Who should attend this workshop:
Practitioners who are already using FSM or are currently enrolled in the Foundations course.
- Gain a deeper understanding of overlooked causes of Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction from a NeuroMyoFascial perspective
- Differentiate between active trigger points, latent trigger points and fascial distortion
- Be able to quickly identify dysfunction in the “Mover and Stabilizer muscles” that can lead to, or be the culprit of your patient’s pain
- Gain an appreciation for long-standing and acute dysfunction driven by the brain/central nervous system which is “simply compensating for an injury/dysfunction/trauma/catastrophic event”
- Gain a deeper understanding of the EMOTIONAL impact of injury or trauma on the NeuroMyoFascial and limbic systems.
- Review the Adverse Childhood Experiences research (ACEs) as it relates to chronic pain, disability, addiction and disease
- Be able to identify specific myofascial pain pattern maps associated with neck, shoulder, hip and low back pain
- Differentiate between active trigger points, latent trigger points, fascial distortion & scarring
- Identify more serious neurological issues perpetuating myofascial pain
- Identify the genesis of aberrant movement patterns & distorted biomechanics
- Identify the impact of injuries on the NeuroMyoFascial system
- Apply specific active, dynamic manual therapy techniques to safely and quickly address their patient’s myofascial pain
- Demonstrate basic competence in applying the Walking Release method to treat dynamic postural dysfunctions