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Functional Range Conditioning (FRC)® certs scheduled with the training staffs of the Arizona Dbacks, Seattle Mariners, and San Diego Padres…

April 25, 2014

For the past few years Functional Anatomy Seminars has been fortunate enough to work with the medical staffs of several MLB organizations certifying them in the Functional Range Release (FR)® tissue management system.

We are now excited to announce that we will be working with the training staff of several of them certifying them in the Functional Range Conditioning (FRC)® system. We believe that with the addition of FRC® methodology, we can make major improvements in the overall movement, mobility, and agility capabilities of their players, as well as address some of the ongoing issues with injury prevention of commonly aquired soft tissue injuries in Baseball.

This is what certified FR & FRC practitioner Neil Rampe had to say about the incorporation of both systems for player management:

“FR & FRC has helped create a more well rounded healthcare and performance continuum within our organization that empowers each athlete to take ownership of their health, well being and performance through the system’s sound scientific principles. The system’s use of intrinsic directional force allows our athletes to gain, maintain and most importantly OWN newly available and usable range of motion which ultimately translates into confidence on the field of play.” 

Neil Rampe M.Ed, ATC, CSCS, LMT, PRT
Manual & Performance Therapist
Arizona Diamondbacks

Two upcoming certifications will be taking place in Arizona this November…

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