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What is Proprioceptive Medicine?

Edited highlights of a one hour lecture recorded live in 2009 where Simon King introduces proprioceptive medicine. Learn how muscles work and the reflexes that control them with astounding examples of the power of the proprioceptive approach. This program has been assessed by the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia (National) Ltd and allocated 1 Formal Learning Activity […]

Perthes Disease

This guy was on crutches for 7 years when he was 8 because of Perthes Disease. Watch how his strength and range of motion changes instantly with a piece of tissue.

Dentures Causing Weakness

The elderly are at risk of falling, some more than others. If we start to fall, we need to correct that quickly, which is why it’s important to check your patient’s muscle strength properly, especially the strength of their ECCENTRIC contractions, since these are the ones that are going to prevent them falling. In this […]

Clonus

An interesting case of clonus. Sadly, I do not know if she had the treatment I recommended or the outcome of her case.

The Link from Dentistry to Back Pain

Nowhere is it more important to realise that sensory input is linked to motor output, than in teeth. All that subconscious control over our biting, chewing, kissing, talking takes an awful lot of sensory input and an awful lot of subsequent muscle control.

How to test muscles properly

There is an art to muscle testing and most people who test muscles are not testing for strength, which is a shame because strength is the key to great health. [hdplay id=91] The rest of this 14 part summary of the entire technique is available with Gold Membership to appropriately qualified Chiropractors and Osteopaths.