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Joe Muscolino The Art and Science of Kinesiology

All things about the neuromyofascial system: anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, assessment, and treatment

Website: http://learnmuscles.wordpress.com/
Members: 135
Latest Activity: May 28, 2013

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Truth be known - Trigger Points

Truth be known, you can eliminate any trigger point using only light pressure, without ever working  on the trigger point itself, in 20 seconds.

Started by Gordon J. Wallis Jun 27, 2011.

Palplation Skills 5 Replies

Why are palplation skills important to you?

Started by Frank J. Last reply by Walt Fritz, PT Feb 7, 2011.

Leg Length 8 Replies

Hey Joe, how do you and the rest of the gang measure leg length?

Started by Robert Downes. Last reply by Joseph E. Muscolino Oct 27, 2010.

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Comment by Kim Savoie on February 6, 2011 at 9:49pm

Looking for M.T.'s to partake in a test pilot home study course.

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Thank you for your help.

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Comment by Joseph E. Muscolino on January 19, 2011 at 4:30pm
Hi everyone, just wanted to let you know about an upcoming Pilates Conference at  The Art of Control® at SUNY Purchase, in Purchase NY. I will be teaching along with renowned Pilates instructors. Please go to Pilates Conference June 3-5, 2011 for more information. This is an incredible opportunity to study Pilates with some amazing instructors. For all levels. Hope to see you there!
Comment by Joseph E. Muscolino on June 8, 2010 at 7:12am
Hi Jacqueline (and everyone else),
thank you so much for responding and volunteering to be a part of the pilot study, but the power of the internet is such that I had it filled literally within a few hours of putting it out there. I do also have a waiting list in case some people cannot complete it. So, I do not need anyone else right now, but will let you know if I do.
Again, thank you so much for volunteering!

Joe
Comment by Jacqueline M Curan on June 8, 2010 at 6:18am
I'd like to volunteer for your pilot study. I just sent you an email at the address you provided below.
Comment by Joseph E. Muscolino on June 6, 2010 at 8:27am
Hi there!
I'm so excited to be a featured speaker at the World Massage Conference this year. I'd love for you to join me.
It starts this Monday so if you haven’t registered already, you can do it now…
http://www.1shoppingcart.com/app/?af=1181329

This is a "virtual " conference. That means that it’s done online (and simulcast by phone if you’re not near a computer). You just log into the website and through the marvels of technology you are listening to some of the greatest educators from around the world live.
It’s super convenient. You can listen from your home or office. And if you miss any presentations, recorded replays are available to listen to online or to download to your MP3 player.
You can IM the presenter questions during their live presentations and can chat with most presenters personally in the chat room immediately after the event. This year the focus is more centered on techniques and treatments and there are some great videos associated with almost every presentation.
If you register now for the June 7th and 8th conference, you’ll get complimentary access to the Fall 2010 conference. It’s over 50 hours of continuing education. You can get free certificates of completion for CE purposes and if you need NCBTMB certificates specifically, these are available for a small one-time fee of only $25 per conference.
Reserve your place now by clicking this link…
http://www.1shoppingcart.com/app/?af=1181329

You can download a printable schedule for the Spring 2010 from the home page of the site. I'm going to be joined by some of the top authors, educators and thought leaders afrom around the world:. Here’s just a partial list of some of the 2010 presenters:
Eric Dalton - The 42-Pound Head; Sandy Fritz - Documentation for Better Outcomes; Andrew Biel – Trail Guide to the Human Body; Til Luchau – Banishing Headaches; Dr. Kerry D’Ambrogio - Muscle Energy Technique; Mary Nelson - Founder of La Stone Therapy; Robert Schleip - International Fascial Congress Report; Laura Allen - Ethics in Massage Therapy; Doug Alexander - Nerve Mobilization; Thomas Myers - Anatomy Trains; Dr Leon Chaitow - Research in Massage and Bodywork; Natalie Celia - Bamboo Fusion; Dr Joe Muscolino - Assessment through Palpation; Bruce Baltz - Active Isolated Stretching; Cherie Sohnen-Moe - Women in Bodywork Busines; Ruth Werner - Women in Bodywork Business; Diana Thompson - Record Keeping for MTs; Whitney Lowe - Orthopedic Assessment; Michael Buck - Vedic Thai Yoga; Ben Benjamin – Treating Low Back Pain; and many, many more…
For complete information and to register go here now:
http://www.1shoppingcart.com/app/?af=1181329

One last thing, they are doing a draw for $1,000 in prizes: Massage equipment and supplies including a new massage table package. If you register soon, you may still be eligible.
I'll see you at the conference,
Joe Muscolino
PS Oh yes, one more thing... Feel free to forward this email to your friends and colleagues. This is something they should know about.
Comment by Joseph E. Muscolino on June 1, 2010 at 1:25pm
Hi Folks,

I will be presenting a webinar "Using Palpation as an Assessment Tool for Orthopedic Massage" at the World Massage Conference on Monday, June 7th, at 10:00 PM EST. Please join in. CE credit via the NCBTMB. There is a link to sign up at my website: www.learnmuscles.com.
I hope you can be there!
Joe Muscolino
Comment by Jeff Sims on May 9, 2010 at 7:51pm
I'd like to volunteer
Comment by Joseph E. Muscolino on May 8, 2010 at 7:50am
my timeline is probably 1-2 months. I actually need people to do the Muscular System Manual, 3ed. or the Muscle and Bone Palpation Book because the Kinesiology textbook will have a new edition out this Autumn, so it would make more sense to hold on that one until I have the new edition for people to do.
Comment by Celia Bucci on May 7, 2010 at 3:30pm
Joe,
what's your timeline? How many chapters?
 

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