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Gut health and brain health…. fascinating studies!

The more I research on the importance of a healthy GI tract and on the anti-fungal diet that works so beautifully, the more I am grateful to Doug Kaufman and  his work – www.knowthecause.com Here is an exerpt from Wikipedia about the composition of the gut flora.

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Orthopedic versus Medical Massage: a word from the Master James Waslaski

“Orthopedic Massage vs. Medical Massage: Are We Using the Correct Terminology? By James Waslaski Several weeks ago, after discussing my mother’s “medical” condition with her surgeon, I realized how vital it is for our profession to establish the differences between medical and orthopedic massage. My mother had

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Rib Pain…. “can’t get no respect” – Erik Dalton and Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques

Every therapist should take a class with Erik Dalton, one of my mentors. Home study program is excellent. Please check www.erikdalton.com. Like James Waslaski likes to say: “We need to raise the bar of the industry”… there is so much we can do to get people out

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Pain, disease and dysfunction… how about survival mechanisms instead?

  An amazing and down-to-earth point of view. Years of researches condensed in a little appetizer. Get the book, Cancer is not a disease… worth every penny and life changes. Thank you Dr Moritz, keep up the good work!        

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Sport Injuries: foot pain

  A beautiful image of the disarming complexity of a foot and its soft tissue components. It’s a miracle of engineering! I just finished and interesting session on a football player. Lot of pain in the foot but nothing showed on X-rays. Same old dilemma…. What is

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Sport Injuries – why Therapeutic Bodywork is effective

The Hamstring Group is prone to injuries in sports. That’s a fact. If you imagine the load they have to carry when that foot hits the ground, shifts the weight and pushes off the ground… if you add the fact that the front line of the legs

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Therapeutic Massage and the concept of Tensegrity

If we examine how our body stands up in gravity, and how the soft tissue “bands” (muscles, tendons, fascial web) allow our skeleton to stay up, it’s easy to understand how important it is to get our muscles worked on in order to bring them back to their natural

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Natural foods for post work-outs recovery

Cranberries (Vaccinium Oxycoccus) A powerful berry, used by Native American for centuries. –          Salicylic acid (oh look, our good old Aspirin!!), anti-inflammatory –          Polyphenols – immune system help, key factor in antiviral effect –          Anti-oxidant – helps with oxidative stress –          American Indians used it for centuries

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Orthopedic Bodywork and Eye-Care

Pressure behind your eyes? Not enough arm length any more to read fine prints? He-he-he, I am only 46 year YOUNG and thanks to “Dr” Glenn Kimball and his dog Cloe, I got a wonderful recipe that is really helping my eye-sight:   Bilberry Vaccinium Myrtillus, almost impossible to

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Orthopedic massage and Osteoarthritis (wear and tear)

A wonderful hike!! Yet, due to the uneven ground, I had to work some nagging pains out of my knee that night. Never ever leave a joint compressed. That’s how wear and tear starts (osteoarthritis). So you guys out there enjoying outdoors. .. come and get your tune-up!

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