Published Articles

Published Articles

Finding a solution at the “wrong” end of the body:

A case series using the MyoKinesthetic System to resolve biomechanical dysfunctions

A case series using the MyoKinesthetic System to resolve biomechanical dysfunctions

Traditional treatments to various conditions often have mixed outcomes across various patients. Within standardized therapeutic interventions there are always patients who do not respond to treatment as expected. It is also common for some treatments to have very little effect at all.

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The Treatment of C8 with Manual Therapy

The Treatment of C8 with Manual Therapy

Manual therapy has evidence to support its use in treating cervical spine issues such as headache, pain, and radiculopathy.  The techniques that appear most studied are mobilization, manipulation, traction, and stretching.  This report looks at another form of manual therapy called Myokinesthetic.  This treatment was used to help a patient with multiple compalaints of  headache, neck pain, and radiculopathy, by addressing the C8 nerve root.

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