Massage therapy has powerful healing properties. There is simply nothing that compares to the warmth and precision of real human touch. Many people are suffering greatly and extremely few can afford therapy daily to get relief. That is why it’s important for massage therapists to educate clients and recommend powerful “adjunct therapies” that complement their massage services.
Dr. Steven G. Buzinski of the University of North Carolina will be presenting “The Social Cognitive Barriers to Learning, and What We Can Do About Them” at the 2020 ABMP School Forum, taking place April 17–18, 2020, at the Carolina Inn in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Structurally, the psoas is the deepest muscle in our core. It connects the upper body to the lower body, and is a major player in steadying the spine on the legs. Balance in this muscle is key for optimum function: a tight, short psoas can cause an anterior pelvic tilt, while an overstretched psoas creates a posterior pelvic tilt. The irony is that your clients may present with both.