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Subclavius – Massage Therapy Notes

The left sternoclavicular joint, (and subclavius muscle) are governed by restrictions in the right maxilla. Structural release of the palate toward the center of the eye is a reliable craniostructural solution. If you’re a craniostructural therapist, this is the place to start. Subclavius seldom presents as the primary problem but generates intense sensation under static …

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Self Care – Pain in the Biceps, Maybe Collarbone, Forearm

This post describes how you can get relief from pain in the biceps that is sometimes felt in the collar bone or forearm. More detail about how patients describe this and activities that aggravate it can be found in this other post. Once this trigger point has become irritated, activities that press down will elicit …

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Self Care – Doorway stretches for Chest Muscles

These doorway stretches are classic because they’re quick, effective and can be done almost anywhere. It is easy to stop at most doorways on your way back from the kitchen, office, or bathroom. They stretch the extrinsic chest muscles. Even with minimal effort, a few stretches a day can offer notable relief and postural change. …

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Thoracic Outlet – Functional Anatomy

Then anatomy of thoracic outlet structures is complex in several ways. Many bones are both origin and insertion for muscles in this complex. Secondly, several of the muscles have statistically significant variations in cadaver studies. This post starts with a brief overview, then, a video that walks through the structures from front to back. After …

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Pain Along the Biceps, Maybe Collar Bone & Forearm

People seldom have any part of this pattern as their primary complaint, but when they do, it is usually biceps pain. When this is a problem, the entire pattern can usually be elicited by pressing up under the collar-bone near the sternum. This response is surprising and intense for a pattern that is seldom a …

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