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Fascia Research Congress 2015

Fascia Research Congress 2015

October 6th, 2015

I was excited to be able to attend the Fourth International Fascia Research Congress in Reston, VA, September 18-20, 2015. What a remarkable experience! Approximately 1,000 participants gathered from all over the world – with it in my backyard I had to attend! Just as varied were the disciplines of the attendees: medical doctors, osteopaths, massage

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Holly and Connie Squat Exercises

Appalachian PT Offers Free Screenings

September 29th, 2015

Holly and Connie Squat Exercises In celebration of National Physical Therapy Month, we are offering Movement Screenings at no charge. These 15 minute screens require no referral, and function to identify Neuro/Musculo/Skeletal problems that can arise from abnormal movement. Early identification of such movement dysfunctions can resolve and prevent problems before they result in pain,

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Staff Attend Lecture

Therapists Complete Fascial Manipulation®

September 22nd, 2015

On August 23, 2015 all physical therapists at Appalachian Physical Therapy completed training in the Fascial Manipulation® approach to evaluating and treating neuromusculoskeletal injuries. This 12 day course series was aimed at providing us with new insight into the human fascial (connective tissue) system, its vital role in governing human movement, and its contribution to

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Harrisonburg Office Opening

Learn Fascial Manipulation at Our Pinehurst Office

March 13th, 2015

On March 29, 2015 we will be hosting the Fascial Manipulation Level I course through Myopain Seminars at our Pinehurst, NC location. This course is an introductory course to the Stecco fascial manipulation approach to the treatment of myofascial pain and is the first of a series that will be offered through our Pinehurst location

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Colleen

Colleen Whiteford Teaching with Myopain Seminars

March 13th, 2015

Colleen serving as a lab assistant for the dry needling Foundations I course Colleen Whiteford, PT, DPT, OCS, CMTPT, recently spent three days serving as a lab assistant for the dry needling Foundations I course in Maryland offered through Myopain Seminars. For the past year Colleen has worked as a lab assistant with Myopain Seminars

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