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Assessing Patients Through the Functional Range Lens

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As part of my continuing education, I recently became certified in Functional Release of the Lower Limb (FR). This completes my certifications in Functional Release (3 Modules—Spine, Upper, & Lower Limb), the hands-on, soft tissue therapy portion of the Functional Range Systems approach to examining, treating, and training the human body.I am now certified in all phases of the Functional Range System (FRS)—

The FRS is a powerful one-of-a-kind approach to help increase the usable range of motion, improve articular mobility, improve neurological control, increase strength/resilience, enhance athletic performance, decrease the incidence of injury, and improve recovery from injuries using our principles, strategies, and techniques.

A Better Way to Help You

In addition to my chiropractic training, the Functional Range System has become the predominant method by which I examine, treat, and train my patients—and myself. By observing and measuring your ability to move, it not only provides insight into why you may currently be injured or in pain, but also helps predict where, how, and why you may be injured in the future.

Utilizing this method of evaluating the human body, both you (the user) and I (the evaluator/trainer) can routinely work on improving physical health deficiencies. Whether due to insufficient passive range of motion (flexibility), or insufficient active ROM (strength & control), the ultimate goal is to improve physical health and longevity.

Want to Learn More?

If you want to learn more about how FRS might help you improve your health and wellness, give us a call today. We’d love to speak with you about this new method of assessment and how it fits into your care plan.


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