العلاج الطبيعي Deep Tissue Massage and Myofascial Release: A Video Guide to Techniques

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    Deep Tissue Massage and Myofascial Release: A Video Guide to Techniques



    by: C.M.T. Art Riggs Certified Advanced Rolfer


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    Description:

    This seven volume Video series is designed as a full Deep Tissue Course which will be extremely useful to individual therapists wishing to expand their myofascial and therapeutic skills and the way they work with tissue. In addition to the complex issues of soft tissue restrictions, osseous articulations and neurological patterns, this series clearly demonstrates countless strokes and strategies. More importantly, it conveys the qualitative art of working with tissue to effect profound change.
    SECTION I (Videos 1 & 2) "FUNDAMENTALS"
    - Palpation and Cultivation of Touch-Working with Layers of the Body
    - Body Biomechanics - How to Properly Use Fingers, Knuckles, the Fist, Forearm, and Elbow and Save Your Thumbs
    - Purposeful Strokes- Strategies to Lengthen Tissue, Free Adhesions, and Release Holding Patterns
    - Positioning of Your Client to Increase Effectiveness of Your Work - The Side-Lying Position to Dramatically Improve Your Effectiveness
    SECTION II (Videos 3, 4 &5) "STRATEGIES OF DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE"
    Hundreds of techniques and strategies covering the entire body
    Video 3: Legs and Pelvis
    Video 4: Continuation of the Pelvis, Rotators, Abdomen (Including the Psoas and Iliacus), and the Back
    Video 5: Working with the Shoulder Girdle, Chest, Arms, and Neck
    SECTION III (Videos 6 & 7) "ADVANCED TECHNIQUES AND STRATEGIES FOR COMMON COMPLAINTS AND INJURIES " (Videos 6 & 7)
    - Foot/Ankle Injuries Including Sprains, Plantar Fasciaitis, Achilles Tendonitis
    - Knee Pain and Dysfunction
    - Sciatica
    - Minor Back Pain
    - Rotator Cuff
    - Tennis Elbow and Wrist
    - Thoracic Outlet



























































































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