Muscles, Fascia, & Tendons

Often the problem is at the enthesis. Only half the enthesis is soft tissue. The boney side of the enthesis will be covered in the bone video. Any good muscle stretching book is your bible with these procedures. Introduce long axis traction and changing the technique according to the patient’s responses are two keys to success.

  • Back muscles will be covered in the spine and head and neck videos.

Most muscles in this section are innervated by the ventral primary rami. The plexi are all formed from ventral rami. Refer to the references post and read the articles regarding tendinosis. Only a few examples are shown here. Using the basic building blocks the practitioner should be able to think out a procedure for a particular muscle or tendon. The patient’s response and feedback during the procedure is just as important as your knowledge of the area being treated.


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