By: Ricky Singh – July 15, 2014
On episode 2 of the MS Podcast, Dr. Andreo Spina tells us about Functional Range Conditioning, his clinical thought process as well as potential mechanisms behind common treatment interventions. Those of you who know Dr. Spina know that he is a very passionate and intelligent individual so be sure to have a listen to this podcast below.
About Dr. Andreo Spina
Dr. Spina holds a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from McMaster University. He later graduated with summa cum laude and clinic honors from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College as a Doctor of Chiropractic and subsequently completed the two-year post-graduate fellowship in sports sciences. Being the recipient of the ‘John W.A. Duckworth Award’ for the highest standing in Human Anatomy and Histology, Dr. Spina became the first pre-graduate student to tutor in the cadaver laboratory in the Dept. of Human Anatomy at the Chiropractic College, a position he continued throughout his post graduate fellowship program.
In addition to being both the creator and head instructor of Functional Anatomic Palpation Systems (F.A.P.™), Functional Range Release (F.R.®) Techniques, and Functional Range Conditioning (FRC)™, Dr. Spina has also authored chapters in various sports medicine textbooks, is a published researcher, and internationally renowned speaker on the topics of manual therapy, soft tissue assessment and treatment, mobility/flexibility training, and physical conditioning. To learn more about Dr. Andreo Spina and for information regarding his seminars, check out www.functionalanatomyseminars.com .