Top 25 Ranking!

by Assessment and Treatment of Muscle Imbalance on February 22, 2015

After almost one year, Assessment and Treatment of Muscle Imbalances: The Janda Approach is in the top 25 on Amazon.com.  We’re #19 in Sports Medicine and #24 in Physical Therapy!

I had the honor to be interviewed by Dr. Perry Nickelston on his ‘Stop Chasing Pain’ podcast on Dr. Janda’s approach. Find out more about the background behind Janda’s muscle imbalance syndromes and their treatment, including sensorimotor training and short-foot training. And check out more of Perry’s great podcasts at stopchasingpain.com… “Stop Chasing Pain” seems like something Dr. Janda would say!

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