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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 Jason Fella on June 28, 2012 at 11:05am

Hey all. I've been having a lot of back pain while sitting at my desk lately, so I'm doing some pelvic stabilization exercises and stretching my psoas a lot, but I think I need a good lower-ab strengthening exercise. I learned one years ago at a seminar, but it is very hard to do and awkward to perform. If anyone has a good one they've used and would recommend, please let me know. Unfortunately I can't do bodywork on myself so I have to try other stuff =P

Comment by Tina Holt on February 21, 2012 at 12:11pm

I am looking for an article for my website about Erik Dalton's Myoskeletal Alignment Technique and why massage therapists choose to learn and practice it. If anyone who teaches for him is interested in writing about this please let me know. Just need a short article-not printed somewhere else. Thanks!

www.massage-education.com

Comment by Sally.Tringham on September 30, 2011 at 2:34am

Hi Eric. I am a N.M.T therapist in New Zealand, I hope youve heard of us - the world rugby cup is currently being held here! Have you ever been here and would there be a possibility of you coming out to a massage conferance here if you were approached to do so? Sally

 

Comment by Stephen Jeffrey on August 18, 2011 at 4:01am

Hi Eric the link I need is in the header from your blog

http://www.massageprofessionals.com/profiles/blogs/why-do-so-many-t...

thanks Eric

 

Comment by Jason Fella on August 10, 2011 at 3:15pm
I think we can let you off the hook for next year, Erik, since you're going to be doing some good stuff that will just benefit us later =). Looking forward to completing the lower body and upper extremity stuff!
Comment by Erik Dalton, Ph.D. on August 10, 2011 at 2:58pm

Thx for all the kind words folks. Dan is correct. I will not be teaching in 2012 to allow time to promote my upcoming Dynamic Body book, attend a couple research conferences, complete two home-study courses and watch the palm trees grow in my front yard in Costa Rica. Paul will be teaching next year and he's a very competent and intelligent guy.

Tina: Please visit erikdalton.com and click on "Media" and view all my articles and newsletters. Feel free to use what you need for your site. If you want the images separately, I can do that for you too....thx.

Comment by Tina Holt on August 10, 2011 at 1:59pm

Would love to have an article about Myoskeletal Alignment for my website. Please reply if you could provide one. Just 4-5 paragraph would be fine.

Comment by Z. Faith Darby on August 10, 2011 at 10:18am

Thank you so much Ganapathy. I hope Paul will honor us Chicago therapists with a visit in 2012.

To Your Holistic Health!

Comment by Z. Faith Darby on August 10, 2011 at 10:05am
Thanks, Dan. It's a bummer that I will miss taking a class with the famous Mr. Dalton, but I'm sure that I will get similar benefits from Paul. Thanks so much for the quick response.
Comment by Dan O'Clair on August 10, 2011 at 9:32am
Hi Z. Faith Darby, Erik's last mainland class is the one in Texas. He is moving to Costa Rica and has no plans for future mainland classes. But don't despair! Paul Kelly, his senior teaching assistant is going to continue teaching the courses and Paul is as awesome as Erik! There's a link above (in the RSS feeds) to Paul Kelly Myoskeletal Alignment Workshops. Myoskeletal Alignment Technique will truly add a lot to your bodywork repertoire! Take a course as soon as you can.
 

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