Here is the set list:
- How should the ribcage move during normal respiratory mechanics?
- How should the abdominal wall expand during normal respiratory mechanics?
- How should breathing during variability-based activities be coached?
- What are normal compensatory thoracic spine presentations with narrow and wide infrasternal angles?
- How can someone present with different thoracic spine orientations despite these "normal" strategies?
- What can you do to improve thoracic spine mobility in these cases?
- Is it safe to load compensatory movement strategies?
Here were the links I mentioned:
Here are some testimonials for the class.
Want to sign up? Click on the following locations below:
December 8th-9th, Charleston, SC (early bird ends November 11th)
February 2nd-3rd, 2019, New Providence, NJ (early bird ends January 4th)
Want to get a handout that explains normal respiratory mechanics? Click here, you'll see pictures of the ribcage mechanics I mentioned
Here is a link to the infrasternal angle debriefs
Here is a link to the pumphandle debrief.
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