Articles written by Julia
Muscular and tissue tension demonstrates itself in so many different guises; as Myotherapists we recognise these and can interpret into a picture that assists our treatment plan. What we have to interpret under the dogs’ skin is a complexity of muscles that is interwoven with…read full.
Crufts 2013 I am delighted to have been asked to speak at Crufts in the new seminar pod that is being organized by KCAI. This is a fantastic idea for people attending Crufts to listen and meet different individuals within the canine world, all of…read full.
Julia’s Dog World Article 1st February 2013 One of my favourite quotes is “Does the Flap of a Butterfly’s Wings in Brazil set off a Tornado in Texas?” Edward Norton Lorenz . So what has this got to do with Myotherapy? Well, I believe when…read full.
The concepts of evolution and the survival of the fittest need to be considered when studying anatomy. Last month I discussed dewclaws and strongly suggested that the first digits, or dewclaws on the dog’s front legs have a very valuable purpose. There is an evolutionary…read full.
In all subjects and in all areas of life we can make better decisions if we know just a little about the subject; however half the time ‘we do not know what we do not know’. This conundrum makes having a discussion very difficult when…read full.