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Posts tagged "Fascia"

  • Podcast: Models, Muscles, and Mechanisms

    Podcast: Models, Muscles, and Mechanisms

    | Jill Branch |

    Levers and pulleys, muscles and bones. Biomechanics. For decades, the biomechanical model of the human body has been the scientific gospel on how we function. In this podcast, we talk about how the biomechanical model has been confused with reality. Instead of being treated like complex living beings, we’ve been reduced to joints and muscles. Learn from dogs, airplanes, and even economics interesting ways to think differently and perhaps solve your own problems with chronic pain.

  • Forget anatomy and take on art

    The muscle model has been used to understand physical balance for decades. But there’s another model that’s getting even better results. Through this post, gain a new perspective on how you can gain physical balance and stop just managing symptoms.

  • Pain, tension, and weakness

    Tension, pain, and weakness seem like problems of muscles and bones. But through this article, we’ll explore another explanation that may just lead to a better, longer-lasting solution to these common complaints.

  • Fascia's Fast 5

    Fascia's Fast 5

    | Kevin Keithley |

    Understanding how fascia works makes the difference between just another alternative therapy and life-changing therapy. In this post, we explore key properties of fascia so you can see if your current treatment is falling short.

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