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PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field) Therapy is a reparative modality used in the field of orthopedics for the treatment of bone fractures and soft tissue healing.

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Traditional Kinesiology involves the science of human movement, not the "applied" version that often consists of nutritional supplements and other modalities

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Trigger Thumb Solved - Treatment and How to Get Rid of the Pain (2018)

If you’ve ever had trigger thumb and you’re a musician, you understand how frustrating it is. It...

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Sink the Shoulders

 09/11/2018 “To sink your shoulders means that your shoulders loosen and lower heavily with an...

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Fascia and Its Connection in Running

05/3/2017   As you may recall from my earlier blog in July of 2011, I made the switch from shod...

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What is Fascia?

What is Fascia? An Ancient and Scientific History of Connective Tissue

03/14/2017 This article is a primer about fascia, it's benefits and how ancient techniques can be...

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The Integrated Body ®: The Fascinating Science of Connective Tissue

 09/4/2015 For many years, I have been involved with the study of human fascia (connective tissue),...

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Parkinson's and the (often) missing focus of treatment

11/18/2014 When a 68-year-old female patient came to my clinic presenting with a possible...

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