address 183 N York St
ElmhurstIllinois 60126
U.S.A.
(630) 832-6919
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Introductory Courses Intro, Lymphatic/Venous, Arterial, Neural Upper Quadrant, Neural Lower Quadrant, Musculoskeletal I, Musculoskeletal II Counterstrain Mastery Programs Module 1 Intro
Module 3 Lymphatic/Venous

Elizabeth Dyer, PT, DPT

I have been an outpatient orthopaedic manual therapist since 2009. I have practiced in Washington, DC, Maui (Kihei), HI, Austin, TX and now the suburbs of Chicago, IL. I first discovered Fascial Counterstrain in 2016 upon moving to Illinois and meeting the people at ARC Physical Therapy. Once I saw and felt the power of this technique I knew it was what I had been missing. So many times I had seen someone who wasn’t improving or had plateaud no matter what other technique I tried. This was the missing piece. Since then I have made Fascial Counterstrain my main practice and have devoted myself to learning as much as I can about it. This is a skill that requires a lot of practice and constant continuing education. Some of the conditions I have found this technique to be really instrumental in helping are: Headaches Cervicalgia (neck pain) TMJ dysfunction Thoracic spine pain Scoliosis in adolescents/children Lumbago (low back pain) Sacroiliac (SI) dysfunction Generalized “stiffness” And many other conditions. If you have tried to address a problem with other types of therapy and are not satisfied with the results maybe it’s time to try treating your fascia. Education: BS in Rehabilitation Psychology University of Wisconsin, Madison 2005 Doctorate of Physical Therapy George Washington University 2009