Month: December 2016

Sacral neurons reassigned to sympathetic

The autonomic nervous system regulates the function of internal organs such as the gut. It is divided into sympathetic and parasympathetic subdivisions, the yin and yang control mechanism for stress responses (fight or flight) and homeostasis (rest and digest). The parasympathetic and sympathetic tend to work antagonistically. Sacral autonomic outflow is traditionally assigned to the

Growing Hands with Myofascial Therapy

Picture CC0 Public Domain   The size of one’s hand appears to one of many important criteria set by the US National Football League (NFL) teams for selecting their next player. The minimum benchmark hand size for a quarterback is 9 inches (or 23 cm) measured from the tip of the thumb to the tip