FDM diagnosis and treatment of injuries and pain in the extremities, head and jaw are highlighted in this course and, as in all of our courses, there is extensive hands-on practicum with supervision so physicians will leave feeling well-equipped to use what they have learned.
FDM Module 3 emphasizes FDM diagnosis and treatment of:
1. Injuries and conditions in the elbow, forearm, wrist and hand including carpal tunnel syndrome
2. Injuries and conditions of the leg, foot and toes, including Osgood-Schlatter Disease, Achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis and hallux rigidus and valgus
3. Headaches, jaw, ear, and TMJ problems
Module 3 provides only a brief review of the FDM, and should be taken after a Module 1 or Module 2 Intro course. Treatment focuses on the remaining body parts not already covered in the first two modules. This includes the arms, hands, fingers and thumbs, legs, feet and toes, carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches, and more.
Registrants must have completed a Module 1 and/or Module 2 to be eligible to attend a Module 3.
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Full Refund on or before 4 weeks prior to start of course; 50% Refund 4 weeks to 2 weeks prior to module. No refund within 2 weeks of the module. However, module fee can be applied to future course with the same teaching company (e.g. FDM Academy, CORE FDM, etc.). If a module is cancelled by the module host at any point, a full refund of module registration will be offered.
FDM Global Organization (FDMGO)
AFDMA is proud to be a member of the FDM Global Organization (FDMGO). The FDMGO is an international collective of the three international FDM associations that has been formed to help move the FDM forward in an organized and collaborative manner. Members of the FDMGO have reached an agreement that will help coordinate curriculum, set parameters for the spread of FDM, and create standards for those people who are interested in reaching the status of being Internationally Certified in the practice of FDM.
As apart of the AFDMA, members agree to support the core beliefs of the FDGO that no treatment videos will be displayed open source on the internet. Before and after treatment demonstrations are okay, but no complete treatments will be made available online in an open source format.