Blood Supply – Spinal Cord and Brachial Plexus

Spinal Cord For tissue to survive, it needs a constant supply of oxygenated blood. All oxygenated blood that circulates through the body originally passes through the aorta in the heart; and is then sent through different arteries depending on its final location. For the spinal cord, there are three primary arteries that blood travels through: …

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Testimonial – Mathew Hughes – P-DTR, NKT, Neurofunctional Acupuncture, Anatomy in Motion

"Having Matt at the clinic has been a great pleasure. He is eager to learn, and great with the staff and patients. Matt not only retains new information well and is able to think critically about the information provided, but he shows an exceptional level of emotional intelligence, social capability, and awareness. In an industry …

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Vasa Nervorum and the Vasa Vasorum – What’s the Difference?

The Vasa Nervorum & the Vasa Vasorum, What is the difference? At their core, the Vasa Nervorum (VN) and the Vasa Vasorum (VV) just in two different locations within the body. The Vasa Nervorum are small blood vessels that travel directly parallel to the peripheral nervous system and supply the nerves, and their coverings, with …

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Concussions: the Misunderstood Head Injury

Concussions are an injury that has been drastically misunderstood for many years. Physicians used to believe that a concussion was produced by bleeding in the brain after the body suffers acute trauma triggering the brain to hit the inside wall of the skull. However, as our understanding of concussions increases, medical physicians now understand that …

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What do you mean its ‘Plantar Fasciitis’?

What is it? One of the most common conditions regarding foot pain, is plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is usually characterized by a burning sensation in the bottom of the foot closer to the calcaneus (heel), and it is inflammation in the connective tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot connects the heel to …

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The Unsung heroes of Shoulder Stability

There are many different muscles, bones, and ligaments that create the shoulder joint. The bone structures that create the shoulder joint are the scapula, clavicle, and the humerus. It is important to consider that every muscle that passes over a joint, then plays a role in moving and stabilizing that joint. There are many muscles …

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Body Science Therapy, a Unique Clinical Experience

It may be due to the removal of your shoes upon entry, or the abundance of natural light that illuminates the main room when you walk in, coming to Body Science Therapy is not your average clinical experience. The experts at Body Science Therapy pride themselves in their ability to manipulate the neuropathic pathways to …

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STEROIDS – The good, the bad, and the ugly.

In this post we're talking about steroids. I'm not going to sit here and tell anyone to go on, or to not go on them, just to educate you. 1️⃣ There are different types ➡️ catabolic steroids are very common in medicines, anabolic steroids are those often abused to manipulate our bodies beyond their genetic …

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