NCBTMB # 1804
Andrew M. Frankson is the creator and copyright claimant of Muscle Fiber Methodology. This methodology utilizes a combination of muscle fiber manipulating methods, passive stretches and client-specific exercises that allows each client to reach hers or his optimal performance. As a 2007/ 2009 graduate of the Massage Therapy and Clinical Massage Therapy Programs, from the Connecticut Center for Massage Therapy, Mr. Frankson is licensed to practice massage in the states of Connecticut and New York. Andrew is a NCBTMB Board Approved Continuing Education Provider (#1804) and an AMTA member since 2007.
In 2007, Mr. Frankson recognized the need for a new approach to muscle manipulation and functional training to treat muscular problems. By focusing on the manipulation of the muscle fibers to achieve overall wellness, he designed and developed the systematic and effective techniques of Muscle Fiber Methodology. Muscle Fiber Methodology is effective to treat stress related muscular problems, rehabilitation of muscle imbalances and most importantly, prevention of muscle imbalances and stress related muscular problems. His mission is to provide, muscle fiber manipulating methods that creates a wellness-oriented personal care for everyone. With his experience in the field of personal training, massage therapy and working closely with clients with a wide range of muscle imbalance, Mr. Frankson intends to pass on his knowledge by teaching continuing education with the intention of opening his own school in the future.
Mr. Frankson, who is also the Owner and CEO of S.T.R.E.T.C.H. (Stretching Techniques Rehabilitating Exploring Treating Comprehensive Health) LLC, invented a patent pending device called LLAD (Lower Lateral Alignment Device). This device passively stretches over 15 muscles in the lower body (pelvis, hips, lower legs), that do abduction (standing with feet apart) and lateral rotation (sitting with knees apart) at the hip and ankles without the assistance of the user. His current interest also has him working on other inventions that will passively help everyone who uses them.