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Anyone Have Patients With a Forward Head Posture?

Posted by NAIOMT on Dec 9, 2019 2:19:18 PM

Regaining CT junction extension, while protecting the surrounding areas is always challenging. However, we all know how important this is, as the surrounding areas are commonly hypermobile therefore we need to find a technique to help us! By utilizing the attachment of the nuchal ligament and moving T1, we are producing a relative extension glide and able to accomplish this quite nicely!

Watch NAIOMT teaching faculty Valerie Coolman's video demonstration below.

 

This technique is taught in the NAIOMT courses Cervical Spine I and Cervical Spine II. During 2020 Valerie Coolman will be teaching these courses in Chicago, IL and at Andrews University in Michigan. Follow links below for complete local schedules for these locations.

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