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Body Mechanics, Proportional Distribution of Effort, and the Massage Therapist

By Ann Harman Isn’t it interesting how, when someone has an area of complaint, sometimes it is an area where there is too much movement (“overworked”) and sometimes too little movement (“stuck”)? And also, how people who need hip or … Continue reading

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Osteoporosis: An Innovative Approach

  According to the National Institute of Health, 40 million Americans either have osteoporosis or are at high risk due to low bone density.  Osteoporosis is responsible for more than 1.5 million fractures annually, including: 300,000 hip fractures 700,000 vertebral … Continue reading

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Movement and Posture: A Different Perspective

Have you ever worked with people who felt better on the table, but their problems began to recur as soon as they got off the table?  Have you wondered if there is something else you could do? About twenty years … Continue reading

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