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Posted on 8/16/2017 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
Which muscle performs better, suffers less pain and dysfunction, and has better health, a muscle with Full Length, Flexibility and Range of Motion or a muscle with maximum Strength, Power and Force?
Posted on 7/16/2017 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
There is an excellent reason our chests are protected by a powerful cage of ribs and fascia … to protect our life-sustaining organs, such as the heart and lungs.
Posted on 5/11/2017 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
While each skeletal muscle is certainly important, there is one we literally CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT … From breathing difficulties to hiccups to heartburn, dysfunction of the is important to recognize and to correct, so please pass this information on …
Posted on 4/25/2017 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
Couples who give each other back rubs or foot rubs are reported to have up to compared to relationships without this wonderful exchange! The same is likely true for all our loved ones, children, friends, and other relatives…
Posted on 11/16/2016 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
One of the features that sets human beings apart from most other animals is having . This simply means that we can reach our thumbs across our palms to touch our pinkies. This ability may not seem that special at first, but many of our beloved handheld devices, including cell phones, rely heavily on this evolutionary advantage.
Posted on 10/18/2016 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
We know that trigger points can be excruciatingly painful, but who knew that some might literally cause you to pull out? We often complain about the lack of myofascial education in the medical profession.
Posted on 9/9/2016 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
It’s no fun to take a road trip and end up with back or buttock pain from the car seat! It’s no treat to fly somewhere and end up with swollen, sore legs when you get there from the flight!
Posted on 8/16/2016 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
This month’s topicwill be one of the most important for many readers.
Posted on 6/20/2016 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
Nothing puts a damper on the excitement of summer like a back injury! Unfortunately, they are not uncommon … Being cramped up all winter and sitting a lot can shorten our spinal muscles to the point where they are at risk of injury if we use them before properly preparing them for summer fun.
Posted on 4/11/2016 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
Posted on 3/10/2016 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
Sometimes they’re sore in the morning … Sometimes they hurt when we’re jogging or dancing Or during the sports that we play! Whatever time it is that they ache, one thing is true about feet …
Posted on 2/10/2016 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
Brrr! A lot of our country is experiencing some pretty cold weather! For those of us in snowy climates, ’tis the season for shoveling … and low back injuries!
Posted on 1/14/2016 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
Happy New Year! Some of us are probably well on our way to achieving our 2016 goals and resolutions! We might be hitting the gym more, eating better, working on improving a relationship, breaking a bad habit, growing our businesses, taking more time for family, etc.
Posted on 12/10/2015 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
You’re probably familiar with Scoliosis, a condition where the spine curves sideways into a C or S-shaped appearance from the back.
Posted on 11/10/2015 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
This month we will look at a powerful demonstration of how a simple trigger point can cause incredibly uncomfortable effects in the body, such as the pain and visual disturbances of the migraine headache.
Posted on 10/15/2015 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
This week’s highlight is a muscle we have all likely realized needs some attention at one time or another: The Hamstrings. You will find stretches for the Hamstrings in almost every school P.E. program, such as the standing toe touch and the sit and reach stretch.
Posted on 8/17/2015 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
A Frozen Shoulder can take a lot of fun out of summer warmth. Just about any sport or activity involving lifting your arm above your head, reaching across your chest, or reaching back and up behind you can be spoiled.
Posted on 6/11/2015 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
If there is one injury that is famous for being repetitive, it’s the Especially with it being icy in many parts of the country right now, people are slipping and twisting their ankles left and right (or just one side at a time) … hence, the subject of this month’s issue of …!
Posted on 5/12/2015 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
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Posted on 2/10/2015 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
Greetings! Spring is almost here, and of course that means you are thinking of all the trigger point self-care you will be doing to enjoy your outdoor activities, right?
Posted on 1/15/2015 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
Thanks to, every month you’ve been learning great techniques for relieving pain and improving your muscular and skeletal health.
Posted on 12/9/2014 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
Have you ever had a pain or Do you ever have trouble taking a full breath or experience pain in the side while breathing, sneezing, or coughing?in your side, maybe in the middle of a fit of laughter?
Posted on 11/23/2014 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
When you “throw your back out” everything in your life can suddenly be put on hold. Low back pain costs Americans over $50 billion each year and is the most common cause of job-related disability (National Institute of Neurological Disorders 2008).
Posted on 10/14/2014 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
In past issues, we’ve talked a lot about the wide range of pain and other problems caused by myofascial trigger points. In this issue, we highlight a muscle whose trigger points can go so far as to make it difficult to enjoy intimacy with your loved one.
Posted on 9/10/2014 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
Is it really Sciatica or just a trigger point in your buttocks muscle? In this issue we focus on the Gluteus Minimus, a muscle in your buttocks with a surprising referred pain pattern that mimics the pain of sciatica!
Posted on 8/5/2014 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
Heel pain can take the fun out of a lot of our activities, especially for athletes who place higher than normal amounts of pressure on their heels and arches of the foot.
Posted on 7/8/2014 to Musculoskeletal Update - E-mail Archive
In this issue, we’ll learn to evaluate and treat a shoulder muscle that has a bad reputation for causing head pain, so much so it has earned the nickname