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Rotator Cuff Muscles – Integrative CranioMuscular

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Biceps Brachii – Neuromuscular Protocol

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Chronic Band of Wrist Pain and Irritation

These patients come in with one of two scenarios. First, some people come in with unresolvable “carpal tunnel.” These patients have a band of pain over their wrist that they can’t shake. Some have taken on a wrist brace or have seen a doctor who recommended one. Often they are careful with how they sleep …

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Subscapularis – Self-Care

Here, you will find ways to, on your own, relieve pain behind the shoulder when raising your arm and the chronic band of wrist pain and irritation. Both patterns are created by the trigger point in the subscapularis muscle. You can read more about how people describe and aggravate those patterns by linking back to …

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Subscapularis – Massage Notes

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Subscapularis – Neuromuscular Massage Protocol

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SITS Tendons – Neuromuscular Massage Protocol

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Assess Pain and Restriction in Yoga with Anatomy

Here, I discuss how to target the muscle that is causing pain and restrictions in your yoga poses by understanding the underlying anatomy. I discuss several other posts that may be helpful in a deeper understanding of this particular problem, how to use these anatomy illustrations and related patterns. I am in the process of …

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Rotator Cuff Muscles – Functional Anatomy

Overview Rotator cuff muscle anatomy is both simple and complicated in their anatomy. Simply put, they secure and refine movements of the head of the humerus. However, each muscle has complications in structure and function. Origin scapula Insertion head of the humerus Function Stabilize, rotate and adduct the humerus Innervation Brachial Plexus – suprascapular nerve, …

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Subscapularis – Functional Anatomy

The subscapularis muscle is a thick, fan-shaped muscle on the underside of the shoulder blade. By far, it is the largest and strongest rotator cuff muscle. Also, it the largest shoulder muscle. A bursa separates it from the serratus anterior. Origin subscapular fossa Insertion lesser and greater tubercle of the humerus Function internal rotation of the …

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