I am having the pleasure of Peter spending a few days with me in Rochester, NY. He's teaching me some fascinating information that he has uncovered over the past ten years and hoping to begin to spread on to a larger audience. Peter hails from Australia and is a frequent contributor here.
The strength of this work, as I see it thus far, is to open up the posterior lumbosacral region utilizing some unique concepts. There is adaptability in technique that can be used, as Peter's methods are quite different than my myofascial release skill. But the modality utilized is less important than the concept of a newly discovered ligament that gets pulled over the top of the posterior and lateral iliac crest as a result of excessive posterior fascial tightness. Remediation is really quite simple, once the basics are laid down.
Peter has been ever so gracious to take the time to come to teach this work to me and I am hoping to begin spreading this work to others in the States. I am hoping to introduce it in March, 2011, at my Advanced Foundations in Myofascial Release Seminar in Tucson, AZ.
Peter, do you have anything to add at this point?
You can read an abstract of this work here
Walt Fritz, PTwww.FoundationsinMFR.com