Tag: education

Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) Mobilization: Posterior to Anterior

Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) Mobilization: Posterior to Anterior

This is Brent of the Brookbush Institute and in this video we’re going to go over a joint based manual therapy technique. If you’re watching this video I’m assuming you’re watching it for educational purposes and that you are a licensed professional with joint based techniques within your scope. That means osteopaths, chiropractors, physical therapists …

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Splenius Capitis and Splenius Cervicis Static Manual Release Technique (Soft Tissue Mobilization)

Splenius Capitis and Splenius Cervicis Static Manual Release Technique (Soft Tissue Mobilization)

This is Brent of the Brookbush Institute, and in this video we’re bringing you another manual technique. Now if you’re watching this video I’m assuming you’re watching it for educational purposes, and that you are a licensed manual therapists following the laws regarding scope of practice in your state or region. That means athletic trainers, …

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Neer Impingement Test: Shoulder Special/Orthopedic Test

Neer Impingement Test: Shoulder Special/Orthopedic Test

This is Brent of the Brookbush Institute, and in this video we’re going over the Neer Impingement Test, a special or orthopedic test used during our shoulder examination. I’m going to have my friend, Melissa, come out. She’s going to help me demonstrate. This isn’t a particularly complicated test. I’m going to take Melissa through …

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Flexor Hallucis Longus & Flexor Digitorum Longus (FHL & FDL) Static Manual Release

Flexor Hallucis Longus & Flexor Digitorum Longus (FHL & FDL) Static Manual Release

This is Brent of the Brookbush Institute and in this video we’re going over static release techniques for the flexor hallucis longus and flexor digitorum longus, also known as the FHL and the FDL or the long toe flexors. If you’re watching this video I assume you’re watching it for educational purposes and that you …

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Bird Muscles – Adaptations for Flight

Bird Muscles – Adaptations for Flight

If humans were covered in feathers, could we flap our arms and fly? What if I told you that it would take up to fifty pounds of chest muscles just to flap your arms hard enough to lift yourself off the ground? Let’s look at bird muscles and see just how much strength it takes …

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Adductor Magnus Static Manual Release (Soft Tissue Mobilization)

Adductor Magnus Static Manual Release (Soft Tissue Mobilization)

This is Brent of the Brookbush Institute, and in this video we’re going over static manual release of the adductor magnus. If you’re watching this video, I’m assuming you’re watching it for educational purposes and that you are a licensed manual therapist. That is, a physical therapist, an athletic trainer, a chiropractor, a massage therapist, …

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Your Super Skeleton!

Your Super Skeleton!

Believe it or not, there’s something a lot like this inside of you and inside me, too! It’s a skeleton! You may have seen skeletons in a museum — like the ones they have of dinosaurs — or maybe plastic models of human skeletons, like this. Maybe you’ve even seen dancing skeletons around Halloween. But …

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How To Stop Shaking When You’re Nervous

How To Stop Shaking When You’re Nervous

Right before I do any kind of public speaking my hands start shaking uncontrollably and i feel like my heart is exploding. Thanks adrenaline. How do I STOP this? Adrenaline is one of the most famous hormones in the animal kingdom and it’s our response to a “stressor.” Stressors can be anything; a sudden scare, …

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