Sport Massage: 3 keys
What Is Sports Massage?
I am always amazed when I travel around the country and ask massage therapists who advertise "sports massage" to define it. While visiting a spa in the Orlando area, I saw...
Osteopathy and treatment of the jaw (TMJ)
Shoulder pain, neck pain, headaches, tinnitus, dizziness... What if it came from the jaw?
Very often, the osteopath is led to investigate the causes of the pain at a distance from the place...
Osteopathic spinal adjustment and gravity
Osteopathy is a medicine that aims to restore mobility to areas of the body that are blocked. These blockages can be located at the articular, visceral, cranial level and on all the tissues that...
Trigger points : what are they and why should I get them treated?
What are Trigger Points?
Trigger points are hyperirritable spots that can be found in any skeletal muscles in the body. These points can be palpated in tight bands of muscles and can irradiate pain...
What is osteopathy?
What is osteopathy?
Osteopathy, also known as osteopathic approach is a manual therapy discipline. Its main goal is to help restore the human body's natural equilibrium and harmony. Osteopathy is a...
Sports injuries and massage therapy
What exactly is a muscle?
A muscle is a band or bundle of tissue fibers that have the ability to contract and relax and contribute to movement.
There are 3 types of muscles in the body, skeletal...
How can we help the body heal itself?
Imagine a machine that spontaneously repairs itself whenever something goes wrong. Imagine a machine that continuously replaces itself as things wear out. Imagine a machine that is so sensitive that...
The “magic” of Medicinal Mushrooms
Cultures through the millenniums have taken mushrooms for multiple uses. These ancient people knew what we are just beginning to discover that medical mushrooms can heal a lot of illnesses. One of...
Workday stretching session
Work sitting down most of the week?
Back and/or neck hurts at the end of the day?
Work station is not very ergonomic?
Bad posture that gets worse as the day goes by?
There are many of...
Life Is Motion & Visceral Osteopathy
Many prominent Osteopaths have used the Aphorism – ‘Life is motion’ in describing a central concept within osteopathic medicine. The idea is that everything that lives moves, and that motion is...