Category: Myoskeletal Alignment
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Scar tissue adhesions can be difficult for therapists to treat because there is often more scar tissue through the layers than is apparent from the surface. Thorough palpation and exploratory manual work can help man...
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In this live video series, Erik Dalton discusses the barrier concept and how massage and bodyworkers and personal trainers can learn to help more clients by refining their touch. Enhance skills- Boost referrals- Help ...
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Erik Dalton treats shin splints, compartment syndrome, and nerve impingement for runners and racewalkers. Filmed live at the 2015 Oklahoma City Myoskeletal workshop, these muscle energy assisted stretching techniques ...
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Low back and SI joint pain caused by a unilateral flexed sacrum. Erik Dalton shows a simple Myoskeletal Technique to
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Massage and bodyworkers often unknowingly correct aberrant postural patterns and relieve pain by applying Sherrington's Law of Reciprocal Innervation. Techniques like those shown above, open up constricted chest wall ...
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Erik Dalton demonstrates a simple, but powerful, routine for mobilizing the shoulder girdle, joint capsule and rotator cuff. Filmed live at the 2015 Oklahoma City Myoskeletal workshop, these muscle energy assisted str...
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There's a saying in orthopedics that motion is lotion for joints but what about muscles, fascia and nerves? Aging causes
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Help clients and boost referrals by advancing your skills. Click: http://erikdalton.com/sale/ to check out our monthly specials Erik treats patients suffering C-section, appendix, and hernia scars in his new Dalton...
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Deep tissue, myofascial release and joint stretching techniques for scoliosis. This clip taken from Erik Dalton's Motion is Lotion dvd
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The occipitoatlantal (O-A) is the most superior weight-bearing synovial joint in the body, and the final junction for adapting to