Muscle Anatomy Anatomy is the key to physiology, which is the key to pathophysiology, which is the key to assessment and treatment. SO… Anatomy is so very important for manual therapists and movement professionals! [os-widget path=”/yanikphoto/how-much-do-you-know-about-muscles” of=”yanikphoto”] If you enjoyed …
The disc joint is a cartilaginous joint that is composed of outer fibers called the annulus fibrosus that encircle the inner nucleus pulposus.
It is extremely important to be able to locate and palpate the laminar groove of the cervical spine because the thickest musculature is located there.
There are two major reasons why a massage therapist should consider working toward and earning a Continuing Education Certificate in Manual Therapy.
The following techniques are considered to be Manual Therapy techniques: Massage (Soft Tissue Manipulation), Stretching, Joint Mobilization, Hydrotherapy.