The psoas connects into bone at the bottom of the thoracic spine, all lumbar vertebral bodies, and transverse processes and discs. The iliacus attaches via direct muscle into bone (no tendon) to the entire inner table of the ilium. The psoas fascia connects, directly or indirectly, to the diaphragm and the QL, and many other […]
How Are You Doing In Practice? Are you Realizing your vision? Improving your technique? Expanding the range of clients and conditions you can help? Sharing experience, strength, and hope with strong, trustworthy colleagues? Deepening your relationship with yourself and your work? In need of National/State CEU credits? “George’s supervision groups are a wonderful way to […]
Back pain has many causes. Among them are mood and attitude, formative experiences of pain in self and others, and the state of a person’s spirit. When people with low back pain think about going to a chiropractor, most are expecting an adjustment to put the spine back in place. The first thing I look […]
To Image or Not to Image The two articles attached quantify the staggeringly high prevalence — and shocking price — of musculoskeletal conditions in the United States. They also report that neck and low back pain account for the biggest portion of the spending. One of the reasons so much money is spent is that […]
If you’re like most people, you’re thinking about pain relief (hell, who isn’t interested in pain relief?), but as your doctor, I’m more focused on better movement. That’s why I teach classes – to promote healthier standing and moving between or in place of sessions.