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Migraine


1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


Which muscle is responsible for causing migraines?

Headache

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


A headache is caused by

Neck Pain

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


Key Muscles involved with causing neck pain include:

Armpit

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


From the axilla (armpit) which pain syndromes cannot be relieved?

Ribcage-Lateral

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


For someone suffering from pain on the lateral aspect of the ribcage, which muscle combination should be released to relieve their pain?

Upper Back Pain

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


To relieve upper back pain, which of these muscle does not need to be released?

Lower Back Pain

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


The cause of severe low back pain in the lower lumbar region is most commonly caused by spasm of the:

Insomnia

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


Surprisingly, Insomnia is usually caused by a muscle that squeezes the adrenal gland when it contracts. Which muscle would this be?

Chest Pain

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


Chest pain can be caused by a variety of problems. Heart trouble is one of them. Fortunately, heart trouble is not always the cause. Muscles in spasm can be the cause. Which muscles would not be a cause:

Abdominal Pain

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


When someone suffers from abdominal pain, it is because they:

Acid Reflux:

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


The anatomical cause of Acid Reflux is:

Heartburn

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


Heartburn is caused by

Indigestion

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


Indigestion is caused by

Constipation

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


Constipation is caused by

Shoulder

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


Frozen shoulder is when one cannot lift their arm. There are several different muscles involved with a Frozen Shoulder, but one muscle is considered to be the primary cause. This muscle is responsible for the first 15 degrees of abduction. When it is in spasm, it cannot do it’s job and it makes it close to impossible to abduct (lift the arm) at all. This muscle is:

Upper Arm/Elbow

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


To resolve pain, and chronic spasm, of the biceps brachii, brachialis and brachioradialis muscle, a nerve must be freed from impingement, via releasing a key muscle. What is the name of this muscle:

Forearm/Wrist

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


Carpal tunnel syndrome is a serious physical problem that plagues those who work on a keyboard. Fortunately, there is only one primary muscle that needs to be released to relieve carpal tunnel syndrome. The name of this muscle is:

Sciatica/Hip

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


Sciatica is described as pain that originates in the buttock, radiates down the leg to the foot and can be accompanied by tingling and numbness along the same path. The sciatic nerve can only become impinged by one muscle. What is the name?

Thigh

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


Pain in the thigh can occur on the anterior, medial, posterior and lateral aspect of the thigh. If pain occurs on the inside, which muscle group is causing that pain?

Knee

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


Knee pain is all too common. There are a few scenarios that cause knee pain. Which one is most likely?

Shin/Calf/Ankle

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


Shin-splints is a common pain in the lower leg. Which muscle needs to be released to relieve shinsplints?

Foot

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


If a client/patient suffers from foot pain that is centered in the middle of the plantar aspect of the foot, and this pain is accompanied by pain along the medial aspect of the ankle, which muscles are likely to be the cause?

Facial Wrinkles/Notox

1. Using your treatments, would you be able to provide significant relief for clients/patients from this issue 90% of the time?


2. Would you be able to provide a name and contact information for a past client/patient who would verify that they have had relief from this issue as a result of your treatment?


If you wanted to release the appearance of wrinkles at the outside corners of the eyes, which muscle would you release?


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