Monthly Archives: May 2012

Myofascial Release and Connective Tissue Basics

Question #1: What do the Muscular, Skeletal, Neurological, Cardiovascular, Immune, Digestive, Urogenital, and Respiratory Systems all have in common? Question #2: What does coursework in ankle sprains/strains, hip problems, thoracic outlet syndrome, knee pain, spinal dysfunction, animal rehabilitation, neurological disorders, … Continue reading

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Biomechanics of Respiration–Manual Therapy

One important aspect of manual therapy is the biomechanics of respiration.  Faulty respiratory mechanics is present in a large number of my patients.   Correct mechanics of breathing which is such a simple concept, is vital for the overall long term … Continue reading

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The Golf Swing–Complex Yet Precise Movement in Sports

The golf swing is without question one of the most complex, precise movements in all of sports. It demands more complex, integrated physical system coordination than any other athletic motion. The consistent precision of the movement is dictated by more … Continue reading

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