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Counterstrain

Herbert A. Yates

Counterstrain

a handbook of osteopathic technique

by Herbert A. Yates

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  • 24 Currently reading

Published by YKnot Publishers in Tulsa, OK .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Osteopathic medicine -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.,
  • Osteopathic Medicine.,
  • Sprains and Strains -- therapy.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCounterstrain.
    Statementby Herbert A. Yates, John Glover.
    GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
    ContributionsGlover, John, D.O.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRZ342.9 .Y38 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 282 p. :
    Number of Pages282
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3323255M
    LC Control Number2004295275
    OCLC/WorldCa34518752

    Strain Counterstrain is a manual therapy whereby the clinician uses only his own hands for the treatment of muscle and joint uses passive body positioning of hypertonic (spasmed) muscles and dysfunctional joints toward positions of comfort or tissue ease that passively shorten and slacken the offending muscles. Description: This book discusses the theoretical and clinical basis for those osteopathic and chiropractic techniques lumped under the term "positional release technique." Thus, there is information on strain/counterstrain technique, functional technique, facilitated positional release, and some variations on those : $

    There is a Growing body of evidence suggesting that Strain counterstrain technique (SCS) is an effective treatment for the pain associated with MTrP. Literature is sparse regarding the . This is a very fine book that will be useful for many manual therapists. If you have any doubt, don't wait any longer, acquire it! Amazon Reviewer. The British Osteopath Chaitow goes into details of the various positional release techniques such as strain/counterstrain, functional release .

    Fascial Counterstrain is a gentle technique that uses body positioning, compression, and tissue glides to release a reflexive, protective tightening of fascia within various systems of the body (arterial, lymphatic, venous, visceral, ligamentous, dural, and nervous). - Explore smvalentine's board "Strain counterstrain " on Pinterest. See more ideas about Massage therapy, Physical therapy, Muscle anatomy pins.


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Counterstrain by Herbert A. Yates Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book gives the origin of Strain-Counterstrain, along with pictures of the Counterstrain book method. Different areas of the body are pictured along with directions on how to help that area. Therapists and osteopaths who use this method offer almost pain-free manipulation/5(22).

The Jones book is a page volume that holds together theoretical and technical information. It is written in a very compensable way, starting from how Dr.

Jones discovered the technique to the detailed explanation of the neurophysiopathology of Counterstrain, up to the. Holly started her practice Counterstrain book and became a lead instructor for Counterstrain Academy in after a mastery-level internship with Tim Hodges, LMT, JSCCI.

Inshe became a Jones Counterstrain Certified Instructor (JSCCI) of Fascial Counterstrain (FCS) for the nervous system. Jones Strain-Counterstrain book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is an addition to the Osteopathic manipulative armamentari /5(4).

Strain Counterstrain is Counterstrain book manual therapy technique, meaning clinicians use only their hands for treatment of muscle and joint pain. It uses passive body positioning of hypertonic (spasmed) muscles and dysfunctional joints toward positions of comfort or tissue ease that compress or.

Counterstrain “Strain and Counterstrain” was originally developed by an osteopathic physician, Lawrence Jones DO, over a 40 year period starting in This revolutionary manipulation technique, the precursor to the modern, Fascial Counterstrain, is an effective treatment for a myriad of medical diagnoses.

Conditions Treated. Fascial Counterstrain (FCS) is a therapeutic, hands-on method, designed to release spasm in all tissues of the human body.

Every organ, nerve, artery, muscle, ligament, tendon, vein and lymphatic vessel in the human body can actively spasm and produce pain in a natural, protective response to injury.

Strain and counterstrain is one of the bodyworks that are oftentimes bypassed. This is a method of manual therapy that can be very beneficial for patients who are suffering from acute muscular pain. There are several professions that have already implemented strain and counterstrain.

Fascial Counterstrain (FCS) is an innovative system of soft tissue manipulation developed by board certified orthopedic specialist, Brian Tuckey PT, OCS, JSCCI. Every organ, nerve, artery, muscle, ligament, tendon, vein and lymphatic vessel in the human body can actively spasm and produce pain in a natural, protective response to injury.

Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more. Counterstrain Approaches In Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (SFIMMS Series in Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine): Medicine & Health Science Books @ 5/5(1).

It is a great pleasure to introduce readers to this informative book on Counterstrain, an important component of Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT). Harmon L. Myers, D.O., is a foremost practitioner and teacher of Counterstrain, which I have found to be extremely effective for relief of myofascial pain patterns and other musculoskeletal Reviews: 7.

Strain-Counterstrain • Developed by Lawrence Jones, D.O. • Based on work of Irvin Korr, Ph.D. “Proprioceptors and Somatic Dysfunction”.

The Jones Institute Europe teaches "the original" Strain Counterstrain technique, an American Osteopathic approach developed by Dr. Lawrence H. Jones D.O. It's the only European organization authorized in teaching the method Strain Counterstrain. The techniques' peculiarity are: The utilization of specific diagnostic points, the extraordinary facility of execution, the immediate response on.

Counterstrain is a type of osteopathic manipulative treatment commonly used by osteopathic physicians throughout the United States and by osteopaths around the world. Developed by Larry Jones DO in the ’s counterstrain osteopathic manipulative treatment focuses on the diagnosis on discrete myofascial tender points and treatment using 5/5(1).

The Counterstrain Academy began in as a one-on-one mentoring of new, passionate Fascial Counterstrain Practitioners. It was formalized in as the program began to attract multiple practitioners and regional recognition as an authority in Fascial Counterstrain Continuing Education.

Counterstrain now has over 1, different techniques, named after specific anatomical structures, that we use to alleviate dysfunction in the body's deep fascia. Fascia is simply connective tissue that surrounds all of our muscles, bones, internal organs, arteries, veins, and nerves and is the largest sensory organ in the body.

In my view, this book explains why Kum Nye Kum Nye Relaxation: Theory, Preparation, Massage (Nyingma Psychology Series)postures work. In these postures, you hold the tight muscle in its shortened position for two minutes. Sound familiar. The difference is, in Strain Counterstrain you are the therapist holding another person's limb so that the /5(7).

Within manual therapy, Strain-Counterstrain is a type of "passive positional release" created in by Lawrence Jones, D.O. It is a hands-on treatment that attempts to alleviate muscle and connective tissue tightness by the use of very specific treatment positions held for 90 seconds (can be held for up to 3 minutes in neurological patients).

Articles & Books Written Kerry is a published author of Positional Release Therapy published by Mosby. He has written numerous articles in Physical and Occupational Therapy journals and has discussed health issues on radio and television talk shows.

Strain-Counterstrain (S-CS) is a manipulative technique routinely used by manual practitioners to treat somatic dysfunction. Methods: Th is study is a literature review, consisting of books.Counterstrain and Exercise: An Integrated Approach Hardcover – January 1, by FAAO Paul R.

Rennie, DO (Author), FAAO John C. Glover, DO (Author), MS Claudio M. Carvalho, DO (Author), DO Larry S. Key (Illustrator) & 1 moreAuthor: FAAO Paul R.

Rennie, DO, FAAO John C. Glover, DO, MS Claudio M. Carvalho, DO.Counterstrain was developed in by Dr. Lawrence Jones, an osteopath from the small town of Ontario, Oregon.

Dr. Jones was born and raised in Spokane, Washington, the son of an engineer and school teacher. As a teenager, he became interested in osteopathy after watching an osteopath treat his friend’s acute back injury and provide.