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Myofascial Conditions and Syndromes

All of the posts related to a broader condition or syndrome are grouped into a collection. Those collections are listed below. For instance, the collection of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome is all of the posts on anatomy, pain patterns, self-care, therapy notes, and cases related to that syndrome. Sleeping and Trigger Points is a collection of posts on trigger points that disturb getting to sleep, sleeping, and waking up. Stiff Neck is a collection of posts about trigger points that, well, give you a stiff neck.


Sensory Integration

These post focus on therapy concepts, trigger points and treatment approaches related to sensory integration…

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The Integrative Model

This video is a brief overview of the Integrative Bodywork Model. It explores the difference between integrated and integrated approaches. Additionally., it walks through an example.

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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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