Episode 128
A Revolutionary Form of Physical Therapy That Changes Lives Not Symptoms – Episode 128: Brian Tuckey

Ann Louise Gittleman Interviews Brian Tuckey

The First Lady of Nutrition welcomes Brian Tuckey, PT, JSCCI, creator and developer of Fascial Counterstrain (FCS). Brian was the first practitioner to recognize that FCS was impacting the body’s deep fascial system and developed the current physiological rationale for FCS. He has personally innovated over 700 neuromuscular treatments which have the ability to reduce pain, restore mobility, restore blood flow, alleviate swelling, and calm inflamed nerves. Join Ann Louise and this pioneering practitioner as they waste no time discussing FCS’s unique ability to impact and treat all of the body’s fascial systems including the vascular, visceral, nervous & musculoskeletal systems. Brian describes: what makes Counterstrain different from other forms of manipulation and how was it originally discovered; the advantages of Counterstrain in treating many different medical conditions; what a typical Counterstrain treatment looks like, the length of a typical session and how long relief lasts; as well as how to find a practitioner skilled in Fascial Counterstrain. This is one of the most enlightening podcasts to date!

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Ann Louise Gittleman, Ph.D, CNS
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