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c2018 Support Meeting # 29 - Friday, November 1, 2019

Professional Training Program's picture

Questions for Support Meeting Post Grad September. 2019:

Class of 2018 (grad April 2019)

Pamela Kamoku's picture

1)  Do you think that sleep apnea can be supported with teaching people to breathe and move with somatics or is it strictly involuntary actions that cause the condition?

2) I hope I can remember another question tomorrow.  

Anne Pruner's picture

Why does this happen?  What is happening mechanically?  Have you seen this pattern? I have a client who I noticed uses this as a way to "avoid" extension and flexion on the other leg in walking

Anne Pruner's picture

I have a couple of clients that drag their leg behind them.  One has dystonia and one has had a couple of strokes..  Trying to figure out what might help them.  They get some good movement on the table and then get up and drag.  So it is during locomtion.  I dont' know if it is use patterns or from neurological damage.