Myofascial Release (MFR) - Upper Limb
Overview: Myofascial Release Technique (MFR) is a safe and highly effective therapy for reducing pain, increasing the range of motion and restoration of functions. These techniques were anciently used by variety of nations to manage the pain, and recently discovered scientifically and is used widely as a part of manual therapy by Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Physical Therapist and Massage Therapists. These techniques use gentle, sustained pressure on the soft tissues while applying traction to the fascia. These techniques result in lengthening and softening (release) of the fascia, as well as the breaking down of adhesion (scar tissue) between skin, muscles and bones, and internal organs.
Learning outcome: Student's will walk away with an introduction of Fascia and Myofascia system, and understanding of how to release for local adhesion and scar tissues. Teachniques will be shown on how to treat the conditions in foot, knee, hip areas, torso, shoulder and head and neck areas, elbow and wrist.