FIXING ACCUMULATED SHORTNESS
How to Identify and Fix...
Descriptive Overviews of each section
While this training is not a part of the medical curricula, a number of medical doctors, and chiropractors, have taken it. Hundreds of thousands of people, including Olympic and Professional athletes, elderly people and accident victims have experienced significant improvements over the past 40 years by using this system. I, myself, have successfully treated MDís, DCís, acupuncturists, nurses, psychotherapists and massage practitioners.
Section 1. Why You're Tight. Overview.
(Part 1) This kind of pain is a symptom of a systemic problem.
A close analysis, to find out why, shows there are a lot of shortened muscles
causing the problem. Besides creating pain, the shortness also decreases a
person's physical performance and can limit his or her everyday capabilities.
This shortness is located all over the body, even in areas where there is
no pain. And usually, there's nothing that doctors can find "wrong" with the
muscle. A correct analysis and correction of this systemic problem
requires someone trained in this specialized field. This work is not a part of
regular medical nor chiropractic practice, nor even of physical therapy,
acupuncture and regular massage.
Section 2: What You're Made of
and What Creates Shortness. Overview.
Part 3) Now for a closer look at your "soft" connective tissue
system. This is what your body's made of. Once you know this, you'll
easily understand why some of its qualities cause some things to go "wrong." And
that (reversible) condition in the soft connective tissue causes you structural
pain and tightness, even when your muscles and nerves seem to be operating OK.
This section, and those after it, will give you some down to earth facts that
will help you actually fix your problems. Terms like arthritis,
fibromyalgia, protruding disks and pinched nerves are only labels for the end
result of a body condition. And even though some medical doctors may say
they have no cure, nor do they know why it happens, there are
reasons. Trained Body professionals have been fixing these reasons for decades.
Section 3. How to Re-lengthen. Overview.
(Part 4) How to relengthen the accumulated shortness to make the pains
go away and also make the body more flexible and deeply relaxed. We just use
the right hands-on technique coupled with the knowledge of how to unravel a
body's inter-connected shortness.
Created Pains, parts 1 & 2. Overview.
Part 6) Now that you know about shortness and how we relengthen it, we
can take some time to cover specifics. Here is an explanation of different
kinds of structural pains and injuries, and how they are caused by soft
connective tissue shortness. These are the well known problems that doctors
give labels to, and offer surgery, pain killers, anti-inflammatories, and
physical therapy to heal. While these treatments may help repair already
damaged tissue, they probably wonít correct the systemic shortness. Often,
simply relengthening this shortness in enough areas will take away the pain and
tension, and correct a pinched nerve condition. Re-lengthening will also help
injured tissue to heal by removing the strain that caused the injury in the
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