FAP/FR® ‘Spine’ Certification in Vancouver, BC, Nov 1-3….REGISTER NOW
Brought to you in association with SomaticSenses.com
DATE: Nov 1-3, 2013
LifeMark Sport Medicine at the Richmond Oval
6111 River Road #160
**CEUs are available***
Functional Range Release® certification seminars, consisting of 3 days of in-class work along with mandatory online lecture materials, will cover both Functional Anatomic Palpation Systems (F.A.P.)™ & Functional Range Release (F.R.)® soft tissue management system.
Lecture 1: INTRODUCTION
Lecture 2: ASSESSMENT USING FUNCTIONAL ANATOMIC PALPATION SYSTEMS™
• Why are specific palpation skills important for diagnosis and treatment
• FAP™ concepts and principals
Lecture 3: BioFLOW ANATOMY
• A new concept used to describe, and conceptualize the extent of continuity found in human tissue at a cellular, sub cellular, and molecular level.
Lecture 4: THE TARGET TISSUE
• An in-depth look into the continuity of the human connective tissue system
• How the application of force alters connective tissue structue
Lecture 5: THE THEORETICAL CONSTRUCT OF FR RELEASE® TECHNIQUES
• A review of the scientific literature which led to the development of the FR Release® soft tissue management system
Lecture 6: FR RELEASE® PRINCIPLES
• Time & Intent of soft tissue application
• The Layering Technique
• Epimysial Grooves
Lecture 7: PROGRESSIVE & REGRESSIVE ANGULAR ISOMETRIC LOADING (PAILs & RAILs)
• Exploring the scientific basis for this rehabilitative system
Lecture 8: PAILs & RAILSs APPLICATION
The three day hands on practical component provides intensive training on improving palpatory skills, including both tissue location as well as assessment, as well as on the specific application of Functional Range Release® technique soft tissue application.
This seminar will prepare participants to effectively manage any musculoskeletal complaint of the lower limbs and pelvis that enters their office by giving them a sound systematic approach encompassing assessment & palpation, as well as treatment & rehabilitation.
Learn more at FunctionalAnatomySeminars.com