Editor’s Note: Tom Myers is reviewing this abstract: Is there a Difference in Whole Body Standing Posture in Women with Urinary Incontinence Based on the Presence of Myofascial Dysfunction in the Pelvic Floor Muscles? published in Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Journal, 06 July 2021. This research points toward a resurgence of biomechanics in the sense… Read more
Whole-body participation is the key to effective rehabilitation or performance enhancement. The perpetuating factor is often not where the pain is – Learn to see where lack of movement in one area is causing overstrain and pain in another. Anatomy Trains can help you see the overall pattern and assess ‘what’s missing’ in movement.
Guest blog post by Anatomy Trains Certified Teacher Dr. Meredith Stephens. Editor’s note: Dr. Stephens will be teaching Understanding and Working with Osteoporosis as part of our 2021 Maine Summer Course program, July 23-24. She will also be teaching Understanding and Working with Scoliosis, July 25-26. Trabecular Bone Score: What it is and why you… Read more
For immediate release May 24th, 2021 Walpole, Maine Anatomy Trains, recognized leader in Structural Integration certification, whose short courses, books, on demand videos, and live online courses present ‘holistic anatomy’ for manual therapists and movement professionals, today announced its in-person courses this summer in Walpole, Maine. This summer Anatomy Trains will be offering courses for… Read more
Tom says: The human brain remains the most intriguing kilogram in our known universe. Although the details of neuronal action, neuro-peptides, and the glial network are being revealed by research, the fundamental mystery of how consciousness operates remains tantalisingly out of reach. The brain’s internal movements are being revealed by this new method of turning… Read more