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September 22/23 TORONTO
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Asymmetries - do you got 'em? Do you need to fix 'em? If so, how?
The answer to the first question is yes. You are born asymmetrical, your organs are not centered, you have one foot bigger than the other (and maybe one hand). Your face is asymmetrical, maybe your nose is crooked and you have eyes shaped differently from each other (not to mention eyebrows). It is said that the most attractive faces to other people are the symmetrical ones, but it's the not-perfect faces that are the most inte
The Alignment REScue helps the Little RES Q!
People think of casts as a plaster casing that holds a bone and its associated joints in position, usually for the purpose of allowing a bone to heal if it's been broken. The idea is that if the bone is restricted in movement, the bones will have a chance to repair. So we have the idea that a cast is a good thing. But it's neither good nor bad, it's just a thing. A cast can be anything that restricts full movement or range of motion of a joint or muscle. For example, the orthotic that you put in
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