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The Scapulo-Thoracic Joint

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  Last week I reviewed general functional anatomy concepts of the shoulder and reviewed a myofascial release technique for the shoulder girdle.  This week I want to discuss another amazingly effective technique for improving function of the shoulder girdle.  This technique focuses on the myofascial…

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The Shoulder

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I taught over Columbus Day Weekend at a reunion conference at UNECOM and covered the shoulder. So, here are the highlights of my presentation.  First of all the shoulder is the most mobile joint of the body with a very shallow glenohumeral joint that is…

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The Vertical Auto Profile

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Last week I introduced the concept that the present lipid panel is outdated and that the vertical auto profile (VAP) test is much more specific and a better estimate of a person’s cardiovascular risk. This week I will present a couple cases to illustrate how…

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The Body’s Diaphragms

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Ligamentous Articular Strain: Osteopathic Manipulative Techniques for the Body, Conrad A. Speece, DO; William Thomas Crow, DO; Steven L. Simmons, DO; 2001; Eastland Press. Some of the participants in the Dallas Osteopathic Study Group, that started thirty years ago and was originally under the tutelage…

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