FCS MS2 – Adelaide

May 16, 2019 to May 18, 2019

Fascial Counterstrain Musculoskeletal Part 2 includes treatment of the periosteum capable of correcting osseous deformities including tibial varum/valgum and leg length discrepancy. Periosteal dysfunction is the primary pathophysiology behind tendonitis in all regions of the body and is also the primary residual dysfunction seen in virtually all fracture and bone contusion cases. Cartilaginous (fibrocartilage) treatment is the answer to chronic cartilage pain including spinal disc (annulus) pain, shoulder / hip labral pain, medial / lateral meniscus symptoms and other disc pathologies including the TMJ fibrocartilage.

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