Applying Active Myofascial Techniques: A functional approach to restore dynamic stability and reduce pain quickly

Applying Active Myofascial Techniques


What you'll learn

Course description

Introduction: The Mover Stabilizer Model of Treatment:

Learn to see Dynamic Myofascial Dysfunctions in everyone’s static & dynamic posture by observing your clients unique gait & behavior

■ HUMANS ADAPT! Assessing today’s movement from yesterday’s (yesterYEARS) injuries enables you to identify NeuroMyoFascial adaptations and compensatory patterns

■ Recognize associated mechanical & systemic ramifications of myofascial dysfunction associated with common life injuries

■ Learn how to find & treat hidden Latent Trigger Points

Effective therapy for hidden Neuro-MyoFascial Dysfunctions:

How to leverage the interactivity between the brain, peripheral nervous system, myofascial network, biomechanics & aberrant movement

■ The BRILLIANT efficiency of the brain encourages INSTANT adaptive “solutions” that result in “functional” dysfunction

■ How injured muscles LEARN “the right wrong thing” that lead to ongoing dysfunctional adaptations so we can continue to function until pain STOPS US

■ Learn how to get the story behind the story… something most were never taught 

■ Take a journey through the miraculous NeuroMyoFascial system: how and why it REALLY holds & releases pain patterns, postural compensations, old physical trauma and emotions

Restore functional movement by activating key Mover & Stabilizer muscles with dynamic easy to learn manual therapy techniques

■ GRAVITY is your friend: Learn to access this “assistant therapist” for immediate results

■ Stabilizers! The muscle function you never learned in school, and isn’t in the text books:

Learn how to reactivate these core muscles and instantly restore biomechanical ease

■ Once you are STABLE… You can MOVE! Understand the function of Movers:

Learn the techniques to release & re-educate these key activation muscles

■ Learn the fascinating relationship between agonist and antagonist muscles:

You’ve seen this in your practice, but what does it really mean?

You’ll get it, as soon as you see it!

■ Learn to use systematic Static and Dynamic postural assessment tools, client history intake procedures & dynamic re-education protocols