The Fashikom® Clinic was set up alongside the Fashikom® College to perform method treatments in an audience suffering from movement pathologies and chronic pain systems.

How to live painlessly? Know the Fashikom Method!

Pain is not an enemy, pain is not a movement disorder.
Fear of pain drives the movement.

The course of treatment in the clinic includes ongoing support for sufferers from the moment of contact, through the various treatments to self-work at home.

The support is expressed in the clear direction of changing the perception of daily pain reality and in changing understandings about the functions of the movement system as a healing component in combination with practical contact and movement guidelines.

Pain is not an enemy, pain is not a movement disorder.
Fear of pain drives the movement.

The course of treatment in the clinic includes ongoing support for sufferers from the moment of contact, through the various treatments to self-work at home.

The support is expressed in the clear direction of changing the perception of daily pain reality and in changing understandings about the functions of the movement system as a healing component in combination with practical contact and movement guidelines.

With the Fashikom® method, the healing process is accomplished knowing that pain is not an enemy to our bodies, pain is not a movement disorder, and that fear of pain is the factor that determines the amount and ability to move with a profound effect on mental resilience and desire to perform it.

The Fashikom® method honors the tissue fusion processes that need blood and all that is the purpose of the treatment.

What can be treated with the Fashikom® method?

The Fashikom® method works as a human garage that allows the organization of all components of the joint system at the same time / now, to allow this “body” of vehicles, to move with maximum efficiency against gravity with little effort.

As a rule… every pathology (illness) and pain in the human body, no matter which system or system, are expressed in two ways that reflect our lives – in the movement system and in the emotional/behavioral/psychological context.

What is wonderful is that there is always room to give some kind of therapeutic response through the movement system, to influence the behavioral mechanism and thus to help the pathology/pain healing processes.

Chronic pain can be treated in all parts of the movement system, headaches, neck pain, whiplash, lower back pain, upper back pain, disc break, disc ballet, frozen shoulder, carpal canal, tennis elbow, leg and foot pain, pain Jaw, sports injuries and more.

What are the techniques used in the Fashikom method:

  • Trigger point therapy Release of muscle and movement nodes.
  • Kinesio taping therapy Release the skin for movement and pain relief.
  • Myofascial release therapy releasing the hammer for movement and pain relief.
  • Solution focus therapy Providing tools based on the suggestion (conditioning) and enabling emotional/psychological/behavioral coping processes.

(Suggestions include thought, behavioral and activation guidelines).

What is important and critical to remember in the recovery process?

It is very important to remember that our bodies try to balance their movement in space to maintain equilibrium with as little effort as possible so that we can effectively perform all the movement actions that our bodies are capable of without falling.

The intention of not falling is that we are fundamentally unstable in motion – our body structure is one that does not allow us automatic stability in our movement in space, and so we are required to participate in any movement component that exists in our bodies that contributes its share in the overall movement system in space.

Complex… complicated… necessary… and existent!

Therefore, it is clear without any doubt that in order to provide an accurate response to the treatment of movement pathologies and chronic pain, it is always necessary, before any medical action, to regain our movement capabilities.

What is Fashikom® treatment?

1. Medical Questioning – Obtaining information about the sufferer’s general health and condition in the context of the movement system.

2. Diagnostic and Comprehensive Motion Diagnosis – Locating the muscles in all body joints responsible for movement disruption and pain management through unique motion tests.

3. Release of the movement system – using the most effective contact techniques to organize the movement system back to normal function.

4. Guidelines for emotional management between treatments – Use of suggestion (conditioning) that allows decision-making, healing-oriented and behavioral change, to assimilate restoration of pain-free movement patterns.

5. Restorative movement guidelines between treatments – Using exercise and movement exercises in space (home, work, etc.) that assimilate the body’s ability to maintain pain-free life through them.

How many treatments does it take to relieve pain?

The first phase of treatment requires two treatments within a 5-day interval to enable the learning of the movement system’s behavior in the face of pathologies and pains.

In the first treatment:

  • In-depth diagnosis of body movement and mapping of pain locations.

  • Release the muscles that hold the movement failures found in diagnosis for normal movement.

  • Pain relief from muscle release and enhancement of the body’s balance capabilities.

  • Provide instructions for performing by the patient until the second treatment.

Among the treatments the patient is guided to perform: strong,

  • Documentation of all changes in his general movement: lying down, sitting, walking, bending, going up and downstairs, entering and exiting a car, etc.

  • Documenting the feelings of pain in both the complained and new places that may appear after the first treatment.

  • Return to normal behavior as much as possible in order to continue breaking the compensation of the movement and regain control of his body and movement.

The second treatment is:

  • Examining the patient’s reports of his or her movement and pain experienced / not experienced in the days between treatments.

  • The second treatment components are the same as the first treatment – motion diagnosis, muscle release, analgesia, and follow-up instructions are performed in the same way.

  • The advantage of the second treatment is that a diagnostic sequence is created that also includes the occurrences in daily practice. Which does not exist in all known treatment methods.

The treatment process also includes a combination of every treatment/training/ operating method available in the market and according to the treatment needs to be determined by the clinic.

The healing process requires patience for the movement system’s fusion processes.

This therapeutic structure goes on to the following treatments as well.

The clinic’s staff includes only graduates of Fashikom® College who are qualified for additional process support.


Ask us about the ‘Pretty Pain’ Workshop – Pain Management / Self-Care Pain, where Tal Ziv teaches how to use the book ‘Pretty Pain’ and the Trigger point therapy method to use the book very effectively.

The workshop is free of cost.

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