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2013 FASTER Conference




Last weekend saw the 2nd annual FASTER Conference and I was lucky enough to have a little time off to attend.  Having not really done any learning in my 3 weeks off I was glad to get a chance to learn…all crammed into 3 days of awesome speakers. Last years conference was incredible, with some […]

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IASTM – How it Works?




This is the big question!!  If I could prove this I would become very famous 🙂  However, I’m not sure anyone can truly answer this question. and often plenty of evidence to suggest they don’t add up!! I can only say what I think and feel, most of which is gut instinct.  I can’t prove […]

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IASTM – How I use it?




This is mainly just my own ramblings…I have no proof of how IASTM works, it’s just my observations from using it and trying to put 2 and 2 together with the research that is out there.  Also, it’s only how I use it, based on what I have seen in practise and on courses as […]

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

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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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My Week in the Clinic




It’s been a really good week in the clinic.  Pretty much everyone heading in the right direction 🙂  Though there is one that hasn’t quite gone the way I expected.  A patient with a clicking hip…seemed to respond well at first, then just didn’t respond to anything I tried!  I was able to make her […]

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