Fascial Distortion Model
If you are suffering from acute or chronic pain as a result of an injury or health condition, you may benefit from the Fascial Distortion Model. Fit Physical Therapy in Overton, Mesquite, NV & Hildale, Hurricane, St. George, UT & Scenic, Littlefield, AZ is proud to be a provider of the Fascial Distortion Model, and our patient’s recovery is our #1 priority.
To learn more about FDM, the conditions it can treat, and whether or not it could be a good fit for you, contact our clinic in Overton, Mesquite, NV & Hildale, Hurricane, St. George, UT & Scenic, Littlefield, AZ today!
What is FDM?
The Fascial Distortion Model is defined as “a treatment model in which virtually all soft tissue injuries, or musculoskeletal complaints, are viewed through 1 or more of the 6 different types of alterations to the body’s connective tissues.”
This model allows a physical therapist to use a patient’s verbal and physical descriptions, relevant orthopedic tests, and mechanism of injury to determine which form of soft tissue treatment needs to take place.
The six types of distortions that the FDM at Fit Physical Therapy may apply to are as follows:
- Continuum Distortions
- Cylinder Distortions
- Herniated Trigger Points
- Folding Distortions
- Tectonic Fixations
How can FDM benefit me?
FDM can help people recover from all sorts of injuries and pain symptoms. The list of conditions that this model can address is endless, however, here is a list of several you may recognize or are even dealing with yourself.
- Ankle Sprains
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Frozen Shoulder / Adhesive Capsulitis
- Golfer’s Elbow
- Hamstring strain
- Low back pain
- Hip pain
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Shin splints
- Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJ)
- Tennis Elbow
- Migraines/Stress Headaches
During your initial consultation with one of our physical therapists at Fit Physical Therapy, you’ll be walked through an extensive evaluation. This is so your therapist can assess your current physical state as well as your injury, and determine what could have possibly caused it.
This evaluation is followed by hands-on soft tissue and joint mobilization. Your physical therapist’s ultimate goal is to help enhance healing in painful areas and surrounding damaged tissues.
Depending on your condition, your Overton, Mesquite, NV & Hildale, Hurricane, St. George, UT & Scenic, Littlefield, AZ physical therapist may prescribe unique exercises and stretching routines for you to carry out at home. These will speed up the progress of your treatment if performed regularly and correctly!
Contact Fit Physical Therapy today
You don’t have to suffer through pain every day of your life. If you’re dealing with the side effects of a painful injury and have been searching for relief to your problem, Contact Us Today at Overton, Mesquite, NV & Hildale, Hurricane, St. George, UT & Scenic, Littlefield, AZ Centers to learn more about the benefits of the Fascial Distortion Model and how our soft-tissue mobilization techniques can help you heal.