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The clinical importance of the anterior ‘strap’ muscles

May 27, 2010

Before demonstrating the Functional Anatomic Palpation System™ method for assessment of the the omohyoid muscle, Dr. Spina discusses the clinicalimportance of assessment and treatment of the anterior ‘strap’ muscles of the neck including the relevance of assessing hyoid mobility.  Often ignored in clinical scenario’s, hyoid mobility can greatly affect temporomandibular gait leading to dysfunction.

The clip was taken at an F.A.P.™ SPINE seminar in Toronto.  If you missed this past Spine seminar in Toronto, The next scheduled SPINE seminar is taking place in Midland, Ontario on September 25-26, 2010.  Just a short drive from T.O. in a very beautiful city!  Register soon as there are only 10 spaces remaining.

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