No system in the body ever works alone. Never gets injured alone. Never heals alone. There is no such thing as an isolated injury. There is no such thing as isolated healing. Are you stuck in making progress helping shoulder and hip issues? Maybe it’s because there is stuck motion in the liver. Look beyond the site of pain and see the interconnected systems of the body. The liver does over 500 different things. Good idea to make sure it moves well. Discover simple, practical, and easy assessments and resets for the liver.
- Perform Palpation of the liver
- Review Liver planes of motion
- Describe Liver ligament attachments
- Discuss Diaphragm relationships
- Review Nerve relationships
- Perform Manual resets supine and lateral
- Recognize Neural reflex points
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Detailed Content Outline (1 hour) 1:03:27
Introduction importance of the liver – 10 min
No system ever works alone, body ecosystem hierarchy – 15 min
How do you know you have a liver issue? – 15 min
Liver Ligament attachments – 5 min
Liver, organ and nerve relationships – 5 min
Manual resets supine and lateral – 13 min
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