All you need is a device, internet connection, and someone to practice on. Learn the Fascial Distortion Model in the convenience of your home or office.
Where Can I Learn Fascial Distortion Model?
There are many ways to learn the Fascial Distortion Model.
The FDM Training Facility is located in beautiful Irving, TX. With rotating schedules you should be able to find a seminar that works with your schedule.
Our FDM Regional Seminars are targeted to key geographic locations across the US and Canada.
For anyone who prefers learning online, FDM Education gives you the ability to learn what you want, when you want, and still benefit from the traditional in-person training workshop when it’s convenient for you.
If you have access to a location that can accommodate you and some fellow students, contact us about hosting your own FDM Hosted Seminar. You provide the location and we do the rest.
We also love to bring FDM to you, if you have a group of people who want to learn. Sport teams, medical groups, state medical associations, or just you and 10 of your closest friends. Give us a call to find out more about our FDM Private Seminars.
Finally, if you are a FDM provider and want to refine your skills, sign up for the FDM Echo Seminar, low cost, high competence.
What people say about Fascial Distortion Model
“FDM offers practitioners a very simple, intuitive diagnostic and treatment capability that is specific and gets right to the heart of the problem. That is extremely important when faced with treating multiple athletes in a short period of time.”
“The big thing for us is that the athlete knows their body really well and can articulate a presentation; we just treat it accordingly. I also think the long bone Folding Distortions are valuable for the everyday grind we experience, and that’s not a technique you learn anywhere else. The Continuum Distortion is a valuable tool that is very different from anything we’ve been taught. The bottom line is that we’re a results-oriented business and FDM gets results.”
“Staying on the cutting edge is tough. FDM provides a framework for resolving injuries in a manner that is quick, reliable, and reproducible so that our athletes can keep doing what they love.”
“FDM brings together a variety of soft-tissue skills into one approach instead of a dogmatic, one-technique-fits-all. The instructors truly want to make sure you understand the approach.”