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Myo Matrix Release 3-D technique: Lower Extremity and Low Back

Do you want to become an expert in soft tissue treatment?

Learn how to become more specific and more efficient in localizing soft tissue structures, develop your specific diagnose and your treatment possibilities!

With Myo Matrix Release 3-Dimensional Technique (MMR-3D) you learn to be effective in research and treatment of abnormal soft tissue tension and dysfunction. With this technique you reduce pain, you improve mobility and the movement quality immediately. You learn the necessary skills to isolate specific anatomic structures which are involved in the dysfunction. This way you can treat more effectively and more precisely to release tissue tension.           

This technique is originally created by Peter Lundgren in cooperation with Mark Scappaticci to treat professional and Olympic  athletes to get better and quicker results.

Target group: (sports) physiotherapist, manual therapists, osteopathic and chiropractic    

In these intensive 3 days you get an overview of the path mechanics of the most common disorders in the upper body extremity and the treatment of this with the Myo Matrix Release 3-Dimensional technique (MMR-3D). The MMR-3D method is effective in research and treatment of abnormal tension in muscles, fascia, nerve tissue and relative binding tissue. See the Images below. The technique is specific way to treat every disorder and gets treatment in a multidirectional way, aka 3-dimensional and improves the biomechanical joints function.

If with good palpation skills at the exact location or area you find high tissue tension, then the specific and effective way of treatment only of the affected tissue and not the healthy tissue is very important. 

Why are anatomic knowledge and palpation skills important?

Many disorders aren’t visible on echo scan, MRI or other techniques. Scarf tissues, fibro tissue, tissue tension, strains, sprains and myofascular aphesis aren’t visible with those techniques.

However this can be the reason the patient has its pain and symptoms. As a therapist it’s very important to have good anatomic knowledge and to have good palpation skills, because you use your hands a lot. This way you can get to the right tissues and the results will be better after these treatments.


The areas are: lower back, hip, knee, ankle and feet.

You can treat every disorder, the list is only for a little indication.

Muscle strains
Ligament sprains
SI dysfunctions
Psoas dysfunction
Patella femoral syndrome
Iliotibial Band syndrome
medial tibial stress syndrome
Achilles tendinopathic
Plantair fasciitis
ankle ligament sprains


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