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Are You Experiencing Muscle and Joint Pain?

  • Is your lower back making everyday tasks difficult?
  • Are headaches making it hard to think and function?
  • Do you have other areas of unrelenting aches and pain?  
  • Do your attempts to treat the pain often fall short?

Have you considered that even though you are treating the painful area, you are not treating the primary source of your pain?

The Wellness Digest Is Here To Help You Find The Source Of Your Muscle Pain

The Muscles

Listen To Your Books On The Go!

Find Your Symptoms and Area Of Pain For A List Of Muscles That May Contribute To Your Pain

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Muscle Origin, Insertion, Innervation, Actions

This section is tailored toward students, medical personnel, manual therapists, personal and athletic trainers.  Here you will find attachments, innervation, and blood supply of the muscles most commonly treated manually. Also listed are the agonist and antagonist for each muscle action. A great resource for reference or study.