providing hands-on pain relief for over 40 years


Car Accidents and Myofascial Pain

Posted August 28, 2016

My latest article on Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction is now live! This month I'm discussing car accidents and recurring pain. Even if you have no broken bones, cuts or bruises, you will still suffer with Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction. This is important to know since pain practitioners may only be treating the areas of pain and missing the source of the pain from the Trigger Points in the muscles.

registration flyer for 27th Annual Meeting

September 20th I'll be presenting a Myofascial Therapy workshop with Lucy White Ferguson, DC, and Ben Daitz, MD, at the 27th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Pain Management (AAPM). The AAPM Annual Clinical Meeting is dedicated to integrative pain management and designed for all members of the integrative pain care team. Over a thousand professionals in the field will be sharing expertise, new skills, and the latest techniques in pain management.

New MyoRehab Video Channel!

Posted August 9, 2016

We are launching our own MyoRehab YouTube channel! Curated videos by Victoria L Magown will offer interesting lectures and demonstrations for patients, students, and practitioners of Myofascial Realignment Therapy. Eventually I will be providing full online webinars as well. I am very excited about this new development for MyoRehab.

Fascial Manipulation Graduate!

Posted March 22, 2016

Now it is official, I am a Fascial Manipulation Therapist!

2016 Fascial Manipulation Seminar, Scottsdale AZ

Instructor Stefano Casadei,PT, and Vicky Magown at Fascial Manipulation Seminar in Scottsdale AZ
January 10, 2016

I just returned from Scottsdale, Arizona, for the second time in a month. I attended the Fascial Manipulation Seminar Part 2, A & B, three days each, led by Warren Hammer, DC, MS, and Stefano Casadei, PT. On Sunday, we had a graduation ceremony with cake and champagne.

I attended Part 1, A & B in March and April, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada, and have been treating patients’ Fascia since then using all that I learned.

Save The Date!

Posted January 15, 2016

Myofascial Pain Syndrome Trigger Point Diagnosis and Treatment Courses postcard

Stay up-to-date with this UNM Continuing Medical Education Advanced Myofascial Seminar, January 29–31, 2016, at the Albuquerque Sheraton Uptown Hotel. I will be presenting an hour lunch lecture on Perpetuating Factors on Saturday, and another on Fascial Dysfunction on Sunday. For more information and to register online, visit UNM Continuing Medical Education. Looking forward to seeing you there.