address 2153 Primrose Ln
Naperville, Illinois 60565
United States of America
(608) 692-2501
Dyer Physical Therapy
CS Instructor Status N/A
Introductory Courses Neural Upper Quadrant (N1), Myochains and Spinal Ligs (MS1), Foundations of Fascial Counterstrain (F1), Neural Lower Quadrant (N2), Lymphatic Venous Combined (2014), Arterial Dysfunction (AR), Periosteal Dysfunction (MS2), Visceral (VS), Cartilage / SF dysfunction (MS3) Counterstrain Mastery Programs CSA Module 1 Intro: Counterstrain and the Cranial Scan, CSA Module 3: Counterstrain for the Lymphatic/Venous System

Elizabeth Dyer, PT, DPT

I have been an outpatient orthopaedic manual therapist since 2009. I have practiced in Washington, DC, Maui (Kihei), HI, Austin, TX and now the suburbs of Chicago, IL. I first discovered Fascial Counterstrain in 2016 upon moving to Illinois and meeting the people at ARC Physical Therapy. Once I saw and felt the power of this technique I knew it was what I had been missing. So many times I had seen someone who wasn’t improving or had plateaud no matter what other technique I tried. This was the missing piece. Since then I have made Fascial Counterstrain my main practice and have devoted myself to learning as much as I can about it. This is a skill that requires a lot of practice and constant continuing education. Some of the conditions I have found this technique to be really instrumental in helping are: Headaches Cervicalgia (neck pain) TMJ dysfunction Thoracic spine pain Scoliosis in adolescents/children Lumbago (low back pain) Sacroiliac (SI) dysfunction Generalized “stiffness” And many other conditions. If you have tried to address a problem with other types of therapy and are not satisfied with the results maybe it’s time to try treating your fascia. Education: BS in Rehabilitation Psychology University of Wisconsin, Madison 2005 Doctorate of Physical Therapy George Washington University 2009