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Restoring Human Movement

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Jan 9, 2019



Guido Van Ryssegem is a badass.

If you haven’t heard of him before, you may have heard of some of his contributions to the healthcare-fitness world. Just to name a few, Nick Winkelman studied under him and has become wildly popular. The sleeper stretch for throwers was a Guido invention.

I was fortunate to attend Guido Attractor State and Dynamic Systems Theory Workshop and I can say with confidence that it changed the way I treat certain cases dramatically. The easiest way to think of Guido’s work in reducing Attractor States, is figuring out what the body is “asking for” and then giving it proper dosage of the proper “exercise medication.” Or maybe simplest way is to just hear the conversation :)

Using the tactics Guido shares, I’ve been able to reduce many of my patient’s symptoms with a single corrective exercise within a matter of seconds.

Neck pain, back pain, knee pain, hip impingement and so much more are treatable with the CORRECT corrective exercises. If you want to see a patient buy into your style quickly, consider attended Guido’s course.

Simply amazing stuff.


Guido Van Ryssegem Bio:

Mr. Guido Van Ryssegem is owner and co-founder of Safe Recovery, LLC. He has been in clinical practice for 30 years and has been working in the strength and conditioning arena for 35 years.  Guido is a practitioner, professional faculty and guest presenter at Oregon State University, and has published in the Asian Journal of Martial Arts, Clinical Kinesiology and the International Journal Of Sports Physical Therapy.  Guido is also a guest presenter for the University of Oregon, Western Oregon University, Athletes Performance -EXOS, Perform Better and the National Personal Trainers Institute, and other institutions. He has practiced for the Kansas City Royals, Texas Rangers and the Baltimore Orioles.  His expertise extends to his own Kinetic Integrations Exercise Specialist Certification (KIEP). He is a board certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), Registered Nurse (RN) and Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) while also certified by the National Board of Fitness Examiners (NBFE).

Guido serves as the Northwest regional coordinator for the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and is a  committee member for two National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) task forces. He serves on advisory boards.

Guido’s motor learning and motor control systems and methodologies can be seen on, and MedBridgeEducation. He presents nationally and internationally on this methodology.

Guido Van Ryssegem ATC Contact:

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