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  • Term 5 Oral practical outline

    Here is the outline for the oral practical on Friday, any questions please email me at bayviewmt@gmail.com You will have 15 minutes per pathology, one with Anne, one with Evan, out of 7 pathologies drawn from a hat. Given the pathology, you will be asked to give 5 questions about the possible history involvement that […]

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  • Fascial final and what to study

    When a student is studying for a fascial final exam they would want to know the causes of visceral inflammation as well as having a good understanding of inspir and expir.  It would be of great value to know what the contraindications are for visceral manipulation and cranial sacral therapy and when visceral therapy is […]

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  • Fascial midterm…

    If I were studying for a fascial midterm If I were preparing for a fascial midterm for my advanced fascial class some of the things I would probably want to review from the quiz would be the mechanical properties of fascia and many of the different functions of the deep fascia. Of course it’s always […]

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  • Tensegrity – Tension and Integrity

    Tensegrity describes the structural relationship in the tension of the connective tissue in the body.  An increase in tension of one of the members results in increased tension in members throughout the structure, even ones on the opposite side.  It distributes force to all interconnected elements and at the same time to engage the whole […]

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  • Fascia | What it is

    Fascial Course Notes download here   Here is a download of a what fascia is and how is moves the body through space.  It contains descriptions of superficial and deep fascia as well as the components that make it up.  

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  • What Is Physical Activity?

    What Is Physical Activity? Why Is It Important? Our last article explored health and quality of life. Here we explore physical activity contributing to “significant health benefits” and a good quality of life, starting with some key facts from the World Health Organization (WHO): Insufficient physical activity is 1 of the 10 leading risk factors for […]

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