Helping Incorporate Research and Manual Techniques into your Massage Therapy Practice! Here's another nice piece of research from The Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery detailing the anatomy and kinematics of the Lateral Elbow Complex. The structure and kinematics of the lateral collateral ligament of the elbow joint were investigated … [Read more...]
(VIDEO INSIDE) Coracoid Pain Test: A New Clinical Sign of Shoulder Adhesive Capsulitis
Helping Incorporate Research and Manual Techniques into your Massage Therapy Practice! So this caught my eye this morning! This is an interesting report identifying another manual test for clinicians to incorporate into their testing for Adhesive Capsulitis. Have a read through the Abstract, head on over to the Full Paper. Then "come on … [Read more...]
(Video Inside) Proximal Tibiofibular Joint: Rendezvous With a Forgotten Articulation
Helping Incorporate Research and Manual Techniques into your Massage Therapy Practice! The proximal tibiofibular joint (PTFJ) is a plane type synovial joint. The primary function of the PTFJ is dissipation of torsional stresses applied at the ankle and the lateral tibial bending moments besides a very significant tensile, rather than compressive … [Read more...]
Shoulder Techniques For Your Patients!
Hey everyone, Here's a sample of the techniques instructed in the Shoulder Online Course. Use them in practice and then head back here to let me know how they worked, results you got and how your patient felt after. Technique for Subclavious Technique for Costoclavicular Complex Enjoy! Robert Enroll in the Shoulder … [Read more...]
You Wont Look At Adhesive Capsulitis the Same Ever Again Plus Major Announcement!
Big things are about to happen. Save The Date - Thursday July 23, 2015 First thought, here is a quick video with myself and my good friend Dr. Kira Cai, ND talking about Adhesive Capsulitis. Why? Because at our last Christmas Party she blew my mind with her story of how she treated her fathers Adhesive Capsulitis. Her Dad is an MD in Vancouver. … [Read more...]
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