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(Part 3/3) Dr. Bob DuVall demonstrates Therapeutic Activity or ADL on the Oakworks PT300

Dr. Robert DuVall of SportsMedicine of Atlanta www.sportsmedicineofatlanta.com demonstrates a practice philosophy that includes 3 components on the Oakworks PT300. http (Part 1): Restoring Joint Mobility the manipulation of the joint above and below the joint that’s hyper mobile. (Part 2) Neuromuscular re-education — resetting the spindle (Part 3) Therapeutic Activitiy or the ADL: putting the new motion and the new control of motion into function

Westerville Massage Therapy, Physical Therapist, DRS Protocol, Carpal Tunnel, Neck Pain

chirocolumbus.com Dr.Ronald Farabaugh specializes in the safe, noninvasive and painless treatment of herniated or degenerative discs, spinal stenosis, facet syndrome, sciatic pain, numbness & tingling in the arms or legs, failed back surgery, and low back pain and neck pain of any kind with the DRS Protocol™. The DRS Protocol™ is a complete and customized program which implements the most progressive treatment procedures including spinal/axial decompression. Dr. Farabaugh has successfully treated patients suffering from chronic and severe disc conditions, and works inter-professionally with the medical community. Many doctors refer their patients, including their senior patients, for DRS Protocol™ , as it is a successful and safe procedure, rather than have them face invasive alternatives and a lifetime of addictive medications. Call the Farabaugh Chiropractic Office of Columbus, Ohio today to discuss your own personal condition. Let us help you get on the road to recovery. Call us today at (614) 898-0787.

Gluteus Maximus versus hamstring strength test

John Gibbons BSc Osteopath demonstates how to differentiate between the Gmax and hamstrings. For more information about Physical therapy courses then look at www.peaksport.co.uk

Dr. Bob DuVall demonstrates techniques using the Oakworks Stabilization Straps

Dr. Robert DuVall of SportsMedicine of Atlanta www.sportsmedicineofatlanta.com demonstrates some useful tips when using the Oakworks Stabilization Straps. www.oakworks.com

Gateway Sports Medicine & Clackamas-Milwaukie Injury Rehabilitation Video Tour

A look at our services including Physical Therapy, Chiropractic Care, Therapeutic Massage, and Acupuncture. We have two locations to serve you in the Portland Metro Area: Gateway and Clackamas-Milwaukie.

Physical Therapist in Dubai | Sports Medicine Center Dubai

physicaltherapy.neardubailocalarea.com Orthopedic Specialist and Surgeons Dubai. Treatment of all muscle, bone and joint injuries- including neck and back disorders with state-of-the-art orthopedic physical therapy center in Dubai. Follow us on Twitter – www.twitter.com Like us on Facebook – www.facebook.com Subscribe to our You Tube Channel – www.youtube.com

Osteopathic manipulation of C7/T1 -CD Junction

John Gibbons BSc Osteopath demonstrates a HVT technique to the C7/T1. This particular technique can alleviate Ulna nerve symptoms and improve end range of the rotation of the Cervical spine. Information on therapy courses look on www.peaksport.co.uk

Sports Injury; Sports Medicine, Chiropractic – East Columbus, Eastland

www.chiroohio.com Dr.Carroll is a Chiropractor in the East Columbus area serving patients with back pain, neck pain, shoulder injuries, migraines, spinal misalignment and sports injuries. Patients come from Reynoldsburg, Pickerington, Whitehall and the Eastland area of Columbus. Dr. Carroll has been in practice for the past six years, spending 3 of those years practicing in Costa Rica before making Columbus his home town. Dr. Carroll specializes in work-related injuries. He prides himself on the ability to get injured workers back to a state of wellness in as little time as possible. Dr. Carroll is a member of The American Chiropractic Association, the International Chiropractic Association, and the Ohio State Chiropractic Association. Dr. Carroll lives with his wife Maria in Grove City, Ohio. Greg enjoys spending time with his family, playing sports, and traveling. For natural non-surgical relief from your pain call 614-755-7700 today!

Worthington Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Massage Therapy

chirocolumbus.com Dr.Ronald Farabaugh specializes in the safe, noninvasive and painless treatment of herniated or degenerative discs, spinal stenosis, facet syndrome, sciatic pain, numbness & tingling in the arms or legs, failed back surgery, and low back pain and neck pain of any kind with the DRS Protocol™. The DRS Protocol™ is a complete and customized program which implements the most progressive treatment procedures including spinal/axial decompression. Dr. Farabaugh has successfully treated patients suffering from chronic and severe disc conditions, and works inter-professionally with the medical community. Many doctors refer their patients, including their senior patients, for DRS Protocol™ , as it is a successful and safe procedure, rather than have them face invasive alternatives and a lifetime of addictive medications. Call the Farabaugh Chiropractic Office of Columbus, Ohio today to discuss your own personal condition. Let us help you get on the road to recovery. Call us today at (614) 898-0787.

Chiropractor Gahanna – Chiropractic Care- Back Pain, Neck Pain, Shoulder Injury – Sports Medicine

ChiroOhio.com Columbus Chiropractor – Dr. Chris Stevenson of Gahanna Family Chiropractic helps patients with non-surgical pain relief. He and his staff specialize in chiropractic, physical therapy, therapeutic massage, occupational rehabilitation, decompression therapy and nutritional counseling. He serves patients in Columbus, Gahanna, Westerville, New Albany and surrounding Central Ohio communities. Call 614-471-2225 today to make an appointment!

Mid-thoracic assessment and manipulation

John Gibbons BSc Osteopath demonstartes an assessment then a manipulation of the mid thoracic spine. More information about physical therapy courses look at www.peaksport.co.uk

New Albany Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Massage Therapy

chirocolumbus.com Dr.Ronald Farabaugh specializes in the safe, noninvasive and painless treatment of herniated or degenerative discs, spinal stenosis, facet syndrome, sciatic pain, numbness & tingling in the arms or legs, failed back surgery, and low back pain and neck pain of any kind with the DRS Protocol™. The DRS Protocol™ is a complete and customized program which implements the most progressive treatment procedures including spinal/axial decompression. Dr. Farabaugh has successfully treated patients suffering from chronic and severe disc conditions, and works inter-professionally with the medical community. Many doctors refer their patients, including their senior patients, for DRS Protocol™ , as it is a successful and safe procedure, rather than have them face invasive alternatives and a lifetime of addictive medications. Call the Farabaugh Chiropractic Office of Columbus, Ohio today to discuss your own personal condition. Let us help you get on the road to recovery. Call us today at (614) 898-0787.

Keynote by Ben Benjamin Ph.D for the “Alliance for Massage Therapy Education” 2011 Conference

afmte.org http massagenerd.com Dr. Ben E. Benjamin has dedicated his life to helping people cope with and overcome the pain and stress caused by injury to the body. His therapeutic techniques help reduce and eliminate pain produced by adhesive scar tissue formed from soft tissue injury. In sports medicine therapy private practice since 1963, Dr. Benjamin is the founder of the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, MA. As an educator and author, he has conducted seminars and workshops across the country, served as an instructor and trainer in a variety of settings, and written several books and countless articles. His books include: Listen to Your Pain: The Active Person’s Guide to Understanding, Identifying, and Treating Pain and Injury; Are You Tense?: The Benjamin System of Muscular Therapy; and Exercise Without Injury. His professional training and education spans more than three decades. He earned a Ph.D. in Sports Medicine and Education at Union Graduate School; a Bachelor of Professional Sciences at Empire State College; and studied assessment techniques in Orthopedic Medicine with the well-known British Physician, James Cyriax, MD Dr. Benjamin continues with his mission to offer his innovative therapy techniques to help enhance the quality of life for as many people as possible – to help people not simply manage their pain, but to be freed from it.

Westerville Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Massage Therapy

chirocolumbus.com Dr. Ronald Farabaugh specializes in the safe, noninvasive and painless treatment of herniated or degenerative discs, spinal stenosis, facet syndrome, sciatic pain, numbness & tingling in the arms or legs, failed back surgery, and low back pain and neck pain of any kind with the DRS Protocol™. The DRS Protocol™ is a complete and customized program which implements the most progressive treatment procedures including spinal/axial decompression. Dr. Farabaugh has successfully treated patients suffering from chronic and severe disc conditions, and works inter-professionally with the medical community. Many doctors refer their patients, including their senior patients, for DRS Protocol™ , as it is a successful and safe procedure, rather than have them face invasive alternatives and a lifetime of addictive medications. Call the Farabaugh Chiropractic Office of Columbus, Ohio today to discuss your own personal condition. Let us help you get on the road to recovery. Call us today at (614) 898-0787.

Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy, Massage Therapy – Westerville, Worthington, New Albany

chirocolumbus.com Dr. Ronald Farabaugh specializes in the safe, noninvasive and painless treatment of herniated or degenerative discs, spinal stenosis, facet syndrome, sciatic pain, numbness & tingling in the arms or legs, failed back surgery, and low back pain and neck pain of any kind with the DRS Protocol™. The DRS Protocol™ is a complete and customized program which implements the most progressive treatment procedures including spinal/axial decompression. Dr. Farabaugh has successfully treated patients suffering from chronic and severe disc conditions, and works inter-professionally with the medical community. Many doctors refer their patients, including their senior patients, for DRS Protocol™ , as it is a successful and safe procedure, rather than have them face invasive alternatives and a lifetime of addictive medications. Call the Farabaugh Chiropractic Office of Columbus, Ohio today to discuss your own personal condition. Let us help you get on the road to recovery. Call us today at (614) 898-0787.

Modified Thomas test for Psoas, Rectus Femoris and adductors

John Gibbons BSc Oteopath is demonstrating the modified thomas test for the length of the Psoas, Rectus femoris, adductors and ITB. Also a treatment of these tight tissues is also demonstrated. More information look at www.peaksport.co.uk

Shoulder Injuries (Part 2)

About the Video: Shoulder injuries are among the most common types of sports-related injuries. These injuries include, among others, tendonitis and rotator cuff tears. In this two-part interview with Dr. James Dreese, viewers can learn about the variety of treatment options available for these injuries. Specific topics covered in part two of this two-part interview include: Treatments for rotator cuff tears Cortisone injections Surgery Arthroscopic surgery Recovery including physical therapy Shoulder dislocation Stretching to prevent injuries About the Expert: Dr. James Dreese is a sports medicine specialist at the University of Maryland Medical Center and University of Maryland Orthopaedics at Kernan Hospital. He is also an assistant professor of orthopaedics at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Related Links: Dr. James Dreese www.umm.edu Shoulder Injuries (Part 1) www.youtube.com UMMC Division of Sports Medicine www.umm.edu Shoulder and Elbow Program www.umm.edu Video: Patient Success Story www.umm.edu Distributed by Tubemogul.

Iliosacral Upslip correction using Mobilisation and Manipulation techniques

John Gibbons BSc Osteopath demonstrates a mobilisation and a manipulative technique to correct a right sided Inominate upslip. This was part of the Advanced therapy Course at the University of Oxford. More information on www.peaksport.co.uk

(Part 2/3) Dr. Bob DuVall demonstrates Neuromuscular Re-education on the Oakworks PT300

Dr. Robert DuVall of SportsMedicine of Atlanta www.sportsmedicineofatlanta.com demonstrates a practice philosophy that includes 3 components on the Oakworks PT300. http (Part 1): Restoring Joint Mobility the manipulation of the joint above and below the joint that’s hyper mobile. (Part 2) Neuromuscular re-education — resetting the spindle (Part 3) Therapeutic Activitiy or the ADL: putting the new motion and the new control of motion into function

Sami Karam, Parramatta Sports Medicine Clinic, Osteopath Parramatta, Natural Therapy Pages

For more info please visit www.ntpages.com.au or call 02 9890 5844. Sami Karam is a member of the Australian Osteopathic Association (AOA) and works at the Parramatta Sports Medicine Clinic. The clinic strives to achieve long term solutions to injuries. These injuries range from severe sporting injuries and traumas, to everyday common problems, aches and pains. Whether you are an elite sports person, or just trying to stay active through life, the staff at the clinic will help you achieve the results you seek. The focus of the treatments at the clinic is Osteopathy. The treatments are safe, effective and aimed at looking at the cause of the injury. Whilst the initial aim will be trying to reduce pain, our final goal is to achieve long term rehabilitation from injury.

Tennis Elbow Trigger Point Massage Therapy for relief of Muscle Pain, with Epsom Salts and Exercises

Dr. Ross, DC, BECO specializes in Sports Medicine and gives you a self-help home treatment program for Tennis Elbow using natural Trigger Point Massage Therapy for elbow pain, forearm and hand pain by releasing the Pain in the muscles followed by an Epsom Salt wrap and therapeutic exercises.

Anatomotor Roller Massage Traction Table Part 2

This video shows how to use the Hill Laboratories Anatomotor. The Anatomotor is a multi-purpose physical therapy and chiropractic table used primarily for roller massage relaxation, manipulation, physical therapy, lumbar traction, buck’s traction and cervical traction. The Anatomotor has been a trusted leader among traction-massage treatment tables for nearly 60 years. Amazingly versatile, the Anatomotor is designed for soft-tissue massage, intermittent and constant traction, heat and vibration. The Anatomotor has a moving top on which the patient glides back and forth just under the normal respiration rate. Two sets of adjustable-height massage rollers straddle the spine and rhythmically loosen taut muscles. This deep-kneading massage effectively prepares the patient for traction which actually separates the spinal vertebrae. With the Hill Traction Control Unit, traction is created as the gliding top pulls against the controlled resistance of the traction unit. Traction force is regulated between 0 and 200 pounds and can be applied in several different forms from cervical (with the Hill Cervical Device / no pressure on the chin) to full lumbar-sacral traction using the traction harnesses. Therapists may treat with constant or intermittent traction. The Anatomotor is also ideal for applying passive range of motion to arms, shoulders and legs. Available with optional heat, vibration and unique leg rollers which massage the calves and thighs to relax muscles and increase

Anatomotor Roller Massage Traction Table Part 1

This video shows how to use the Hill Laboratories Anatomotor. The Anatomotor is a multi-purpose table used primarily for roller massage relaxation, manipulation, physical therapy, lumbar traction, buck’s traction and cervical traction. The Anatomotor has been a trusted leader among traction-massage treatment tables for nearly 60 years. Amazingly versatile, the Anatomotor is designed for soft-tissue massage, intermittent and constant traction, heat and vibration. The Anatomotor has a moving top on which the patient glides back and forth just under the normal respiration rate. Two sets of adjustable-height massage rollers straddle the spine and rhythmically loosen taut muscles. This deep-kneading massage effectively prepares the patient for traction which actually separates the spinal vertebrae. With the Hill Traction Control Unit, traction is created as the gliding top pulls against the controlled resistance of the traction unit. Traction force is regulated between 0 and 200 pounds and can be applied in several different forms from cervical (with the Hill Cervical Device / no pressure on the chin) to full lumbar-sacral traction using the traction harnesses. Therapists may treat with constant or intermittent traction. The Anatomotor is also ideal for applying passive range of motion to arms, shoulders and legs. Available with optional heat, vibration and unique leg rollers which massage the calves and thighs to relax muscles and increase circulation.

Massage Therapy – Sports Massage Part 1

Learn Massage in hawaii at www.alohamassageschool.com in Maui, Hawaii Massage has become an integral part of the new athletic regimen from sports medicine clinics, to college training rooms, to professional locker rooms to Olympic training. Growing number of trainers believe that massage can provide an extra edge to the athletes who participate in high performance sports. Massage has become a necessary ingredient for a complete workout. More and more people are realizing that a complete workout routine includes not only the exercise itself, but also caring for the wear-and-tear and minor injuries that naturally occur with strenuous movement. The physiological and psychological benefits of massage make it an ideal complement to a total conditioning program. Anyone who routinely stretches their physical limits through movement such as running, cycling, hiking, swimming, dancing, tennis and other racquet sports, strength training and aerobics can benefit from a massage. There are others who does strenuous activities in a day that is not normally classified as exercise. Examples are mothers with small children, gardeners, and others who use their bodies strenuously in their work. Incorporating massage in your conditioning program has many benefits. It helps you get into good shape faster, and with less stiffness and soreness. It helps you recover faster from heavy workouts, and relieves conditions which may cause injury. http

Intertransverse Ligament Friction Massage Techniques with Dr. Ben Benjamin

www.BenBenjamin.com Edited by www.MassageNerd.com Dr. Ben E. Benjamin has dedicated his life to helping people cope with and overcome the pain and stress caused by injury to the body. His therapeutic techniques help reduce and eliminate pain produced by adhesive scar tissue formed from soft tissue injury. In sports medicine therapy private practice since 1963, Dr. Benjamin is the founder of the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, MA. As an educator and author, he has conducted seminars and workshops across the country, served as an instructor and trainer in a variety of settings, and written several books and countless articles. His books include: Listen to Your Pain: The Active Person’s Guide to Understanding, Identifying, and Treating Pain and Injury; Are You Tense?: The Benjamin System of Muscular Therapy; and Exercise Without Injury. His professional training and education spans more than three decades. He earned a Ph.D. in Sports Medicine and Education at Union Graduate School; a Bachelor of Professional Sciences at Empire State College; and studied assessment techniques in Orthopedic Medicine with the well-known British Physician, James Cyriax, MD Dr. Benjamin continues with his mission to offer his innovative therapy techniques to help enhance the quality of life for as many people as possible – to help people not simply manage their pain, but to be freed from it.

Supraspinous Ligament Friction Massage Techniques with Dr. Ben Benjamin

www.BenBenjamin.com Edited by www.MassageNerd.com Dr. Ben E. Benjamin has dedicated his life to helping people cope with and overcome the pain and stress caused by injury to the body. His therapeutic techniques help reduce and eliminate pain produced by adhesive scar tissue formed from soft tissue injury. In sports medicine therapy private practice since 1963, Dr. Benjamin is the founder of the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, MA. As an educator and author, he has conducted seminars and workshops across the country, served as an instructor and trainer in a variety of settings, and written several books and countless articles. His books include: Listen to Your Pain: The Active Person’s Guide to Understanding, Identifying, and Treating Pain and Injury; Are You Tense?: The Benjamin System of Muscular Therapy; and Exercise Without Injury. His professional training and education spans more than three decades. He earned a Ph.D. in Sports Medicine and Education at Union Graduate School; a Bachelor of Professional Sciences at Empire State College; and studied assessment techniques in Orthopedic Medicine with the well-known British Physician, James Cyriax, MD Dr. Benjamin continues with his mission to offer his innovative therapy techniques to help enhance the quality of life for as many people as possible – to help people not simply manage their pain, but to be freed from it.

Supraspinous Fascial Separation Massage Techniques with Dr. Ben Benjamin

www.BenBenjamin.com Edited by www.MassageNerd.com Dr. Ben E. Benjamin has dedicated his life to helping people cope with and overcome the pain and stress caused by injury to the body. His therapeutic techniques help reduce and eliminate pain produced by adhesive scar tissue formed from soft tissue injury. In sports medicine therapy private practice since 1963, Dr. Benjamin is the founder of the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, MA. As an educator and author, he has conducted seminars and workshops across the country, served as an instructor and trainer in a variety of settings, and written several books and countless articles. His books include: Listen to Your Pain: The Active Person’s Guide to Understanding, Identifying, and Treating Pain and Injury; Are You Tense?: The Benjamin System of Muscular Therapy; and Exercise Without Injury. His professional training and education spans more than three decades. He earned a Ph.D. in Sports Medicine and Education at Union Graduate School; a Bachelor of Professional Sciences at Empire State College; and studied assessment techniques in Orthopedic Medicine with the well-known British Physician, James Cyriax, MD Dr. Benjamin continues with his mission to offer his innovative therapy techniques to help enhance the quality of life for as many people as possible – to help people not simply manage their pain, but to be freed from it.

Neck Massage…Minus the Oil with Dr. Ben Benjamin

www.BenBenjamin.com Edited by www.MassageNerd.com Dr. Ben E. Benjamin has dedicated his life to helping people cope with and overcome the pain and stress caused by injury to the body. His therapeutic techniques help reduce and eliminate pain produced by adhesive scar tissue formed from soft tissue injury. In sports medicine therapy private practice since 1963, Dr. Benjamin is the founder of the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, MA. As an educator and author, he has conducted seminars and workshops across the country, served as an instructor and trainer in a variety of settings, and written several books and countless articles. His books include: Listen to Your Pain: The Active Person’s Guide to Understanding, Identifying, and Treating Pain and Injury; Are You Tense?: The Benjamin System of Muscular Therapy; and Exercise Without Injury. His professional training and education spans more than three decades. He earned a Ph.D. in Sports Medicine and Education at Union Graduate School; a Bachelor of Professional Sciences at Empire State College; and studied assessment techniques in Orthopedic Medicine with the well-known British Physician, James Cyriax, MD Dr. Benjamin continues with his mission to offer his innovative therapy techniques to help enhance the quality of life for as many people as possible – to help people not simply manage their pain, but to be freed from it.

Happy Employee – Physical Therapy, Aquatic, Massage Therapy 979-676-4800 College Station, Texas A&M

www.PPIMTherapy.com Peak Performance in Motion is an outpatient physical, aquatic, and massage therapy center serving the Bryan Station and surrounding areas in Texas. Peak Performance in Motion also provides sports medicine for high school and college athletes who have undergone sports injuries…

Psoas Massage Techniques and More with Dr. Ben Benjamin

www.BenBenjamin.com Edited by www.MassageNerd.com Dr. Ben E. Benjamin has dedicated his life to helping people cope with and overcome the pain and stress caused by injury to the body. His therapeutic techniques help reduce and eliminate pain produced by adhesive scar tissue formed from soft tissue injury. In sports medicine therapy private practice since 1963, Dr. Benjamin is the founder of the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, MA. As an educator and author, he has conducted seminars and workshops across the country, served as an instructor and trainer in a variety of settings, and written several books and countless articles. His books include: Listen to Your Pain: The Active Person’s Guide to Understanding, Identifying, and Treating Pain and Injury; Are You Tense?: The Benjamin System of Muscular Therapy; and Exercise Without Injury. His professional training and education spans more than three decades. He earned a Ph.D. in Sports Medicine and Education at Union Graduate School; a Bachelor of Professional Sciences at Empire State College; and studied assessment techniques in Orthopedic Medicine with the well-known British Physician, James Cyriax, MD Dr. Benjamin continues with his mission to offer his innovative therapy techniques to help enhance the quality of life for as many people as possible – to help people not simply manage their pain, but to be freed from it.

Low Back Massage Techniques with Dr. Ben Benjamin

www.BenBenjamin.com Edited by www.MassageNerd.com Dr. Ben E. Benjamin has dedicated his life to helping people cope with and overcome the pain and stress caused by injury to the body. His therapeutic techniques help reduce and eliminate pain produced by adhesive scar tissue formed from soft tissue injury. In sports medicine therapy private practice since 1963, Dr. Benjamin is the founder of the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, MA. As an educator and author, he has conducted seminars and workshops across the country, served as an instructor and trainer in a variety of settings, and written several books and countless articles. His books include: Listen to Your Pain: The Active Person’s Guide to Understanding, Identifying, and Treating Pain and Injury; Are You Tense?: The Benjamin System of Muscular Therapy; and Exercise Without Injury. His professional training and education spans more than three decades. He earned a Ph.D. in Sports Medicine and Education at Union Graduate School; a Bachelor of Professional Sciences at Empire State College; and studied assessment techniques in Orthopedic Medicine with the well-known British Physician, James Cyriax, MD Dr. Benjamin continues with his mission to offer his innovative therapy techniques to help enhance the quality of life for as many people as possible – to help people not simply manage their pain, but to be freed from it.

Sports Massage Training Certification- Honolulu Hawaii 2011

www.stretchingusa.com Aloha. Join Aaron Mattes for his Hawaii Training January 20-23, 2011 Honolulu, Hawaii AIS THE MATTES METHOD TheMattes Method centers on physiological principals of specific muscle lengthening increased circulation and oxygen to the tissues, lengthening of superficial and deep fascia. The seminar involves exact details of how to safely lengthen muscles and fascia while simultaneously maintaining a physiologically based agonist-antagonist relationship. The seminar is 30% lectures, 70% hands-on work. Detailed approaches to each muscle surrounding a joint, various indications and contraindications related to muscular skeletal problems. Some of the various problems that are addressed are carpal tunnel, thoracic outlet, tendinitis, arthritis; fibromyalgia, back problems, neuropathy and various sports medicine considerations are discussed and demonstrated. Active Isolated Stretching is the primary reason for a lengthened athletic career. -Art Monk, Retired Pro Football Player Washington Redskins 4 Days – taught by Aaron Mattes 16 hrs Upper body – AIS Stretching & Strengthening, for each selected area 16 hrs Lower body – AIS Stretching & Strengthening, for each selected area If you are a chiropractor, doctor, nurse, physical therapist, coach, personal trainer, massage therapist or athletic trainer, this symposium is for you! What will you learn? •Innovative ways to decrease trigger points. •Safely and effectively increase range of motion. •Strengthening

Physical, Aquatic, Massage, Sports Therapy, Bryan/College Station TX

www.PPIMTherapy.com Peak Performance in Motion is an outpatient physical, aquatic, and massage therapy center serving the Bryan Station and surrounding areas in Texas. Peak Performance in Motion also provides sports medicine for high school and college athletes who have undergone sports injuries from playing football, basketball, soccer and other sports. We provide accident and injury rehabilitation to provide pain relief and physical improvement. Our Aquatic Therapy is done in a heated and climate controlled pool. Peak Performance in Motion strives to provide the highest quality standard of Physical Therapy services, working in a close relationship with all staff and physicians for the most comprehensive, personal and effective patient care possible. Peak Performance in Motion is committed to the highest level of excellence, innovation, integrity and ethics. maps.google.com Headaches, back & neck pain, chronic pain, muscle sprains, ligament sprains, fractures, muscle tightness, recovery following strokes, imbalance & gait issues, general weakness, recovery following joint replacement surgery, therapy following surgery, work injuries, motor vehicle accidents, myofascial release, manual therapy techniques Areas Served: Anderson, Bedias, Benchley, Bremond, Brenham, Bryan, Burton, Carlos, Cawthon, Cooks Point, Caldwell, Calvert, Cawthorn, Chappell Hill, Chriesman, Clay, College Station, Cottonwood, Courtney, Cross, Deanville, Easterly, Edge, Franklin, Gause, Gay Hill, George

Foam roller – Travel Roller Introduction By Arysta Bogner – improve mobility

Arysta Bogner Bkin. Introduces the Travel Roller foam roller massage tool and gives a sneak peak of the advanced instructional DVD “This Is How We Roll”. The travel roller can be used for back pain relief, pain relief, massage therapy, and sports therapy … “SMR tension therapy” “massage therapy” “sports medicine” “sports massage” “foam roller” “improve mobility”

A Cure for Tennis Elbow? « Healthhabits

That is, up until researchers (Timothy Tyler, Stephen Nicholas, Gregory Thomas & Malachy McHugh) from the Nicholas Institute of Sports Medicine and Athletic Trauma/Pro Sports Physical Therapy created a brand spanking new wrist extensor exercise that … Both groups received wrist-extensor muscle stretching, ultrasound, massage , heat and ice for treatment

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Pennsylvania Massage Therapy Schools – a Kick Start for a New Career

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Massage therapy has been around us for quite a long time.

However, massage therapy has gained great popularity through the recent years.

Though there are hundreds of massage therapy schools all over the world, when it comes to quality training, the Pennsylvania Massage Therapy Schools are the ones to look for.

Not only because of the well experienced staff, but also because the campuses offer great career assistance too.

There are lots of career opportunities for massage therapists in Multidisciplinary clinics, Spas and holistic centers, Doctors’ or chiropractors’ offices, Rehabilitation centers, Nursing homes or hospitals, Health clubs or fitness facilities and Sports teams or sports medicine clinics.

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