Saturday, August 23, 2014

Applied Kinesiology and Respiratory Distress Recovery

Weaknesses of the muscles of respiration (like the anterior scalenes) may reflect an upper-chest breathing pattern or be a compensation for reduced support of the deep neck flexors, or be a protective response to mechanosensitive nerve tissue (joint dysfunctions).
Each of these elements may be uniquely and effectively evaluated with Applied Kinesiology assessment.

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