Fascial Distortion Model (FDM)

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Books about the Fascial Distorsion Model (FDM) by Stephen Typaldos

The fascial distortion model (FDM) method is a very effective manual pain therapy. It may include musculoskeletal disorders such as frozen shoulder, osteoarthritis, wrist pain, tennis elbow, back pain, herniated disc, lumbago, osteoarthritis, hip pain, osteoarthritis, knee pain, torsion, and numerous sports injuries such as cruciate ligament tears, sprains, ligament tears and strains, muscle strain, and others be treated well. With special manipulations the damaged connective tissue can be corrected with the fascial distortion model method. What the therapist must be aware of when diagnosing and how the FDM technique is implemented is experienced by therapists from FDM textbooks.

Essentially, there is a FDM textbook on the Fascial Distorsion Model (FDM) according to Stephen Typaldos on the market which covers the basics of FDM method as well as the practical implementation with the Typaldos method and this according to the curriculum of the European Fascial Distortion Model Association EFDMA. Here, the theory of fascial distortion, the FDM diagnosis and the manual application of the musculoskeletal system are explained. The target groups are chiropractic therapists, physiotherapists, alternative practitioners, doctors, orthopedists.

From our point of view, the FDM book of Stephen Typaldos is also suitable for the FDM training or education as well as for the practice. If you do not like a book, you can return it within 14 days.