This neuromuscular massage protocol treats biceps brachii. This muscle lives on the anterior humerus. For additional protocols about pain patterns, self-care, and massage notes, view this anatomy post for biceps brachii.
This neuromuscular massage protocol treats brachialis and coracobrachialis. These muscles live on the humerus, deep to the biceps brachii. For additional protocols about pain patterns, self-care, and massage notes, view the anatomy posts for brachialis and coracobrachialis.
This protocol treats the subscapularis in the side-lying position. It is also common to treat it supine with their ipsilateral hand behind the head to open the axilla. A more complete treatment protocol can be found in the post on treatment notes for subscapularis.
This protocol treats the iliopsoas through NeuroMuscular Therapy (NMT). This routine should be proceeded by pelvic balancing and release of the superficial abdominal muscles. Abdominal pelvic balancing and other approaches are discussed in the self-care and therapist notes.