Dalton Interview with Massage Magazine

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Renowned myoskeletal therapist Erik Dalton, PhD, has a broad therapeutic background in massage, Rolfing and manipulative osteopathy. He is widely …

Addressing SI Joint Syndrome

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Myoskeletal technique for hip and back pain In the early 20th century, sacroiliac joint syndrome (SIJ) was the most common …

Boost the Bliss

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Triggering the feel-good hormones through touch Everyone knows good bodywork feels good, but what causes those feel-good feelings, and how …

Anterior Scalene Technique

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GOAL: Relieve anterior scalene spasm The three scalene groups derive their name from the Greek word skalenos meaning “uneven.” Although …

IT-Band Friction Syndrome …

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A case of mistaken identity! A 44-year-old orthopedist, who we’ll call Dr. Smith, was referred to me complaining of eight …

Memory & Bodywork Mastery

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Video from The Oklahoma City Workshop Pain is the sum of all inputs… Our brains are very much like sponges. …

Postural Plasticity

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Brain Stem Activation for Upper Crossed Syndrome The SAID Principle (Specific Adaptation to Imposed Demands) is a classic sports medicine …

Coccydynia and Pelvic Floor Spasm

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Working with a sensitized nervous system By Erik Dalton Using modalities such as massage, manual manipulation, psychotherapy, and pelvic floor …

Watch the Walk

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Homolateral gait, righting reflexes, and neck strain By Erik Dalton Before an infant learns to crawl, he moves using homolateral …