Myofascial Mobilization

August 22, 2020

August 23, 2020

9:00 am To 3:00 pm

Hyatt Regency, 208 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, Texas, USA

$395

1-800-FASCIAL

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Event Description

This fascinating introductory, hands-on workshop will introduce the theory of Myofascial Release and the hands-on sessions will primarily focus on the upper and lower extremities, cervical, thoracic and lumbar areas. Learn valuable myofascial soft tissue mobilization techniques for the whole body that will produce immediate therapeutic results for your patients/clients. Bring new excitement to your work with this introduction to the Myofascial Release Approach for relieving pain and restoring function. NCBTMB Approved Provider #025821-00. Myofascial Release Seminars is an approved CE Provider through many state boards and associations. Please check our website for a list of these organizations.

Organizers

Dave Frederick

Myofascial Release Seminars

https://myofascialrelease.com/

About the Instructor

He has been an RN since 1974 and a CMT, through the NCBTMB, since 1999. He started taking MFR classes in 1997 and completed all of John's courses by 1998. Since then he has repeated most courses and has been an instructor with John F. Barnes, PT. In 1999 he left hospital-based nursing and now has a busy full time MFR practice in Port Huron Michigan. Dave has been very involved in health education teaching through his career. 1974 to present RN licensed by the State of Michigan, License number 4704106539. 1999 to present NCBTMB certified in therapeutic massage and bodywork, NCBTMB number 154922-00. 1999 to present Professional member of AMTA, AMTA number 93334. 1992 to 2000 Certified Provider and Instructor/Trainer for the following Basic Life Support (CPR), Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Trauma Nursing, Advanced Trauma, Nursing, Emergency Pediatric Nursing.

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Myofascial Release

A popular continuing education choice, myofascial release is a modality that aims to relax tense, constricted fascia surrounding soft tissue. Whether caused by overuse, inactivity or an underlying condition like trauma or disease, the constricted fascia can contribute to muscle tension, poor circulation and referred pain. Practitioners use a light touch and slow motions to “release” constriction in myofascial release sessions or as part of a routine. Expect to find both broad overview and targeted technique programs, including pediatrics, women’s health and approaching illnesses like fibromyalgia.