Life is a rhythm. When we listen to music and the musician misses a beat or plays off key, we feel a sensation of incompleteness. Something is lost, the tune failed to take us smoothly to the next point. We feel uneasy. Rhythm is repetitive and continuous in a wave like motion and facilitates the […]
As I sit here in pain, I think to myself I need to get up and write this blog. That may not make sense to some people, but to a Physical Therapist, it makes perfect sense. Most people’s first reaction to pain, is to pop a pill, mostly because the TV reminds us on […]
John F. Barnes, PT always says in Myofascial Release (MFR) Seminars, “You can’t force a system that won’t be forced.” As I ponder this statement for my first blog, I reflect back on my 22 years as a physical therapist. I remember as a young therapist being frustrated with hamstrings that wouldn’t give, tight hip […]
When animals are injured, or face harm, they will instinctively go into a flight, fight, or freeze response. They will run to avoid a predator like a gazelle running from a lion. Some creatures hide or freeze, and even change colors to avoid detection, like a chameleon. A ram will enter head first into a […]
I’m Dawnne Nance, a licensed Physical Therapist. On my blog I will be posting some great content about myofascial release therapy. Check back for updates and thanks for stopping by!