Advanced FDM class
Next Advanced Course:
"Beyond the Gestures"
October 14-15, 2023
Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine
near Boise, Idaho
Matt Booth, PT, DPT
Are you an FDM practitioner seeking to enhance your skills and broaden your knowledge? Look no further! We are thrilled to invite you to an advanced class in Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) at the prestigious Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine on October 14-15, 2023. This highly anticipated class represents the culmination of 25 years of clinical experience and 13 years of teaching and treating in FDM by our esteemed expert, Matt Booth, PT, DPT.
In this comprehensive course, you will delve into cutting-edge techniques that address a wide range of conditions. Learn how to effectively treat pelvic pain and bladder issues in both men and women using external manual techniques. Uncover the hidden culprit behind stubborn musculoskeletal problems that have proven unresponsive to FDM or traditional care. Gain valuable insights into treating deep joint issues, including the spine, hip, knee, and AC joint, for improved patient outcomes. Discover the power of two-person techniques to tackle deep-seated problems more effectively. Moreover, learn the art of modifying your language to avoid creating unintended fear effects and achieve better results. Additionally, delve into Myofascial release Rebounding, a systemic tectonic fixation approach, and explore numerous other advanced concepts.
Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to elevate your practice and expand your therapeutic repertoire. Join us at the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine for a transformative two-day experience on October 14-15, 2023. Take your skills to new heights and become a leading expert in the field of Fascial Distortion Model. Secure your spot today and unlock the potential to provide exceptional care to your patients.
To provide participants with an advanced understanding of the Fascial Distortion Model and its application to pelvic health.
To teach participants specific techniques for identifying and addressing fascial restrictions deep inside joints.
To help participants develop advanced palpation skills for assessing the fascial system in the pelvis and deep joints.
To familiarize participants with the latest research on fascia and its role in pelvic health and joint function.
To help participants develop strategies to assess and treat complex patients that do not respond to traditional Fascial Distortion Model.
To provide opportunities for hands-on practice and feedback to help participants refine their skills.
To provide participants with the tools and knowledge necessary to integrate pain science and the Fascial Distortion Model into their existing clinical practice.
To encourage collaboration and knowledge sharing among participants through interactive sessions and group discussions.
Prerequisite: at least one prior module (1, 2, or 3)
15 credit hours expected for DOs through the AOA