Monthly Archives: June 2012

Body Posture both Static and Dynamic

In my recent work I am focusing on a thorough evaluation of body posture both static and dynamic walk, run, jump and various specialized sports activities.  A good analysis of the posture pinpoints precisely areas of imbalance of musculoskeletal units … Continue reading

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Mulligan Taping Techniques

Mobilization with Movement (MWM) developed by Brian Mulligan FNZSP (Hon) of New Zealand is recognized world wide in manual therapy approaches.  His concept is the application of manually applied accessory joint glide with concomitant pain free active movement.  Brian Mulligan … Continue reading

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Using Funtional Movement Systems

I utilize functional movement systems every day in my practice. It captures fundamental movements, motor control within movement patterns, and competence of basic movements uncomplicated by specific skills. It has determined the greatest area of movement deficiency, demonstrates limitation or … Continue reading

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