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MFT Seminar 2014 Cervicals
Myotonic Facilitation Technique: supine pelvic correction
Myotonic Facilitation Technique: prone pelvis correction
Eccentric Break Testing for muscle weakness
Psoas & Iliacus correction
Coracobrachialis – “Myotonic Facilitation Technique”
Visual Error Scoring System (VESS)
Pre-Active Stretching Intro
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Judith Boothby, MS, DC, PC; Shelly Coffman, PT, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT, CSCS; Todd Turnbull, DC Abstract A 9-y-old boy with severe juvenile rheumatoid arthritis who had been recommended for bilateral hip replacement received treatment for more than 8 y from an...
The quadriceps muscle is a hip flexor and lower leg extensor. [pic 1] It becomes strained, damaged and weakened through activities such as squatting, running, jumping and climbing. The patient with patellar tendonitis complaints of knee pain just below the kneecap...
The majority of patients with mild traumatic brain injuries recover within seven to 10 days. If concussion signs and symptoms continue beyond seven days, the diagnosis changes from acute concussion to post-concussion syndrome. Unfortunately, some patients...
A parentʼs guide to relieving childhood pains This booklet is dedicated to children in the hope that they may live happier, healthier lives. Health Concepts: Muscles move bones and can compress nerves and joints. A healthy muscle is strong, flexible and pain-free....