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"I read an article recently from a link posted on facebook about plantar fasciitis. The author of the article said plantar fasciitis is largely misunderstood. First, it was thought to be a shortening of the plantar fascia, then inflammation where the…"
"The muscle tissue in the neck can be extremely tender and hypertonic. One of the main reasons for this is immobility or misalignment of the cervical vertebrae. Releasing the cervical ligaments unlocks the vertebrae, allowing more movement and a…"
"I had an interesting incident at my chiropractor's office this week. My chiropractor likes to use electrostimulation before each adjustment. While I was prone on a table with my head turned to the side and electrostim pads on my mid…"
"Hi, I wanted to let you know of an upcoming class I will be teaching at Cortiva Boston. Foundations in Myofascial Release Seminars are a more science-based approach to this effective modality. There is a very high degree of one-on-one instruction…"
"Can't wait to go to Winter Park, FL the beginning of April! It is so cold here in Colorado, I am looking forward to teaching this course just for a change in weather! We had such amazing things happen in the last hip, lower back,…"
"Full Circle has put 3 new video clips of Spontaneous Muscle Release Technique on youtube. All of these clips are taken from our NCBTMB approved continuing education videos. Check out the following link for a gluteus maximus release -…"
"2 live seminars in Seattle, WA: SMRT: Thigh & Knee, May 9th and 10th, and SMRT: Lower Leg & Foot, May 10th & 11th. Each course is NCBTMB approved for 12 CE hours. In the Thigh & Knee course, you will learn to…"