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P-DTR, Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST), Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT), Myoskeletal Alignment, Massage The

P-DTR, Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST), Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT), Myoskeletal Alignment, Massage Therapy, Yoga, Corrective Exercise, Cupping Massage

Operating as usual

06/24/2020

Think we can all use this right about now.

Lovely neurochems. I saw this elsewhere and had to share. Also, it did not escape my attention that physical touch is a way to increase most of these naturally.

Timeline photos 04/03/2020

Timeline photos

All credit to Dr Richard Smisek and spiralstabilization.co.uk on this image. So good, had to share...

“One of the principles of Spiral Stabilization is reciprocal inhibition (active inhibition). Cooperation between the agonist and antagonist is not only in individual muscles, but also between the muscle chains. The activity of the agonist inhibits the tension of the antagonist. Using this principle is the most effective way to relax muscle tension and achieve greater range of motion. This can’t be achieved with conventional stretching. For example:

-Contraction of the muscles between the shoulder blades allows for more effective stretch of pectoralis.
-Contraction of the abdominal wall allows for relaxation of erector spine (tension in the lower back).
-Contraction of the glutes allows for more effective stretch of hip flexors.
-Contraction of the spiral chain allows for relaxation of the vertical chain.”

We are electrified bags of water upon a unique infrastructure. “Humans were invented by water to walk around.” -Job’s Body

And as such, our movements displace water 💦 changing polarity in a beautiful symphony of activation and reciprocal inhibition as we simply stroll down the street.

So maybe, just maybe, that tight spot you cannot stretch out, requires polar opposite activation.

What’s this mean? Look to the other side, of the body, joint, spine etc and try engaging and strengthening. 😳😁

Professor and Her Students May Have Found a Cure for Lyme Disease - University of New Haven 06/03/2019

Professor and Her Students May Have Found a Cure for Lyme Disease - University of New Haven

http://www.newhaven.edu/news/releases/2017/professor-and-her-students-may-have-found-a-cure-for-lyme-disease.php?fbclid=IwAR3HIE68qlE5AbN2GM2FmMI9EjXdVyKbuH5yx4v8tsABL2JewaguNQnT6kU

Professor and Her Students May Have Found a Cure for Lyme Disease - University of New Haven Professor Eva Sapi Ph.D. in Connecticut along with her team of researchers is looking into whether or not Stevia, which is a natural sweetener, can kill Lyme disease bacteria.

06/02/2019

Worked on baseball pitcher who couldn’t get into proper position to pitch due to shoulder pain and tightness. Upon assessment, several muscles in the shoulder were hypertonic. His throwing coach told him to relax, but you can’t relax when hypertonic muscles are guarding. Turned out to be dysfunctions in several shoulder ligaments. After treatment, his muscles could now function properly, allowing him to achieve full range of motion to throw.

Timeline photos 04/13/2019

Timeline photos

DORSAL SACRAL LIGAMENTS- ligaments are specialized connective tissue elements containing collagen fibers, elastin and fluid. While described as simply passive restraints in orthopedic medicine, they have a much greater function in the body. In addition to their collagen-elastin-water makeup, ligaments have large amounts of mechanoreceptors and specialized sensory organs. The role of these receptors is to inform the CNS of where the joints are in space and monitoring of tension forces. This information is vital to our “proprioception” sense, our muscular function via the ligaments-musculo reflex and pain referral patterns in the body. Ligament pain referral patterns are often overlooked in standard care.
Hackett and Kurosawa found that stimulating the four individual dorsal sacroiliac ligaments by injecting lidocaine/saline generates specific pain patterns in the lower extremity. These pain referrals followed scleratomal patterns that may be classically attributed to lumbar nerve root impingement (but are not). The patterns were as follows:
- Green (Ilio-Transversospinales-sacral) can refer to the upper buttock, anterior and lateral thigh
- Yellow (Axile Lig) refers to the middle buttock, lateral thigh and lower leg
- Orange (Zaglas Lig) and
- Red (Bichat Lig) refer to the Lowe buttock, lateral hamstring and lateral ankle/foot
- Blue (Sacrotuberous-long dorsal sacral) and Purple (Sacrospinous) refer to the medial hamstring and calf region.
- Maroon and Pink (iliolumbar ligs) can refer to the groin/pubic area
These referral patterns compliment classic Travell trigger points. “Radicular” type symptoms may not be nerve related but rather of ligament origin. Ligaments must be considered in local and peripheral pain patterns and as potential treatment targets to resolve pain.

01/19/2019

Excellent video of how it is done a replacement knee..!!

11/01/2018

Inspiration.

10/05/2018

It is all important.

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