Kenneth Fischer, PT MA CMA
Physical Therapy degree 1993. Veteran dedicated Counterstrainer since 1996. 1,200 hr. diploma program, Canadian College of Osteopathy. Extensive studies with legendary American and European osteopathic physicians and manual practitioners. Sponsored into the American Academy of Osteopathy by a Fellow of the Academy. Preceptor to medical doctors for Counterstrain techniques in the Fellowship Program of Dr. Andrew Weil's Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. Certified Movement Analyst, Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies; Certified Fitness Trainer, American College of Sports Medicine. Therapist for Team Panoz drivers and crew, 24 Hrs. of Le Mans sports car endurance race, France. Treated professional rodeo athletes in Tucson and Sahuarita events. Successful patient outcomes include myriad muscle & tendon, ligament/bone/cartilage/joint/capsule/labrum/bursa conditions, acute sprains/strains, repetitive microtrauma/overuse injuries, plantar fasciitis, post-surgical sequelae, "failed back" syndrome, post-MVA sequelae, chronic pain, weakness, trigger points, referred pain, radiculopathy, CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome), headache and migraine, TMJ dysfunction, post-concussion syndrome, dizziness/vertigo, edema, coccydinia, torticollis, fibromyalgia, idiopathic neuropathy, tinnitus, PTSD, GERD/reflux, ADD/ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, birth trauma, developmental delays, scoliosis, sciatica, pseudo-sciatica, disc herniation, leg length discrepancies, posture and alignment corrections, pelvic pain, bowel and bladder dysfunctions, sinusitis/bronchitis, otitis media.