Brain Nobility and Our Therapeutic Response, Molly Clark, PT, LMT, LLCC, Newsletter, 2013

Brain Nobility And Our Therapeutic Response By Molly Clark, PT, LMT, LLCC, Newsletter, 2013

 The brain is the most profound of organs, yet is often overlooked in manual therapy. Specific treatment of the central nervous system (CNS) often has far reaching effects throughout the body. Therefore, it is wise to include the brain in our treatment plan. As therapists we assess tissue throughout the body including musculoskeletal ...

the Body on its Path to Wholeness with Lympho-Fascia Release, Bruno Chikly, M.D., D.O., MASSAGE Magazine, 2009, January

by Bruno Chikly, M.D., D.O.


The perpetual search for the body's path to more complete physical healing led to the author's development of a combined, noninvasive technique called Lympho-Fascia Release (LFR). This approach combines the benefits of fluid techniques, using lymphatic-drainage therapy, with those of the solid model, such as myofascial release. The marriage of these two modalities can reduce restrictions with a touch that's elegant, efficient and profound in its application.