Christopher Frederick

Chris Frederick has been a physical therapist/physiotherapist since 1989, focusing on manual therapy – particularly with integration of Fascial Stretch Therapy and Kinesis Myofascial Integration – along with personalized movement prescription to restore function. He has an extensive background in dance, both as a professional dancer of classical ballet, as well as being a practitioner in the specialty of dance physical therapy/physiotherapy. He is also well versed in the ancient movement and healing arts of tai chi and qigong. He is a coauthor with Thomas Myers of the chapter on stretching in the seminal book Fascia: The tensional network of the human body edited by Robert Schleip, Leon Chaitow et al. Chris and his wife Ann Frederick are both certified by Thomas Myers in Kinesis Myofascial Integration and are the authors of the popular book Stretch to Win. They both directed their own highly successful center for Fascial Stretch Therapy, physical therapy/physiotherapy, Structural Integration, chiropractic, acupuncture, sports massage and Pilates for nearly 20 years. They are now Directors of the Stretch to Win Institute, where they offer certification training workshops in Fascial Stretch Therapy.

Chris Frederick Physiotherapeut seit 1989 mit dem Schwerpunkt Manuelle Therapie. Er verfügt einige Tanzerfahrung, sowohl als klassischer Balletttänzer als auch im Spezialgebiet der tanzspezifischen Physiotherapie. Darüber hinaus ist er in den alten Bewegungs- und Heilkünsten Tai-Chi und Qigong bewandert. Chris Frederick und seine Frau und Co-Autorin Ann Frederick wurden von Thomas Myers in Kinesis Myofascial Integration zertifiziert und führten fast 20 Jahre lang ein eigenes Zentrum für Fascial Stretch Therapy, Körpertherapie, Kinesis Myofascial Integration, Sportmassage und Pilates. Heute leiten sie das Stretch to Win Institute, wo sie Zertifizierungs-Schulungen in der FST anbieten.

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