• Offering Counterstrain courses for manual therapy practitioners
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  • WHY DO COUNTERSTRAIN?

  • Counterstrain utilizes diagnostic tender points to identify painful, reflexively protected and contracted tissues. Reflex tissue contractions occur in the body’s deep fascia layers, skeletal and smooth muscle structures in response to mechanical or chemical insults. Once present, this form of reflex muscular dysfunction can contribute to a multitude of symptoms.
  • FCS COURSES

      FCS FI – FOUNDATIONS OF FCS

      Provides students with approximately 10 of the most powerful techniques from each class in the Fascial CS series: FCS VC-Viscera,…

      FCS VC – VISCERAL SYSTEM

      Learn more than 80 Fascial Counterstrain techniques that alleviate abnormal soft tissue tension in the peritoneal cavity, pelvic cavity, thorax,…

      FCS AR – ARTERIAL SYSTEM

      FCS AR explores the newly discovered entity of arterial-fascial dysfunction identified by the presence of specific arterial tender points, essentially…

      FCS LV – LYMPHATIC VENOUS SYSTEMS

      FCS LV explores the newly discovered entity of venous and lymphatic dysfunction identified by the presence of associated tender points,…

      FCS MS1 – MUSCULOSKELETAL PART 1

      MS1 explores “Myo-chains”  (strings of muscular tender points) and spinal ligament dysfunctions. Myo-chains are responsible for postural deformities, trunk /…

      FCS MS2 – MUSCULOSKELETAL PART 2

      Periosteal FCS is capable of correcting osseous deformities including tibial varum/valgum and leg length discrepancy. Periosteal dysfunction is the primary…

      FCS N1 – NEURO PART1

      FCS N1 explores the newly discovered entity of neuro-fascial dysfunction focusing on the nerves of the cervicothoracic spine, upper extremities…

      FCS N2 – NEURO PART2

      Counterstrain Neuro 2 is the continuation of the neuro-fascial treatment concept from FCS N1 with the focus now placed on…

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