April 12, 2018

Reciprocal innervation is a normative function; it simply does not work in a corrective context. In spite of this mistake, however, this concept has been around for decades.

April 6, 2018

To be sound, a method must be based on a true working knowledge of how the musculoskeletal system is designed to function in action and how to restore this system, and this knowledge is far more important than the particular techniques used in any one case.

March 30, 2018

Muscle contraction is produced at a molecular level by the interaction between the interdigitating strands of myosin and actin molecules that make up the myofibrils, and is caused when the interdigitating strands of myosin and actin molecules begin to slide over one an...

February 16, 2018

To maintain support off the ground, however, muscles must lengthen between the bony structures to which they attach so that, even as they maintain support, the muscles are lengthened—a subtle and dynamic arrangement in which muscles and bones work together to produce u...

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