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Dynamic Chiropractic – May 1, 2020 (Vol. 38, Issue 05)

Muscles Move Bones: Two Views of Muscle Weakness

Marc Heller, DC
Muscles move bones. I know this; you know this. But how do we apply it? Let's discuss two aspects of muscle weakness and inhibition. I'll call the first, for lack of a better term, neurological weakness. The second: weakness with atrophy and true loss of tone. Pay attention to these two distinct types of muscle weakness. Understand that they require two distinct approaches. 

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