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Why become certified in Functional Range Release™ technique?

January 10, 2011

Functional Range Release™ technique represents an evolution in soft tissue management systems with a primary focus on the treatment, rehabilitation, and conditioning of fascia (connective tissue).  This incredible organ is now the major focus in the literature concerning soft tissue function, injury, and disorders.

The F.R.™ technique encompasses not only the treatment/release of myofascial structure, but also provides a complete system of soft tissue assessment, biomechanical rehabilitation, and conditioning (termed Functional Range Conditioning™ – used to improve functional range of motion while simultaneously improving strength in the outer ranges of motion).

Becoming certified in the F.R.™ system involves…..

1.  Completion of the pre-requisite which is the Functional Anatomic Palpation Systems™ seminar of the corresponding body region (Upper Limb,Lower Limb, or Spine) – this pre-requisite is in place in order to allow us to focus on the assessment and treatment components during the F.R.™ seminars rather than use time to review anatomy and palpation skills.  For information on upcoming F.A.P.™ seminars click here.

2.  Attendance at an F.R. seminar – The F.R. weekend seminars include instruction on

Certification includes:

  • A lifetime designation as an F.R.™ practitioner for the body areas completed (ie. F.R.™ Lower Limb certified, or F.R.™ Spine certified) — NO RE-CERTS
  • Inclusion in the “Find a provider” web based referral system – soon to be added to FunctionalAnatomySeminars.com andFunctionalRangeRelease.com – this will allow you to strategically market your services by placing emphasis on the fact that you are certified in thenewest form of soft tissue management systems….why be like the rest??

REGISTER TODAY FOR THE UPCOMING F.R. LOWER LIMB SEMINAR IN TORONTO


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