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Blog Posts in October 2011

Ron and I spent 2 days last week working on the new CD’s that we hope to have completed by the end of the year.  Several people have inquired about the new CD’s.  Let me tell you what I know up until this point…
The CD’s will be different than what we currently have on our shelves.  There will be 3 new CD’s that compliment our 3 pre-requisite courses:  Myokinematic Restoration, Pelvis Restoration and Postural Respiration.  On these 3 CD’s you will find a Re-positioning program, Desirable muscle programs, Inhibition as related to the course and Integration.  All of our activity will now be found on one of these 3 CD’s.  When taking our Secondary courses (Impingement and Instability, Cervical-Cranio-Mandibular Restoration, Advanced Integration), you will have already received the activity that corresponds to these courses through the pre-requisite courses.  In addition to the layout of the CD’s being different, we have also added roughly 200 new techniques. 

Again, our hope is to have these completed by the end of the year.  We have spent HOURS working on the placement, progression, and wording on each and every technique but we still have a lot of work ahead of us. 

Posted October 3, 2011 at 4:07PM
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Ron taught Cervical-Cranio-Mandibular Restoration in Loveland, Colorado this past weekend.  The great people at Rebound Sports and Physical Therapy gave him this x-ray image.  What a great picture of left anterior innominate rotation with compensatory left femoral acetabular external rotation! 

Posted October 3, 2011 at 4:02PM
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