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Fascial Distortion Model (FDM) manual therapy will be taught at Cleveland Clinic April 27-29, 2018 by the FDM Academy

Module 1

Therapeutic Associates-Canyon Park

Bothell, Washington

Seattle area

November 1-3, 2019

Instructor: Matt Booth, DPT

Module 1 is an introduction to FDM that covers ankle, knee, and shoulder, and gives providers ample hands-on practice to deliver faster and improved care to their patients.

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Module 1

University of North Texas-Health Sciences

Fort Worth, Texas

November 1-3, 2019

Instructor: Todd Capistrant, DO

Module 1 is an introduction to FDM that covers ankle, knee, and shoulder, and gives providers ample hands-on practice to deliver faster and improved care to their patients.

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Module 1

Ohio University-Heritage

College of Osteopathic Medicine

Dublin, Ohio

December 6-8, 2019

Instructor: Todd Capistrant, DO

Module 1 is an introduction to FDM that covers ankle, knee, and shoulder, and gives providers ample hands-on practice to deliver faster and improved care to their patients.

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Module 3

Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine

January 10-12, 2020

Boise, Idaho

Instructor: Matt Booth, DPT

This module will have an introduction portion on night 1 so you are not required to have taken Module 1 or Module 2 prior to this class.

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Module 3

West Virginia School of

Osteopathic Medicine

January 10-12, 2020

Lewisburg, West Virginia

Instructor: Todd Capistrant, DO

This particular Module 3 will have an introduction portion on night 1 so you are not required to have taken Module 1 or Module 2 prior to this class. 

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Module 2

Service Trip to Belize

Belize

February 21-29, 2020

Instructor: Matt Booth, DPT

Module 2 is an introduction to FDM that covers the axial spine.

Your payment to International Service Learning covers lodging, transportation in Belize, most meals, and funding for local projects.
If you have taken a Module 2 and don't want CME/CEU, there is nothing to pay to FDM Academy, just register with ISL. If you haven't taken a Module 2 or would like CME/CEU, then register with FDM Academy in addition to ISL.

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Module 1

AAO Event

Midwestern University Arizona COM

February 7-9, 2020

Glendale, Arizona

Instructor: Todd Capistrant, DO

Module 1 is an introduction to FDM that covers ankle, knee, and shoulder, and gives providers ample hands-on practice to deliver faster and improved care to their patients.

Cancellation Policy:
Full Refund on or before 4 weeks prior to start of course; 50% Refund 4 weeks to 2 weeks prior to module.  No refund within 2 weeks of the module. However, module fee can be applied to future course with the same teaching company (e.g. FDM Academy, CORE FDM, etc.).  If a module is cancelled by the module host at any point, a full refund of module registration will be offered.

                                                                             CME/CEUs

This program (Modules 1 and 2) is approved for 20 hours of AOA Category 1-A CME credit by the AOA CCME;  for Physical Therapists, this course is approved for 20 hours of CEUs for Pennsylvania PTs, 18.75 hours of CEUs by the Texas Board of Physical Therapy Examiners (with reciprocity to many states in the US).  Application is in process for the PT Board of Ohio, New Jersey, and with the BOC for Athletic Trainers.  
For Modules 1 and 2, there are a total of 20 class hours, both being introductory classes that can be taken in either order.  Module 3 is a total of 16 hours, and needs to be taken after one (but not necessarily both) of the Module 1 and 2 courses.