Tectonic Fixations

The major additions to tectonic fixation corrections in the Advanced Clinical course is positional and provocative. Positional – When performing the tectonic pump, make sure to utilize more than one patient position while performing the correction. For example,...

Folding Distortions

Folding distortion corrections are broken up in the Advanced Clinical studies into tissues around the joints, intermuscular septum and the interosseous membrane. Each of these different tissue types can be performed with the addition of isometric or isotonic...

Cylinder Distortions

Cylinder (CyLD) Techniques   Squeegee Spiral: (Oscillating) The actual performance of the cylinder squeegee does not change with the advanced material. However, like triggerbands, we can change the tempo of the movement plus add more depth and tension by...

Continuum Distortions

Fascia appears to be continuous and surround all components of the body. It covers viscera, muscles, tendons, ligaments, retinaculum and bone. Continuum distortions focus on those areas of attachment of some soft tissue structure and the bone. In the junction between...

Herniated Triggerpoints

HTP’s respond well to applying the treatment technique in different patient positions to maximize patient relaxation. This technique also allows increases the ability of the provider to put the patient into the reproducible position if needed. The important thing to...