Postural Analysis

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David McQuillan (2008). Otago Polytechnic: Massage Therapy]


Introduction to postural analysis

A client’s posture provides much information regarding the natural state of their tissues. Through postural analysis it is possible to determine which areas of their body are under more strain than others, and which muscle groups are causing this strain.


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References

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