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Right Torsion – CranioMuscular Assessment and Release

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Gluteus Maximus – Massage Therapy Notes

Overview Here, you will find massage and bodywork notes for the gluteus maximus muscle. This includes treatment sequencing, craniosacral, joint mobilizations, and detailed trigger point work. Also, there are links to self-care and stretching for your patient. Assessment Gluteus maximus can restrict the range of motion when flexing the knee while flexing and adducting the …

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Tailbone or Lower Hip Pain When Seated

People complain of tailbone pain when sitting for long periods. Usually, it bothers them after a long drive in the car or sitting in a theater for long periods. Often, they have gotten a special pillow that prevents pressing on the tailbone, but it doesn’t help. People may also complain of pain around the bone …

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Gluteal and Lateral Hip Rotator Muscles – Functional Anatomy

Overview Gluteal muscles form the fullness of the hip. They originate on the pelvis and insert on the femur. The gluteus maximus also attaches to the tibia via the iliotibial band. Primarily, these muscles extend and abduct the hip joint. The lateral glutes are key in supporting the pelvis while the ipsilateral leg lifts and …

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Mandible – Functional Anatomy

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Earache with Jaw tension

Want to skip ahead?Here’s a link to my post about getting relief on your own. People usually complain about earache and some jaw tension. Sometimes they complain about a roaring in the ear or some other form of tinnitus. At times, when the trigger point is most severe, there is sharp pain deep in the ear with a sickly …

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Masseter – Massage Therapy Notes

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Self-Care – Hard to Resolve Forearm Pain

This problem in the forearm comes out of trigger points in the sternal division of the pectoralis major muscle in the chest. Change these activities: Avoid activities where you push your arm(s) together in front of you. This typically involves exercises like pec deck machines and chest flys. Most people don’t associate forearm pain with …

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Pectoralis Major – Massage Therapy Notes

The pectoralis major is a broad, fan-shaped muscle made of flat overlapping strips that covers the anterior ribs. Pecs are often the victim of cervical problems. They are innervated by the brachial plexus and are intertwined with THORACIC OUTLET SYNDROME. They also perpetuate THORACIC OUTLET SYNDROME by holding pectoralis minor short, which entraps the brachial …

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Extrinsic Chest Muscles – Functional Anatomy

The anatomy of the extrinsic chest muscles is more complicated than the first glance suggests. They originate on the front of the axial skeleton and insert on the upper extremity. Generally speaking, they protract the scapula and draw the humerus toward the midline. This arrangement gets a little more complicated with the pectoralis major. The …

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