Fascial Link Therapy: Anatomy, Theory, Method and PracticePerfect Paperback – Black & White, January 1, 2010
In this compelling text about fascia, learn about modern concepts related to fascia, fascial anatomy and Fascial Link Therapy. This pain relieving technique includes the use of a dual-release technique, emphasizes the value of balancing posture, and informs us of the value of working closely with the nervous system.
Achieve increased relief from back pain, neck pain, and other pain conditions by applying modern neuromuscular principles with improved pain relief techniques. Find information inside such as: theory for working with the body's fascia and the different receptors in soft tissue, fascial anatomy tables and charts, the three types of postural fascia , routines for the application of fascial link therapy, and concepts for self care.
Build your skills to at the body structurally, use the Dual Release Technique, apply Medial-Lateral Compression methods, and find guidelines for body mechanics using these methods. High quality images show how to apply the techniques, and emphasize the value of achieving relaxation during treatments. Techniques focus on how to achieve tissue release quickly and efficiently in even short sessions.
An overview of energy systems integrated with fascia is included to address stressors that can re-tighten fascia. This guide is a perfect addition to any library for massage therapists, physical therapists, chiropractors, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, or other hands-on caregiver or health professional. Researchers and those who want to learn more about fascia will find it educational and well referenced.
Fascial Link Therapy is a valuable resource for anyone who wants to effect soft tissue changes fast and effectively.