Fascial Stretch Therapy
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|Format: ||Paperback, 224 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrated|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 June 2014|
Fascial Stretch Therapy shows how assessment, treatment and training are used in a variety of common circumstances encountered in manual therapy and athletic training. This book: describes and shows the therapist or trainer how to integrate FST in their current practice, business or workplace to enhance what they already do and provide. Section 1 redefines, clarifies and describes the many layers of therapeutic stretching showing where FST can be most useful summarizes relevant evidenced based studies and cites scientific support giving the professional confidence in using the techniques covers specific examples of how FST integrates with many other methods used in manual therapies, fitness and sport training, rehabilitation and corrective exercise, movement re-education and motor repatterning. provides specific indications and information on the most common diagnoses and conditions and how best to use FST Section 2 provides detailed description of the FST technique with many explanatory photographs Intended readership: For manual therapists, bodyworkers and massage therapists, movement instructors, physical and occupational therapists, physiotherapists, athletic and sports trainers, fitness instructors, osteopaths and hands-on practitioners from all disciplines.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Research, theory & science of stretching Part 2 Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) defined Theory and definition of FST Comparisons and contrasts with other techniques and methods Integrating FST with other techniques 10 Principles of FST Indications Contra-indications Precautions
About the Author
Chris Frederick has been a physiotherapist for over 24 years, focusing on manual therapy - particularly FST and Kinesis Myofascial Integration - along with movement prescription. He has an extensive background in dance, both as a professional dancer of classical ballet, as well as in the specialty of dance physiotherapy. Chris is also well versed in the ancient movement and healing arts of tai chi and qigong. He is a coauthor with Tom Myers of the chapter on stretching in the seminal book Fascia: the tensional network of the human body edited by Robert Schleip et al. Chris and his wife Ann are both certified by Thomas Myers in Kinesis Myofascial Integration and are the authors of the popular book Stretch to Win. Chris and Ann directed their own highly successful center for Fascial Stretch Therapy, physiotherapy, Kinesis Myofascial Integration, sports massage and Pilates for over 17 years. They are now Directors of the Stretch to Win Institute, where they offer certification training workshops in FST. Ann Frederick is a former professional dancer, having grown up in her Mom's dance studio, starting to dance at the age of 4. She has practiced manual therapy for over 20 years, specifically in the field of flexibility training, focusing on assisted individual stretching, group stretch and dance instruction. Ann originally created a unique system of neuromyofascial manual therapy called Fascial Stretch Therapy(t) for the USA Men's Olympic Wrestling Team of 1996. Besides improving professional athletic performance, she soon discovered that FST also rapidly helped other clients with a variety of chronic, unresponsive pain conditions, strength imbalances and other common neuromusculoskeletal disorders.
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