Webinar: Synergists: Using Functional Biomechanics to Obtain Optimal Therapeutic Results

John Saratsiotis

Muscles and other soft tissue that act in the same direction and function similarly are known as synergists. In this presentation, we’ll look at the biomechanics of the spine and extremities. You’ll discover the importance of recognizing and treating possible synergist dysfunction in order to provide your clients with effective and long-lasting results. In particular, we’ll examine the Functional Range Release Techniques soft-tissue management system in the assessment and treatment of synergist dysfunction. You’ll see a demonstration of Functional Range Release Techniques, including specific examples that demonstrate how you can look beyond the symptoms and treat in a more functional, synergistic, and holistic manner.

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John Saratsiotis
Dr. Saratsiotis is a Canadian chiropractor with degrees in science, biochemistry, gerontology, and physiotherapy. He has contributed as an author in various textbooks, including Fascia: Clinical Applications for Health and Human Performance and has published articles in scientific peer-reviewed journals. In addition to his private practice, Dr. Saratsiotis also teaches courses in anatomy and soft-tissue techniques at a private physiotherapy school in Athens, Greece. Learn more at http://www.physicalmed.gr/Index_EN.php.
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