Meet Alex

For over 9 years Alex has put in over 10,000 hours of bodywork with thousands of people. His clients have ranged from age 3 to 88, being non-athletes to collegiate, professional and Olympian levels. Alex suffered injuries during his freshman year playing College baseball stemming from inflexibility. Being taken from a sport that he had known for most of his life was very difficult, especially when his injuries followed him during daily activities. After researching and learning from the creators and instructors of Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST) Ann and Chris Fredricks, Alex learned the importance of flexibility, not only in sports, but also in life after sports. Alex has said many times “I wish I could have found my present day self back when I was in college and struggling with my injury.” His injury did not allow much of a college career, but he did get to see how important it is for young student athletes to stay healthy first hand. Alex has worked with College teams like UK Football and Centre College Field Hockey because he knows how effective FST can be for young athletes. Finding the source of an issue in the body is how Alex gets results with his clients. Whether it is past or current injuries that limit daily activities, there is always a goal to allow the client to do what they love to do, and sometimes perform it better. Using only a massage table and soft straps to focus on one side of the body at a time, Alex listens to the tissue and safely stretches using traction. Fascial Stretch Therapy has opened Alex’s eyes to how you can, most times, fix individuals naturally. He hopes to continue to learn to help clients as much as they help him. “There’s just something rewarding about helping someone with your hands.”

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