While working on the new Non-Manual Techniques CD-ROM we realized that we only have 5 activities that inhibit the anterior neck. It is extremely difficult to shut off an anterior neck in an upright position, therefore, the only position you can place the patient in is supine. Since you can’t expect your patient to live their life in supine, Visual Integration becomes necessary for individuals who are unable to inhibit their anterior neck during upright, dynamic activity. This will be heavily discussed in the upcoming Postural-Visual Integration course! To register for this course, CLICK HERE!