Fascial Pelvis Myofascial Release

August 21, 2020

August 23, 2020

9:00 am To 1:00 pm

Grand Wayne Center, 120 W Jefferson Blvd, Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA




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Event Description

Our experience has shown that over 90% of patients suffering with lumbar and pelvic pain, menstrual problems, cervical pain, and headaches have imbalances in the pelvis creating fascial restrictions throughout the body. This introductory seminar will teach you a logical, step-by-step progression of techniques for treating the lumbo-pelvic region in a comprehensive and effective manner. 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.


Rob Maggio

Myofascial Release Seminars


About the Instructor

Daemen College, NY 1987, Bachelor of Science in Biology – St. Bonaventure University, NY 1984, Certificate in Massage – N.A.M.T.I. Sedona, Arizona 2005, NCTMB 2005. Since 2004 Rob has been the Director of Therapy Services at Therapy on the Rocks a John Barnes’ Myofascial Release Treatment Center in Sedona, AZ. His responsibilities include patient care, financial accountability, marketing, and program development of an internationally recognized physical therapy outpatient facility. Rob is also responsible also for daily operations as well as well as future planning and strategic implementation. Coordinator of all MFR Seminars presented in Sedona, Arizona. Coordinator of Skill Enhancement Seminars, presented weekly at Therapy on the Rocks, for therapists wishing to deepen their skills in the field of Myofascial Release. Prior employment, Director of Rehabilitative Services – Pendleton Memorial Methodist Hospital through HealthSouth, New Orleans, LA August 1991 - April 2004 and a Traveling Director for Health Focus Wharton, TX 1988 - 1991.

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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.