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Engaging the brain, freeing the fascia

According to Cambridge Dictionary, the verb enhance means “to improve the quality, amount or strength of something.” Similarly, in Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques (MAT), the term enhancer is used as a noun to describe a therapist-directed movement cue that neurologically boosts, intensifies, and heightens a therapeutic outcome…

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Often confused with a personal trainer, the practitioner who possesses the official title and credential of athletic trainer is actually on a completely different career path. Whereas personal trainers tend to focus primarily on fitness, athletic trainers are credentialed to provide therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation to people with injuries, according to the National Athletic Trainers Association…

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