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FUNCTIONAL RANGE RELEASE™ Part 4: Assessment techniques, and how the system sets itself apart

August 3, 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 we explained and discussed the research behind the fascial conditioning/rehab component of the system – Progressive Angular Isometric Loading (P.A.I.L.‘s)™.  In the final instalment, the assessment techniques utilized in the system are discussed, namely the Tissue Tension Technique™; followed by a discussion as to why this soft tissue injury management system sets itself apart from all the rest.

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