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My goal is to provide the very best service to my clients. Part of what I do requires me to provide information to my clients and one of the best ways to do that is through short videos.
I have updated my YouTube channel and included playlists on various subjects. Those include "Muscle and Connective Tissue", "Anatomy and Physiology", "Immune System and Manual Lymph Drainage", and
most importantly "Stretching and Nerve Flossing". I plan to start creating my own videos on "Stretching and Nerve Flossing" to add to the playlist. Look for a video to be highlighted in each eNews
This time the video on Trigger Point Dysfunction is highlighted. It explains how a "trigger point" is formed and how it may need intervention to be "released". I would like to point out that it
creates artificial shortening of a muscle fiber and causes the muscle to activate and contract against any lengthening of the tissue. Through orthopedic testing, I can find and release these
I encourage you to become more informed and follow my YouTube channel with this link: Body Mechanics YouTube Channel