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Increasing the Range of Motion in the Upper Back

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September 7, 2005
James had been living with chronic tightness of the neck and upper back with a constant dull ache which sometimes turned severe. As a result the shortened muscles had rounded his shoulders forward and restricted the range of motion in his neck. After the first Trigger Point treatment he said, with a big smile, "the last time I could turn my head this much was 15 years ago".
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Pain killers could not relieve her headaches

Increase ROM in neck and shoulders
August 23, 2005
Denise had been experiencing higher stress than usual and on palpation found that the muscles on her neck, shoulders and upper back were quite tight (hyper tonic) . The combined tightness in all these areas can put an enormous amount of stress on the base of the skull and the upper spine (cervical vertebrae),
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How Muscle Tension and Pain grows and spreads

Increase ROM in neck and shoulders
July 29, 2005
Here I will discuss how the tightness restricts blood circulation and tissue fluid drainage and impinges on nerves, affecting the health of the tissue and causing more pain.
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Muscle Tightness and The Pain Cycle

Increase ROM in neck and shoulders
July 15, 2005
Muscle pain starts when the tone passes a certain level. This is called the Pain Threshold. so tightness is just a lower degree of pain. Tightness constricts blood and lymph vessels and impinges on nerves causing more pain. So since tightness is (or causes) pain and pain causes tightness, we now have a pain cycle and hence...
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Tightness and Pain in the Neck and Shoulders

Increase ROM in neck and shoulders
March 24, 2005
In this issue I discuss the symptoms and causes of tight and painful neck and shoulder muscles . I will also describe how you can recognize these symptoms, treatment of these conditions - what you can do to give yourself relief.
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Tightness and Pain - Symptoms

Increase ROM in neck and shoulders
March 14, 2005
Almost everyone I have met has some degree of tightness in the neck and shoulders. Perhaps you don't feel pain at this moment but if you palpate your neck and shoulders you will feel some muscles that are tight and firm - this is where you will likely find a sensation we can describe as pain
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GRAVITY BOOTS

Increase ROM in neck and shoulders
Feb 8, 2005
Today, gravity boots are marketed for two distinct purposes: 1) Fitness/martial arts training, and 2) Therapy for back problems. For therapeutic purposes, gravity boots are usually sold along with an inversion table.
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