Wednesday, December 8, 1-2 p.m. ET
Come join me as well and two other colleagues as we present brief summaries of our chapters in the 2018 book, “Fascial Manipulation – Stecco method: The Practitioner’s Perspective.”
My topic is about resolving urinary incontinence (UI) in a post-partum runner. She was a life-long runner but after her second child developed UI severe enough to cause her to stop running. She responded very well to Fascial Manipulation and was thrilled to be able to return to her sport. I have this book listed under my resources tab as well.
To join the webinar simply follow this link. Hope you can make it! If you miss it they try to record these webinars and the post them on the Fascial Manipulation Facebook page, but no promises!
Wishing you health and joy!
Published by Colleen Murphy Whiteford
I am a physiotherapist, graduate of Saint Louis University Class of 1984. I married my best friend and business partner, Bill, who is also a physiotherapist, in 1988. We have worked together all these years - an example of God's grace! Together we started Appalachian Physical Therapy which continues to thrive. I am a big believer in the power of touch, the manual therapies, and treating holistically. There are many alternatives to medications, surgeries, and testing, but people are often uninformed. My perspective emphasizes the role of the connective tissues including the fascia. Lack of attention to this structure is the source of many physical ailments - our bodies are truly fearfully and wonderfully made (Psalm 139)! I am passionate about helping people of all ages and diagnoses maximize their health, and empowering them to understand their role in management and prevention of problems.
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