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Serratus Anterior – discussing biomechanics and assessment

March 22, 2011

I always say that one of the main factors that make Functional Anatomy Seminars so good are the quality of the instructors (which are hand picked based on knowledge and experience).  In this clip, Dr. Ian MacIntyre, certified Functional Anatomic Palpation Systems™ and Functional Range Release™ instructor, discusses the biomechanics of the serratus anterior, as well as some advanced assessment techniques in his small group at an F.A.P.™ Spine Seminar.  This is a good example of the information presented at these seminars in addition to learning the system of specific soft tissue palpation.

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