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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 Joseph E. Muscolino on December 6, 2009 at 11:10pm
If you go to my website (www.learnmuscles.com) and go to the books page, there is a link to the publisher. Otherwise, Amazon or Barnes and Noble would have it too. Make sure that you order the 3rd edition...
Comment by Choice Kinchen on December 6, 2009 at 9:04am
Joe, I do have the Palpation book and it is amazing. I don't have the Muscular System Manual. Where can I order it? I'll definitely put those dates on my calendar.
Comment by Joseph E. Muscolino on December 6, 2009 at 7:38am
Hi Choice,

I am very glad to hear this!
Actually, I am set to return to SLC the weekend of June 26th and 27th. As soon as the dates are definitely set, I will post them on my website. The workshop will be given through Steiner Educational Group.

BTW, have you seen my Palpation Book and the new 3rd edition of The Muscular System Manual?

I look forward to seeing you in SLC.
Comment by Choice Kinchen on December 5, 2009 at 11:59pm
Took one of your classes in Salt lake City 2 yrs (?) ago. It changed the way I look at massage now. I review something, anything, whether it's thru your flashcards or the book everyday. And when I do massage, I am going over actions of the muscles, assessments, different treatments available, etc....it's made me more in tune with what I'm doing. I need to take a few more of your classes. Coming back anytime soon?
 

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