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"MFR provides an opportunity for the client to function better with increased movement efficiency"

The aim of all manual therapy is to help our clients feel better. Through our own skill, experience and training we make every effort to provide the best clinical outcome that we can. This blog is a place where I ask you to consider and critically evaluate your current practice and what you've been taught in an effort to promote an evidence informed practice and career longevity.

 

Self-Myofascial Release

I remember the day vividly. In fact, it was an entire 2-week trip that had such an influential impact not only on my personal life but my professional life. I had taken time away to attend a...
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In-Touch Education (MFR UK)
Fascia and Pain
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Fascia and Pain

You can also listen to this blog post. To be honest, this is a huge topic bearing in mind that pain science is complex and multifactorial on its own. As most fascia research is still very new, it...
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Fascia as a Sensory Organ

Fascia as a sensory organ; what does this mean to an MFR Therapist? All of us were taught about the nervous system in our qualification training. But, often anatomy and physiology (A&P) were...
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Out With The Old, In With The New - Modern MFR

Pain awareness month is coming to an end, and I hope that you have enjoyed our social media posts highlighting how we experience pain. After I completed my degree and postgraduate certificate in...
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A Conversation with Carol and Ruth

Over the years, Carol Davis and I have had lots of discussions surrounding fascia, myofascial release, energy work, consciousness, trauma and unwinding. We thought it would be a good idea to record...
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Myofascial Pain and Hormones.

Do women experience more pain than men? Does this suggest that female physiology is different and if so, what factors influence the pain experience? In the UK in 2019, 50% more women lived with...
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Alzheimer’s and Myofascial Release

My Dad was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) 7 years before he passed away but in many ways, his failing memory meant we lost him long before he actually died. AD is a progressive and...
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Self-Myofascial Release

Aug 12, 2023

Fascia and Pain

Jan 30, 2023

Fascia as a Sensory Organ

Oct 30, 2022

Out With The Old, In With The New - Modern MFR

Sep 27, 2022

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