Therapies I use

ACTIVE RELEASE TECHNIQUE ART®

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ART is a soft tissue method that focuses on relieving  tissue tension problems that can develop as a result of overload  or damage

ART lower extremity certified

FUNCTIONAL RANGE ASSESSMENT FRA

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A full body assessment of the health and mobility of all your joints focusing on your basic movement capability

FRA Specialist certified

FUNCTIONAL RANGE RELEASE FR

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 An advanced and comprehensive system of soft tissue assessment treatment and rehabilitation 

FR Release lower limb certified

FUNCTIONAL RANGE CONDITIONING FRC

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A system of joint health and mobility training based on scientific principles and research that creates mobility development, joint strength, and body control

FRC Mobility Specialist certified

Rockblade IASTM

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A  new range of tools which enables clinicians to efficiently locate and treat individuals diagnosed with soft tissue dysfunction.  IASTM is performed with ergonomically designed instruments that detect and treat fascial restrictions, encourage rapid localization and effectively treat areas exhibiting soft tissue fibrosis, chronic inflammation, or degeneration. 

FMT Blades and Blades Advanced 

IASTM certified

FASCIAL STRETCH THERAPY FST

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An innovative stretch therapy originally designed for professional athletes. Unlike massage or other stretching routines, FST starts at the joint capsule and focuses on planes of movement and lines of muscles

FST Level 2 certified

NEUROKINETIC THERAPY NKT

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 NeuroKinetic Therapy is a sophisticated form of manual therapy that combines motor control theory and manual muscle testing. 

NKT Level 2 certified

DOLPHIN MPS

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 Microcurrent Point Stimulation (MPS) Therapy are the therapeutic protocols developed for the Dolphin Neurostims. MPS is the world's first integrative therapy developed exclusively to sympathetically DE-Regulate the ANS and fight chronic pain. 

DNS Exercise Trainer

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 Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS) 

The DNS approach is much more functional. It brings the supporting joints and segments into a functionally aligned position. If one muscle is dysfunctional (weak), the entire stabilizing function is disturbed and the quality of the movement is compromised.