Counterstrain technique

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Books about counterstrain technique

In the 1960s, Dr. Lawrence H. Jones the counterstrain method, which is among the gentlest of osteopathic medicine. At the center of this method are on pressure painful muscle and tendon points, the so-called tender points, which disturb the musculoskeletal system. Simplified, the treatment is as follows: The patient is placed in a position where he is painless. In the treatment itself, the patient builds up a back pressure (= counterstrain) – in the opposite direction to the pain. The muscle fibers shorten, so relax completely and the tender points can dissolve. dissolve themselves. In the field we find the book of Jones, Strain- Counterstrain.