Today's Interesting Finds!
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So, are patients are not just meatbags? Mike Scott realized that sometimes, the obvious things that our professors taught us are important.
Mike Reinold wrote a great post about 5 Mobility Issues Preventing a Consistent Release Point. This is a perfect compliment to why using a system like the SFMA, that looks for head to foot asymmetries in movement and motor control/stability is important when we examine our patients!
Be sure to check out the media section for Movement Restoration Project's recent instruction of the Brettzel 3.0 twister stretch at the recent CK-FMS!