This can be hard in a world where most of our needs are met in an instance, or the next day. Take away food that is delivered to our door, clothing books, you name it, it can get to us super quick. We have this vast range of Tv that is at our finger’s tips….
Surgical interventions around the world continue to rise. The resulting scars never go away. They are an ever present reminder of the day of that surgery. Scars also arise from accidents, wounds from wars and conflicts, personal attacks and many other traumas. Effective treatment of scar tissue is, for a big percentage of the population,…
Recently the BIG XI conference in Belgium has taken place and I was fortunate enough to be one of the invited guests and as it was an invite only conference, I hope to be able to pass on information to many of you as to what biotensegrity is and the importance of it for our…
Now you have learnt how to use deep breathing techniques, it is also important to know you need mobility in the upper back and muscle around the rib cage to allow the breath to move freely
The professional associations that make up the GCMT represent a diverse group of massage therapists. The results of a recent survey sent to counsel members acknowledged, regardless of the form of massage being delivered, the interconnectedness of physical, psychological and emotional aspects of human beings.
You might have watched a climber navigate their way around a vertical wall, or over pendulous boulder and wondered how they manage to make it look so easy. Brooke Raboutou has broken world records on the leading bouldering and sports climbs competitions, utilising her physical skill and mental determination at just eleven years old. Another young female…
Following on from the first video, this part explores more deep breathing techniques. Remember you need to be able to breathe into the belly and lower rib cage for deep breathing exercise to be effective. Otherwise this can exaggerate your shallow breathing patterns and cause more harm than good. So master step one first.
The Fibularis comprise a group of 3 muscles that form the lateral compartment of the lower leg. They include Fibularis Longus, Brevis and Tertius and can be palpated directly over the fibula on the lateral aspect from just inferior to the head of fibula towards the lateral malleolus.
This research paper provides recommendations, based on a reflective analysis, concerning the prescription of safe, effective, and appropriate fascia-focused physical activity, and manual therapy interventions, for patients recovering from COVID-19.
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