Functional Soft Tissue Transformation (FSTT)
Soft tissue refers to tissues that connect, support, or surround other structures and organs of the body. Soft tissue includes tendons, ligaments, fascia, fibrous tissues, fat, synovial membranes and muscles, nerves and blood vessels. In relation to functional movement, soft tissues must have relative motion to allow for optimal joint motions in order to facilitate circulation for overall health.
This hands-on class will share a system of functional evaluation and treatment. We will first evaluate functional movement for efficiency, and then assess the soft tissue’s ability to optimally translate within selected-functional movements, and in addition apply specific home-workable follow up movements.
What makes this class different from other soft tissue courses is the application of function and not solely structure; FSTT improves the soft tissue’s health specific to the functional intent, not just the structural symptom. For a more detailed explanation please contact Lenny Parracino at 805.404.1066. For class information (scheduling, pricing, etc.) please contact Keith Bozyk at (866) 230-8300.
These courses are available through two options:
1. Register online and join us at one of the sites listed at www.grayinstitute.com
2. Host any of these courses right at your facility, similar to our Live Function Series in that you can keep these private or open them up and take registration to offset your cost. For details, contact Keith Bozyk at 866.230.8300
For a brochure and video demonstration PLEASE go to www.grayinstitute.com and click Live Events (upper left hand corner of home page) – Functional Soft Tissue Transformation.