**RETAKES Available at 50% Discount**
CEUs are not available for Level 3
The Fascial Manipulation for Internal Dysfunction (FMID) course builds on the knowledge and skills from the FM-1 and FM-2 courses. You will learn a different clinical reasoning process and new biomechanical models applied to the same points to treat patients with digestive, respiratory, urinary, circulatory, endo-crine, and hematopoietic dysfunctions.
Ready to continue your Fascial Manipulation® education in the US? Join us for the Fascial Manipulation for Internal Dysfunction (FMID) course in July and August 2018 in Bethesda, MD.
Learn how to restore function within the autonomic nervous system. FMID acts on the superficial, deep, visceral, vascular, and glandular fasciae that often is associated with a vast amount of internal complaints. Many times these complaints are causative of chronic musculoskeletal issues.
Antonio Stecco, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor at Rusk Rehabilitation, New York University Physiatrist, President of Fascial Manipulation Association
Lorenzo Freschi, PT
Lorenzo Freschi, PT, started his training in FM in 2009 and began teaching levels one and two in 2012. At that point Luigi Stecco, PT, asked him to begin training for level 3. In 2014 he became a certified instructor in level 3 and has continued to teach and research this level around the world.
3A: July 26-29, 2018
3B: August 10-12, 2018
4405 East-West Highway, Ste 401
Bethesda, MD 20814-4522
The Fascial Manipulation for Internal Dysfunction (FMID) course is a 7-day course taught in two sessions of 4 days and 3 days.
LEVEL 1 AND LEVEL 2 ARE PREREQUISITES FOR THIS COURSE.
**There is a $5.20 registration fee applied to each registration**
LEVEL 3 - FASCIAL MANIPULATION FOR INTERNAL DYSFUNCTION (FMID)