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.
Our practice is portrayed as an alternative form of medical treatment – a challenger to conventional means. We have always been up against it: a case of massage therapy versus proven procedures. However, we have seen progress. We are now a legitimate alternative, or as I would prefer to say, we are a complementary service…
Often in times of stress, anxiety or ill-health our breathing patterns can change and become more irregular. We start to use shallow breathing patterns which do not utilise the full lung and breathing capacity, which can often leave us feeling breathless and tense. These breathing patterns can also lead to the build up of tension in the neck and shoulder muscles. This is a three part series and how to analyse your own breathing patterns and some basic exercise to start to improve it to achieve better breathing.
The phrase “muscle knot” is widely used. Most people understand what it is to have one, but recently I’ve noticed some misinformation flying about, and thought I should pose the question as to whether these “knots” are being understood and consequently treated correctly? Could the feeling of tightness and pain we associate with muscle not…
Thoracic mobility is really important for every day function, spine health, posture and good breathing. Try these simple seated rotation and extension exercises
I am constantly encouraged by the depth of thanks and appreciation that
MSTRR students and practitioners have for this work. I receive daily
expressions of gratitude for the life-changing effects that MSTRR often
has upon their patients.
If you were to observe a world class sprinter’s jaw in slow motion, you would notice how relaxed it is while running. The fluidity of movement in the upper body, especially the shoulders and arms enable the force of the lower limbs and torso to take over and ultimately produce better form as tension is…
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