These post focus on therapy concepts, trigger points and treatment approaches related to sensory integration dysfunction.
Self Care – Irritating tags and Shoulder Straps
Self Care – Neck tension when wearing a heavy coat
Self Care – Calm Yourself In 3 minutes with Ice-and-Stretch
Self Care – Stiffness at the base of the neck
Sore Shoulder from Strap or Lifting Overhead
Stiffness and Pain at the Base of the Neck When Turning
Neck tension when wearing a heavy coat
Irritating Tags, Burning Shoulders
Improving Executive Functions and Multitasking
James Bond. Sensory Integration Hero.
Connecting Sensory Integration and Trigger Points
Heaven is a Place with Tension.
My Jeep Has Sensory Integration Issues
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Tony Preston has a practice in Atlanta, Georgia, where he sees clients. He has written materials and instructed classes since the mid-90s. This includes anatomy, trigger points, cranial, and neuromuscular.
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*This site is undergoing significant changes. We are reformatting and expanding the posts to make them easier to read. The result will also be more accessible and include more patterns with better self-care. Meanwhile, there may be formatting, content presentation, and readability inconsistencies. Until we get older posts updated, please excuse our mess.