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The fascia distortion model according to Typaldos



The Typaldos fascia distortion model was developed in the 1990s by emergency physician and osteopath Stephen Typaldos. The technique is based on six specific “distortions” that are attributed to illnesses and complaints. The most important thing for the diagnosis is the patient's body language and his description of the symptoms.

In 1991 Typaldos discovered the first distortion, the trigger band, because his patients kept showing the same gesture. Thereupon he developed a therapy tailored to the patient's body language  was to be traced back. Over time, Typaldos found a total of  six distortions out:

  • Trigger band

  • Herniated trigger point

  • Continuum distortion

  • Cylinder distortion

  • Folding distortion

  • Tectonic fixation


The treatment can be painful and may leave bruises. Likewise, a  Sore muscles occur. However, the applied ones work  Grips also release and can be used for a wide variety of diseases.

Note: For legal reasons, it is pointed out that the clinical pictures and diagnoses listed here serve as examples and that this list does not claim to be complete. This information is of an empirical nature and is based on decades of experience of many therapists. They do not contain any promise of healing or a guarantee to alleviate the symptoms or symptoms.

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