The mechanistic viewpoint and evidence-based medicine With the invention of the x-ray, doctors were finally able to see physical dysfunctions such as bone breaks and … Read More
Pelvic obliquity blog : aka “your hips are off”and other meaningless “diagnoses”
In my opinion, the diagnosis of pelvic obliquity is one of the many ridiculous labels that feigns informational but actually doesn’t tell you anything helpful. … Read More
What is pain?
The following comes from http://www.bodyinmind.org/what-is-pain/. Upon reading it, I realized that the words that have been repeated to my clients over the years couldn’t of … Read More
Patch work or prevention
Aka: receiving care when you’re in pain versus without pain. in 16 years I’ve been practicing, I’ve met many different personality types. There are two … Read More
Abs working you or you working them?
Transverse abs and Diaphragm facilitation For many of us washboard abs seem unattainable. For those of us putting in hours a week to barely maintain … Read More
Kinesthesia and palpatory awareness
One of the hardest things about giving someone a massage is you can’t feel what the client is feeling so you can’t feel what hurts. … Read More
Shoulder blade pain
June Blog Whenever I hear someone say “I have this spot under my shoulder blade…” I automatically think one thing. Rotated rib head. There are … Read More
Dalton and Waslaski Back to Back
April Blog What a month! I had the opportunity to assist two teachers that I have studied with the longest and had the most influence … Read More
The Hesch Method: Treating Lumbo-pelvic and Sacroiliac dysfunction
February Blog One of the Main reasons people across the western world go to the doctor in their adult life is back pain. Statistically speaking: … Read More
The Hesch Method Works!
March Blog Hesch testimonial The Method works. It’s changed my practice permanently and all it took was a two day seminar. The course filled in … Read More
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