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Upcoming FAKTR Course

I’ve added the outline below but to look at the full course poster and registration details click here: FAKTR-Flyer-BRISTOL 2012 To read my personal review of the course click here: Course Review: FAKTR  COURSE OBJECTIVE: The demonstration of THE FAKTR CONCEPT in the treatment of ligament, tendon, myofascial, post-surgical, and traumatic injuries in the acute or […]

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FAKTR Weekend

Well, this weekend I’m on the FAKTR course, and will be teaching the foot and ankle section tomorrow!! Today was day one and it was awesome, the level of the participants is quite amazing and I have to say I’m learning loads 🙂 The range of backgrounds is quite amazing too, there are physiotherapists, osteopaths, […]

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I’ve spoken a lot about the strategies I use for creating range in various areas of the body, for example, on Tuesday I spoke about some Functional Shoulder Treatment Strategies, which when used correctly will often create a large amount of range. During the post I didn’t talk about what I do after the treatment […]

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Course Review: FAKTR

Here is a Course Review of FAKTR, a great soft tissue and movement course from Dr Tom Hyde and Dr Greg Doer. Overview FAKTR is a course developed by Dr Tom Hyde and Dr Greg Doer. It is primarily a soft tissue and movement course. The soft tissue work is done using instrument assisted massage, […]

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Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation

Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM) is something that has been on the increase in the UK over the last year. I had never even heard about it until John Hardy came back from Denver. He was on the FAKTR-PM course with Dr Tom Hyde and came back to the UK with an IASTM tool […]

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Day 2 at the Myofascial Pain Conference

Yesterdays blog turned out to be a bit of an epic…so you may be glad to hear that todays will be a bit shorter 🙂 Day 2 opened with Jay Shah and Andry Vleeming spending half an hour each expanding on their previous days talk.  Previously, I would have been more excited about hearing Vleeming […]

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