfunction, but will discuss blind spot application across patients with a variety of diagnoses. We would like to make sure everyone is prepared for the weekend to ensure an optimal learning experience. Below you will find a list of topics to help you prepare.

  • Live Course – The live portion of this course is set to run from 8:00 am – 5:30 pm Saturday and 8:00 am – 5:30 pm on Sunday. Please refer to the main course page for details for course date and location.
  • Attire – Please wear comfortable clothing for this course to be prepared for lab. Make sure you have clothing that will allow access to the spine, upper quarter, and lower quarter regions.
  • Course Manuals – will be provided to each participant the day of the course.

Please click “Mark Complete” below once you have read this introduction. Proceed through all online content (if applicable) and “Mark Complete” on each module prior to the live portion of this course. Once all modules are complete, you are all set for the live portion of this course.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Angie Austin at

We hope you enjoy the course!