Month: October 2017

Video Gait Analysis

Ever wonder what you look like when you’re running? As a physiotherapist, my eyes have become trained to look at body mechanics and it’s amazing to see how there is such variation on how people run. No one teaches us how to run. It’s a natural movement pattern that develops naturally as a child. Babies […]

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Massage 102

Last time I blogged I wrote about the four basic principles of massage strokes: General to specific to general Superficial to deep to superficial Periphery to center to periphery Proximal to distal to proximal This time I want to introduce to you some basic massage application techniques. Effleurage, Petrissage, Tapotement, Friction, and Vibration are the […]

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