Lecture by Dr. Warren Hammer

Mysterious Magnificent Fascia

Monday, October 16, 2017     6:30 – 8:00pm

Q & A included

To Register:

Either call (203) 857-1500 or register on Facebook


It seems that social media is overflowing with articles and information about fascia these days.

What is it……really? Why do you need to care?

The importance of healthy fascia cannot be underestimated, and we are thrilled to have one the leading fascia experts in the United States talk to us about it and answer your questions. If you are a doctor, chiropractor, massage therapist, acupuncturist, physical therapist, certified athletic trainer, or anyone who cares about taking care of themselves, this presentation on fascia is for you! We have learned so much about fascia over the last 3-4 years and today, there are more peer-reviewed articles written about fascia than on the muscular system.

About the presenter:

Six years ago, Dr. Warren Hammer DC, MS, DABCO introduced Fascial Manipulation courses into the United States with Antonio Stecco, MD. He is currently teaching the Arizona Diamondback athletic trainers how to treat sports injuries using Fascial Manipulation® (FM).

He has been in practice in Norwalk, Connecticut for the past 50 years. He has studied numerous soft-tissue methods and applies them to the practice of chiropractic. He has lectured nationally and internationally and recently completed his third edition of Functional Soft-Tissue Examination and Treatment by Manual Methods available from Jones & Bartlett publishers. He has written over 300 articles on soft tissue that have appeared in Dynamic Chiropractic and prominent journals such as Chiropractic Sports Medicine, the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, Chiropractic Technique and the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies.

FM has been taught throughout the world for the past 16 years and in 40 countries as of last year. As of 2013, Dr. Hammer became a certified FM instructor in the United States and is teaching courses here and Europe. He is only one of five instructors that have been certified in the U.S.