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Erik Dalton Blog

Occipital Neuralgia Headaches

The occipitoatlantal (O-A) joint is the uppermost weight-bearing synovial joint in the body and is the final junction for adapting to asymmetry or dysfunction from below. Mechanically, the head teeters on the two…

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Tight Traps, Pecs and Lats

It is helpful for massage and bodyworkers to view muscle weakness from a neurological perspective. We’ve been taught that the voluntary skeletal muscle system is

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Protective Muscle Spasm

https://www.youtube.com/embed/AhVkUSI-9vg From Dynamic Lower Body course When the brain senses bony instability or tissue damage in-and-around the spine, information is compiled and ‘fast-tracked’ to the

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Are Legs Really Necessary?

https://youtu.be/DjKmczlV9h8 From Dynamic Lower Body course Spinal Engine Gait Theory: “Optimal mechanical functioning of the spine is necessary for optimal mechanical functioning of the limbs”

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