1. FDM identifies six different types of fascial distortions that can cause pain and dysfunction in the body, including Trigger bands, Herniated Trigger points, Continuum Distortions, Cylinder Distortions, Folding Distortions, and Tectonic Fixations.
  1. The treatment approach involves the manual palpation and manipulation of these fascial distortions to restore normal function and range of motion.
  1. FDM treatment is based on the principle that fascia, the connective tissue that surrounds muscles, bones, and organs, plays a critical role in maintaining proper body mechanics and movement patterns.
  1. The FDM approach is highly individualized, and the treatment plan is tailored to the specific needs and goals of the patient.
  1. FDM treatment is typically used to address a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, including acute and chronic injuries, sprains and strains, headaches, back pain, and joint pain.
  1. FDM treatment is generally considered safe and effective, with minimal side effects. However, it is important to work with a qualified and experienced FDM practitioner to ensure proper assessment, diagnosis, and treatment.