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A Physical Therapists’ Perspective with Dr. Debora Chassé

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How Pelvic Concussions are Affecting your Patients

When the force of a significant fall or impact enters the body, the densest structures will absorb the energy.Therefore the denser the structure is, the more vulnerable the structure is to sustain a significant injury.The densest structures in the body are the fluid filled organs which include the areas of the cranium, the spinal cord, the […]

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Umbilicus

In 1999, researchers at Yale University found that functional disorders caused by tension in the umbilicus to be very common with far reaching implications.Have you seen any of the above conditions in your patients without being sure where the source of the problem is?Chances are that this torsion pattern is a contributing factor.In the clinic, […]

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Matrix Repatterning for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

This video with Dr. George Roth and Dr. Debora Chassé, outlines the assessment and treatment of pelvic floor dysfunction, utilizing the principles of Matrix Repatterning. It highlights the importance of injury to the osseous framework of the pelvis and how this can lead to many pelvic floor issues, such as incontinence, dysmenorrhea, erectile dysfunction and lower bowel issues, as well as low back pain. It also provides an overview of general Matrix Repatterning principles.

The video is a good review of clinical principles and may also be helpful in helping patients with pelvic floor dysfunction, understand how MR may be of value in their recovery.

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