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I am happy to announce that I will be returning to my massage therapy practice at Myo starting on Fr

Lupus Patients Go Into Remission in 'Spectacular' Immunotherapy Trial 09/19/2022

Lupus Patients Go Into Remission in 'Spectacular' Immunotherapy Trial

Very interesting and useful guide to how supplements can interact with each other and with medications.

Lupus Patients Go Into Remission in 'Spectacular' Immunotherapy Trial Five seriously ill lupus patients have seen their disease driven into remission after a single infusion of modified immune cells, in a small trial that borrows from cancer therapy to harness patients' own cells to treat the autoimmune condition.

01/28/2021

Attention all massage therapists who need CEU hours! I'm excited to announce that I'll be teaching Pharmacology for Massage Therapists through The Lauterstein-Conway Massage School this February 21 from 9 am to 5 pm.
This course is fully online and will help you understand how the drugs your clients are taking affect how their bodies respond to massage.
We will cover which medications pose red and yellow flags for massage therapy and how to modify your work to ensure your clients' safety. We will discuss how to research new drugs and how to apply the information you find to your practice.
Having a solid understanding of how medications affect massage therapy is an essential skill for any massage therapist. I hope you'll join me!
https://www.tlcmassageschool.com/.../pharmacology-for.../...

Bone, not adrenaline, drives fight or flight response 01/21/2021

Bone, not adrenaline, drives fight or flight response

Interesting. This gives new meaning to the phrase, "I feel it in my bones."

Bone, not adrenaline, drives fight or flight response When faced with a predator or sudden danger, the heart rate goes up, breathing becomes more rapid, and fuel in the form of glucose is pumped throughout the body to prepare an animal to fight or flee.

Massage & Bodywork - JANUARY | FEBRUARY 2021 12/17/2020

Massage & Bodywork - JANUARY | FEBRUARY 2021

Massage & Bodywork - JANUARY | FEBRUARY 2021

The function of the thymus and its impact on modern medicine 08/03/2020

The function of the thymus and its impact on modern medicine

The function of the thymus and its impact on modern medicine The function of the thymus was discovered by Jacques Miller in 1961 and laid a foundation for immunology and modern medicine. Until that time, researchers mistakenly believed the thymus merely represented a remnant of defunct lymph tissue, something of an immune cell graveyard. In a Review, Miller r...

04/11/2020

I had my first tele-massage session today and I can safely say that it is possible to offer detailed, easy to understand self care and self massage information in a virtual format! I also offer guided meditation, breathing exercises, and personalized yoga sessions for stress relief. If you feel that you could benefit from a tele-massage/wellness coaching session with me, you can sign up either through Myo (myoaustin.com), or schedule with me directly through Messenger. Because it is such a new service, I'm accepting payment on a donation basis. I hope you'll give it a try!

Intelligent Touch updated their business hours. 03/23/2020

Intelligent Touch updated their business hours.

Intelligent Touch updated their business hours.

Intelligent Touch updated their website address. 03/23/2020

Intelligent Touch updated their website address.

Intelligent Touch updated their website address.

Delicate Embroideries Feature Anatomically Accurate Lungs, Brain, and Facial Vessels 01/17/2020

Delicate Embroideries Feature Anatomically Accurate Lungs, Brain, and Facial Vessels

Delicate Embroideries Feature Anatomically Accurate Lungs, Brain, and Facial Vessels The key to a healthy heart is a diet full of fiber, and Emmi Khan is ensuring her heart—and lungs and brain—don't miss out. The Cardiff-based artist embroiders anatomically accurate organs and systems, from a multicolored double helix to a profile view of facial vessels. The artist often weaves ...

Science Confirms That the Vagus Nerve Is Key to Well-being 12/22/2019

Science Confirms That the Vagus Nerve Is Key to Well-being

Science Confirms That the Vagus Nerve Is Key to Well-being The mysterious nerve network that quiets pain and stress — and may defeat disease

The Tethering Effects of Scar Tissue 08/07/2019

The Tethering Effects of Scar Tissue

The Tethering Effects of Scar Tissue Scar Tissue has the ability to restrict and tether people, leaving both pain and degenerative joints in its wake.

Fascia as a Contractile Tissue 07/13/2019

Fascia as a Contractile Tissue

Fascia as a Contractile Tissue New research confirms what older research showed; that fascia is a contractile tissue. See why this is important to understand!

Superior Cluneal Nerve Entrapment Mimics Low Back Pain, Sciatica, Saroiliac Problems and Spinal Stenosis 05/20/2019

Superior Cluneal Nerve Entrapment Mimics Low Back Pain, Sciatica, Saroiliac Problems and Spinal Stenosis

Superior Cluneal Nerve Entrapment Mimics Low Back Pain, Sciatica, Saroiliac Problems and Spinal Stenosis Entrapment of the superior cluneal nerve in the thoracolumbar fascia can mimic several common problems with origins in the lower back, hip, and leg.

05/17/2019

Woohoo...what are your plans for adventure this weekend?

Fascia as an Endocrine / Neuroendocrine Organ 05/09/2019

Fascia as an Endocrine / Neuroendocrine Organ

Fascia as an Endocrine / Neuroendocrine Organ To understand why increasing numbers of doctors and scientists are touting fascia is the basis of pain and disease, you must understand it's neuroendocrine functions.

Gut Flora (The Microbiome) as an Endocrine Organ 04/29/2019

Gut Flora (The Microbiome) as an Endocrine Organ

Gut Flora (The Microbiome) as an Endocrine Organ See how the bugs living in your Gut are either helping or harming your Endocrine System and hormonal function.

04/04/2019
Is Fascia "Aware"? 03/09/2019

Is Fascia "Aware"?

Intriguing ideas!

Is Fascia "Aware"? Follow along on a short journey of quantum physics made simple as I review the recent study, Awareness of the Fascial System.

Videos of Diagnostic Ultrasounds of Normal Fascia and Adhesed Fascia Side by Side 02/18/2019

Videos of Diagnostic Ultrasounds of Normal Fascia and Adhesed Fascia Side by Side

Videos of Diagnostic Ultrasounds of Normal Fascia and Adhesed Fascia Side by Side If you've ever wanted to visualize how injured Fascia actually moves, these videos prove how problematic it really is.

The Fascia "Super Post" --- All 160+ of Our Scientific Articles on Fascia and Scar Tissue, Organized and in One Place 02/17/2019

The Fascia "Super Post" --- All 160+ of Our Scientific Articles on Fascia and Scar Tissue, Organized and in One Place

The Fascia "Super Post" --- All 160+ of Our Scientific Articles on Fascia and Scar Tissue, Organized and in One Place If you've been hoping to find a simple index of fascia articles and fascia research in one place (125+), here it is.

The Tethering Effects of Scar Tissue 02/16/2019

The Tethering Effects of Scar Tissue

The Tethering Effects of Scar Tissue Scar Tissue has the ability to restrict and tether people, leaving both pain and degenerative joints in its wake.

More Fascia Research: The Temporoparietal Fascia 02/12/2019

More Fascia Research: The Temporoparietal Fascia

More Fascia Research: The Temporoparietal Fascia The Temporoparietal Fascia runs from the skull to the collar bones, with numerous attachments points along the way.

The Sacroiliac Joint (SI): A Common Cause of Hip, Buttock, Back and Pelvis Pain 02/11/2019

The Sacroiliac Joint (SI): A Common Cause of Hip, Buttock, Back and Pelvis Pain

The Sacroiliac Joint (SI): A Common Cause of Hip, Buttock, Back and Pelvis Pain If you are curious about the pain you've been having in your hips, buttocks, or low back, this post is for you.

Fascia as an Endocrine / Neuroendocrine Organ 02/10/2019

Fascia as an Endocrine / Neuroendocrine Organ

Fascia as an Endocrine / Neuroendocrine Organ To understand why increasing numbers of doctors and scientists are touting fascia is the basis of pain and disease, you must understand it's neuroendocrine functions.

Restoring Injured Fascia's Proprioception 02/09/2019

Restoring Injured Fascia's Proprioception

Restoring Injured Fascia's Proprioception Because fascia is arguably the most important mechanoreceptive tissue in the body, it makes sense that we must address proprioception at its source.

12/15/2018

Watch these tissue engineered spinal discs mimic the real thing

Hoping this comes to pass sooner than later

A cartography of consciousness – researchers map where subjective feelings are located in the body 10/08/2018

A cartography of consciousness – researchers map where subjective feelings are located in the body

Finally, a definitive guide to body centered psychology from Western psychologists.

A cartography of consciousness – researchers map where subjective feelings are located in the body By Mo Costandi. The findings provide a striking demonstration of how the mind and body are intertwined.

Myofascial Trigger Points (Muscle Knots) 09/06/2018

Myofascial Trigger Points (Muscle Knots)

Myofascial Trigger Points (Muscle Knots) The four most common causes of a myofascial trigger point are: overuse of the muscle, chronic stretch, prolonged immobility, and trauma to the muscle…

06/09/2018

TECHNIQUE TUESDAY…. Treating coccyx & pelvic floor spasm

In a fully functioning body, the coccyx acts as a shock absorber by flexing forward during sitting. Along with the bilateral ischial tuberosities, they form a tripod of weight bearing that house pelvic floor muscles and ligaments.

Since the coccyx bears more weight when the seated person leans back, we often see coccydynia clients flex at the hips to shift more weight to the sitz-bones. They usually report the dull, aching pain as emanating from the gluteal cleft just superior of the a**s and sometimes stabbing pain when rising from prolonged sitting.

Physical examination through underwear or a sheet includes gentle palpation of the coccyx and surrounding connective tissues for tenderness. Note that hypertonus and protective guarding may be felt when palpating adjacent pelvic floor muscles such as the coccygeus and levator ani. Working together in a comfortable safe environment, we can identify specific movements that reduce a client’s coccydynia symptoms and help eliminate areas of bind.

Myoskeletal techniques such as those demonstrated in Images in this article may be helpful as a conservative treatment for sacrococcygeal dysfunction. Once alignment and mobility are restored to the pelvic bowl, the therapist uses ligaments as levers to decompress… Read more and watch the video here: https://goo.gl/WTt2PF

Videos of Diagnostic Ultrasounds of Normal Fascia and Adhesed Fascia Side by Side 06/01/2018

Videos of Diagnostic Ultrasounds of Normal Fascia and Adhesed Fascia Side by Side

Videos of Diagnostic Ultrasounds of Normal Fascia and Adhesed Fascia Side by Side If you've ever wanted to visualize how injured Fascia actually moves, these videos prove how problematic it really is.

This Breathing Exercise Can Alleviate Depression or Anxiety Almost Immediately 05/20/2018

This Breathing Exercise Can Alleviate Depression or Anxiety Almost Immediately

It's called Coherent Breathing: 6 second long inhales and 6 second long exhales. 15 to 20 minutes is the optimal length for practice, but any length of time will help.

This Breathing Exercise Can Alleviate Depression or Anxiety Almost Immediately And no one will be able to tell that you're doing it.

Simple Self-Test Helps Determine if Your Neck Pain Might be Due to Adhesed Fascia 05/09/2018

Simple Self-Test Helps Determine if Your Neck Pain Might be Due to Adhesed Fascia

Simple Self-Test Helps Determine if Your Neck Pain Might be Due to Adhesed Fascia If you are one of the tens of millions of Americans coping with chronic neck pain, be sure to try this DIY self test to see if your problem might be caused by soft tissue restriction.

Fascia Acts as a Second Nervous System 05/01/2018

Fascia Acts as a Second Nervous System

Fascia Acts as a Second Nervous System Research is showing that Fascia acts as its own Nervous System.

Restoring Injured Fascia's Proprioception 04/30/2018

Restoring Injured Fascia's Proprioception

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Restoring Injured Fascia's Proprioception Because fascia is arguably the most important mechanoreceptive tissue in the body, it makes sense that we must address proprioception at its source.

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