FASCIAL MANIPULATION. Stecco Method. (Physiotherapy and Podiatry specialising in Connective Tissue throughout the Body)
At our Chichester clinic we offer Fascial Manipulation Therapy, a manual therapy which aims to restore normal movement of the layers of fascia which cover our muscles, internal organs and our skin. This treatment is also known as Myofascial Release.
Fascial Manipulation can treat many different conditions by reducing pain, restoring movement, balancing internal organ function and regulating skin.
At The Boxgrove, we are lucky enough to have one of only two qualified practitioners in the UK. Jane is a qualified physiotherapist with over 25 years of clinical experience in treating musculoskeletal dysfunction. She has a special interest in soft tissue treatment and having studied in Italy is now one of only three fully certified Fascial Manipulation specialists (Stecco Method) in the UK and is the only Physiotherapist to have qualified in the UK.
In addition to Jane we have Ian Liane who qualified Level 1 & Level 2 Stecco Method. Ian is our Podiatrist and uses Fascial Manipulation Stecco Method for chronic pain and symptoms in the lower limb.
They are a powerful team.
Initial Consultation 60 minutes / £75
Follow-up Consultation 45 minutes / £70
Frequently Asked Questions
Other conditions include:
- Respiratory e.g. coughs, recurrent laryngitis/sore throats & bronchitis
- Circulatory e.g. leg/foot cramps and cold hands/feet
- Urinary e.g. recurrent cystitis, urinary frequency & recurrent kidney stones
- Endocrine e.g. thyroid issues, diaphragm problems, dysmenorrhea & oligospermia
- Digestive e.g. reflux, bloating, heartburn and IBS
Jane Haydon MSc Physiotherapy, Certified Fascial Manipulation Specialist.
Jane is a qualified physiotherapist with over 25 years clinical experience in treating musculoskeletal dysfunctions. She has a special interest in soft tissues and having studied in Italy is now one of only two fully certified Fascial Manipulation specialists (Stecco Method) in the UK.
Jane enthuses that “Treating fascia has changed my life – the Stecco teams’ motto of Manus Sapients Potens Est, meaning, A knowledgeable hand is powerful has never been more apt. I am continually amazed at the number of symptoms and conditions that I have been able to improve by treating fascia”.
Ian Linane Podiatry, Level 1 and Level 2 Fascial Manipulation Specialist. Stecco Method
Ian qualified as a Podiatrist in 1993 and has been in private practice ever since, both within his own clinic and as part of private practice multidiscipline teams. Podiatry has provided Ian with an exciting, rewarding and varied career which has ranged from general lower limb and foot care to injury rehabilitation. In addition he worked within forensic podiatry for some 11 years in the area of Forensic Gait Analysis. Over the last 9 years Ian has written and taught extended scope practice manual therapy courses in podiatry, nationally and internationally, through his own training company. These have been provided to both private practice and NHS. A lifelong learner, in 2016 Ian began training in Fascial Manipulation Stecco Method. He is trained in both levels 1 and 2, hoping to complete level 3 in 2021.
Seven years ago my son (aged 23) fell from a height sustaining a traumatic brain injury. M has had three sessions with Jane. After each session something that didn’t work before has started working. His jaw now functions normally, his hip is sorted and his protruding shoulder blade is now back in place. I can only describe the treatment as miraculous – we are so lucky so have discovered Jane and her skills.