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Functional Range Release™ Part 3: What is P.A.I.L’s™ and how is it used in this system?

July 29, 2010

In Part 1 & 2  of this 4 part interview on the FUNCTIONAL RANGE RELEASE™ soft tissue management system we outlined the concepts behind the creation of the soft tissue technique, followed by the body of research that enforces the key elements.  In Part 3 below, we further explain, as well as discuss the research behind the fascial conditioning/rehab component of the system – Progressive Angular Isometric Loading (P.A.I.L.‘s)

Thanks to everyone for the positive feedback.  If you have a question, please post it to facebook as I am sure the rest of the group would also be interested in the answer…as always, questions and discussions are welcome.  For information regarding upcoming seminars, please visit FunctionalAnatomySeminars.com.  For those interested, remember that the coresponding Functional Anatomic Palpation Systems™ seminar is a pre-requisite to taking the Functional Range Release™ seminar.

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