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Posturology for Functional Medicine - Digestion (Part 3 of 3)

Posturology for Functional Medicine - Digestion (Part 3 of 3)

A healthy gut is arguably one of the most desirable outcomes for a Functional Medicine doctor. As a [...]
Posturology for Functional Medicine – Migraines (Part 2 of 3)

Posturology for Functional Medicine – Migraines (Part 2 of 3)

If the brain is insensitive to pain, migraines are real. Migraine comes from the term: hemicr[...]
Posturology for Functional Medicine – Circulation disorders (Part 1 of 3)

Posturology for Functional Medicine – Circulation disorders (Part 1 of 3)

For the last year and a half, I have had the pleasure and honor to work with brilliant functional me[...]
Of muscles and emotions

Of muscles and emotions

FASCINATING! It’s simply fascinating to witness a patient’s personality profile change as they ar[...]
A Muscle Imbalance is Not a Muscle Imbalance

A Muscle Imbalance is Not a Muscle Imbalance

  The physical therapy and coaching industry is vividly interested in the concept of muscle [...]
Posturology’s Contribution to the Eye Examination

Posturology’s Contribution to the Eye Examination

Ophthalmologists and optometrists are the vision specialists in North America. They are responsible [...]
When Posturology does not work

When Posturology does not work

  Posturology does what it does, no more and no less. It is a physical therapy system aimed [...]
Why Posturology works

Why Posturology works

There are no magic pills. There is never just one cause to an ailment. This is why there is no singl[...]
The left wing... the right wing... and your brain!

The left wing... the right wing... and your brain!

It is election week in La Belle Province and in Quebec as elsewhere, political parties take position[...]
Sports performance or USSR

Sports performance or USSR

U = (S1) Strength X (S2) Speed = Reaction time My favorite sport is F1 racing. It is an amazing b[...]