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The first FUNCTIONAL RANGE RELEASE™ seminar date is now posted on FunctionalAnatomySeminars.com…sign up NOW

April 22, 2010

Be a part of the first ever FUNCTIONAL RANGE RELEASE™ seminar (being held in Toronto, Ontario) and be amoung the first to be certified in the most advanced soft tissue management system to date.

The FR™ LOWER LIMB seminar includes comprehensive training in our advanced fascial-release system as well as instruction in the application of the trademarked P.A.I.L’s™ system (Progressive Angular Isometric Loading)™ of rehabilitation for structures of the leg, thigh and pelvis. Targeted tissues include muscular fascial sheaths, muscles, tendons, ligaments, connective tissues, and neural structures. In addition to training in soft-tissue management, functional assessment, kinetic-chain fascial lines, auxiliary treatment options are discussed for each structure.

Additional topics include a review of the Functional Anatomic Palpation Systems™ method of palpation, and discussion of current clinical research regarding assessment and treatment of common conditions such as lower-limb nerve entrapments/irritations, ligament sprains and/or ruptures, tendonopathies, and kinetic-chain dysfunction of the lower limbs and pelvis.

Learn more about our revolutionary system:

WHAT IS FUNCTIONAL RANGE RELEASE™?

WHY WAS FUNCTIONAL RANGE RELEASE™ DEVELOPED & HOW IS IT DIFFERENT?

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT FROM AN FR RELEASE™ SEMINAR?

DO YOU RECEIVE ‘CERTIFICATION’ IN THE TECHNIQUE FOLLOWING THE SEMINAR?

SIGN UP NOW – SPACES ARE LIMITED !!!!!

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FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SEMINARS.com

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