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Erik Dalton Myoskeletal Alignment

Dalton's muscle energy and myofascial mobilization techniques offer the pain-management bodyworker, sports therapist and structural integrator "Certified Myoskeletal Therapist" credentials that set them apart in the eyes of clients and referrals.

Website: http://erikdalton.com
Members: 277
Latest Activity: Mar 19

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I'm always shocked to see how many golfers come to my office this time of year with low back pain.

Recent stats: 53 percent of male and 45 percent of female golfers suffer low back pain; 30 percent of professional…Continue

Started by Erik Dalton, Ph.D. Jun 6, 2012.

pain in the perineum 4 Replies

I have a client who, due to a twisting incident has pain in the perineum. Using Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques, I have resolved most issues EXCEPT the pain in perineum. Any ideas of what to do?

Started by Amy Quartermaine. Last reply by Jerry Hesch, MHS, PT Feb 21, 2012.

Does Erik have the grooviest hair in the whole profession? 2 Replies

Vote hereIt's an important question that needs answered once and for all.  Voting closes on March 3rd.Commenting on the MTBOK would be a good idea…Continue

Started by Vlad. Last reply by Dawn Blaylock Feb 9, 2012.

Dynamic Body... Exploring Form, Expanding Function

Been working very hard on the new book... Amazing content from many leaders in the industry. Gil Hedley, Jerry Hesch, Judith Aston, Tom Myers, Philip Greenman, Robert Irvin, Til Luchau, Robert…Continue

Tags: Contining, Education, bodywork, professionals, Therapy

Started by Erik Dalton, Ph.D. Jan 19, 2011.

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Comment by Z. Faith Darby on August 10, 2011 at 8:43am

Hi Ganapathy, I looks like I missed the Chicago workshop because I just checked Erik's website and find only Costa Rica and Texas? I really want to get into the next Chicago workshop? Do you have any info on when it will be?

Comment by Erik Dalton, Ph.D. on August 10, 2011 at 6:49am

Hello Ganapathy:

You'll receive a 10% discount by signing up for our technique e-newsletter. If you are already signed up, call Sandi @ 800.709.5054 and tell her I said it was OK to extend the discount.

 

Stephen: What topic was that link pertaining to?

 

Comment by Stephen Jeffrey on August 10, 2011 at 4:57am

Hi Eric

can you restore or offer a new link to this please.

 http://erikdalton.com/NewslettersOnline/Sept_09_Newsletter.htm

 

Loved this article:)

http://erikdalton.com/media/published-articles/dont-get-married/

Comment by Bruce Baltz on December 15, 2010 at 3:21pm

Just started to work with a man in his 60'es who just came out of his cast after an ankle replacement and one today who 3 weeks ago had a double knee replacement.

 

Anyone ever work with a client who has had an ankle replacement? 

Comment by Z. Faith Darby on December 2, 2010 at 3:35pm
Thank you so much. I will definitely look into this class!
Comment by Erik Dalton, Ph.D. on December 2, 2010 at 3:27pm
Hello Faith ~ You can view my 2011 workshop schedule by visiting www.ErikDalton.com or www.DaltonWorkshops.com
Thx for your interest in the Myoskeletal Alignment Technique.
Comment by Z. Faith Darby on December 2, 2010 at 2:44pm
Hi Marissa, where did you find the info on the Chicago workshop that you mention below. Thanks much.
Comment by Marissa on December 2, 2010 at 2:18pm
Will be registering for your August 2011 Chicago workshop! Another therapist will be joining me and I'm trying to wrangle in two more. Looking forward to it!
Comment by Erik Dalton, Ph.D. on October 31, 2010 at 4:50pm
Love this Ida Rolf quote from the early 70s: " "It's the fascia that crosses joints, not muscles. Fascial envelopes cross joints. Joints become the red flags; they tell you if and how something is wrong. You have to look for normal relationships, not only of joints, but within all the mesodermal tissue - fascia and bone both come from mesoderm; fascia is less dense. This will give you a more inclusive picture of what goes on in a body than if you look only at the muscles."

Click this link and go to the paragraph titled "Depth" to read a 'touching' story Tom Myers writes about Dr Rolf:
http://erikdalton.com/articlebodywork.htm
Comment by Erik Dalton, Ph.D. on October 8, 2010 at 10:34am
Had many questions regarding the upcoming Tucson workshop. It was orginally advertised as a 3-day 24 CE course but has been changed to 25 CEs to accommodate the Arizona State licensing requirements. We'll also be offering our 6-CE home-study Ethics course for those needing to comply with the NCBTMB regulations.

Tucson and Austin are the final 2 Blue Collar Tour workshops for 2010 (www.ErikDalton.com). Hope to see many of you at the 7th Annual Interdisciplinary Congress on Low Back and Pelvic Pain in LA Nov 9-12...plus the 2-day post-convention seminars with Leon Chaitow, Paul Check and MANY more legendary presenters....gonna be a head-scratchin' experience.
 

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