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A Promise is a Promise

Alright, so I promised I would give an update on what all happened with that weird ER visit I alluded to in my last post. Since that happened two weeks or so ago, the world feels topsy-turvy. 506 more words


Scap Wall Slides for Throwing Athletes

Scap wall slides are great for the overhead athlete to activate the serratus anterior, a big time muscle for the overhead / throwing athlete. The serratus is an overlooked muscle in the grand scheme of shoulder function, but it might be on the of the most important for throwing athletes.  66 more words


The Pain Dilemma In Stroke Recovery

Stroke recovery can be very focused on restoring movement, but stroke can have major impact on sensory systems. One of the most difficult to understand and manage sensory impacts is pain. 1,524 more words

Stroke Therapy

Throat Chakra aka Vishuddha: Body Anatomy

Collar bone got stuck to the neck turning the scapula IN.

It was the fifth chakra, the blocked throat chakra called Vishuddha in Sanskrit; its body anatomy ready to dissolve itself by easing the stiff neck through relaxing the habitually contracted pectoralis major keeping the neck stiff in a debilitating manner. 305 more words