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McKenzie for May

Did you hear bodywork pioneer Robin McKenzie has died? In his honor, this month we’ll explore the McKenzie method done by practioners as well as his home-care manual Treat Your Own Back. In my own practice I most often use

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Let’s meet up!

I am thrilled to announce that the meetups will resume in May. We are returning to the third-Tuesday schedule and will have a new venue with space for more people. Mark your calendars for May 21st at 7pm and watch

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Recreational MRI

Another medical imaging treat for you: This video shows a real-time MRI of the singer. You can watch all the mouth parts and throat parts working to create the sound. Wonderful!

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Imaging anatomy

The tools on this page show magnetic resonance or CT scan images to use for studying. Anatomical structures are named and outlined as you mouse over them. You see the structures in transverse, coronal, and sagittal planes with views that

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Hiatus of in-person meetings

A hiatus in our schedule, oh no! Unfortunately I need to take a break from the group after this month’s meeting so that I can help take care of a sick relative. Have a good winter and I hope to

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Shoulder focus for two meetings

This fall we are going to dive into the complex joint of the shoulder. In fact, it’s complex enough that we are breaking it up into two sessions. On October 17th we’ll talk about the glenohumeral joint and on November

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September meeting

September’s meeting with a focus on the hip was a great success. The acetabulofemoral joint is a very important juncture between leg and body where we need motion in all the planes — flexion, extension, adduction, abduction, rotation. We warmed

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