Resources for Learning to Address RSI in the Fascia
To complement the MASSAGE Magazine article, "Expert Advice," by Thomas Myers, in the April 2012 issue. Article summary: Stress injuries can come either from a place that is supposed to be connected and is repeatedly torn, or a place that is supposed to glide and is repeatedly rubbed until the surrounding network is damaged.
by Thomas Myers
For exacting treatment of RSI injuries:
- Ben Benjamin: benbenjamin.com
- Craig Liebenson, D.C.: www.craigliebenson.com
- The RICE plan: www.sportsmedicine.about.com
- Gil Hedley: www.gilhedley.com/ghvideo.php
- Jean-Claude Guimberteau, M.D.'s living fascia DVDs: www.guimberteau-jc-md.com or www.AnatomyTrains.com
- Judith Aston: www.astonkinetics.com
Thomas Myers, author of Anatomy Trains and Fascial Release for Structural Balance, has been practicing Structural Integration for nearly 40 years. He teaches worldwide, but works, writes and lives with his partner, Quan, on the coast of Maine. For more information, visit www.anatomytrains.com.