COMING SOON! Techniques for the Hip & Pelvis A Course designed to enhance your competence, confidence and skill level treating Hip & Pelvis Complaints. In this course I instruct my most effective and L.A.S.T.ing techniques for the Hip & Pelvis; discuss the communications of the various mechanoreceptors of the ligaments/joint … [Read more...]
(VIDEO INSIDE) Got Painful Hips?
Helping Incorporate Research and Manual Techniques into your Massage Therapy Practice! Here's some research from The Bone & Joint Journal into the inner workings of why your hip may be painful. The distribution of nociceptive innervation in the painful hip: a histological investigation. Abstract Our understanding of the origin of hip … [Read more...]
(VIDEO INSIDE) Elbow Fracture Treatment Gone Wrong!
Helping Incorporate Research and Manual Techniques into your Massage Therapy Practice! One problem that we all can be affected by as rehabilitation professionals is tunnel vision. We can lose sight of the structures affected by an injury or condition and we and our patients set our sights on attempting to attain pre-injury function, ROM and … [Read more...]
The Diaphragm Connects to the…. EVERYTHING!
Anatomic connections of the diaphragm: influence of respiration on the body system "A logical deduction is that the connection between the chest and the abdomen is an anatomic continuum, where the diaphragm plays a vital role in managing the information related to both cavities." Abstract The article explains the scientific reasons for the … [Read more...]
Diaphragm or Biaphragm?
2 Muscles in 1!? MORE cool research coming out about this amazing muscle! Abstract To the respiratory physiologist or anatomist the diaphragm muscle is of course the prime mover of tidal air. However, gastrointestinal physiologists are becoming increasingly aware of the value of this muscle in helping to stop gastric contents from refluxing into … [Read more...]