Anatomy is interconnected. For instance, foot pain on the outside of the foot is often related to an unstable ankle, which may be caused by a weak peroneus tertius muscle in the lower leg that has a tendon crossing the outside of the ankle attaching to the foot. The peroneus tertius muscle weakness is commonly caused by knee fixations, which in turn is often caused by a weak thigh muscle, such as rectus femoris which is a muscle whose tendon crosses both the knee and hip joints. Weakness in this muscle creates knee instability. Since this thigh muscle has its origin in the hip, perhaps a hip fixation is the real source of the foot pain. You can seethe interconnectedness, which is why doing all the Quick Self Fixes together is important for maximum overall strength. The following book is organized in the order of a full Quick Self Fixes Routine. It starts with the lower legs and feet and works its way up the body.
If your profession includes treating musculoskeletal issues, Dr. Clay recommends that you treat the person globally, then locally. Make and keep all of the Targeted Muscle Tests strong first with Quick Self Fixes. This improves posture, balance, and gait so that your local treatment has a better chance of initial and long term success.
People often think that using greater force than is recommended results in better outcomes. It is quite the opposite. Performing the Quick Self Fixes with more than a gentle force may cause harm.
This book teaches you to be strong and maintain that strength. We focus on your health rather than your symptoms. Regardless of your focus, symptoms are sometimes resolved quickly and sometimes slowly over time as a result of regularly doing Quick Self Fixes. Making weak muscles strong improves posture, balance, and gait, and hence improves physical performance and overall health. To become proficient at the Quick Self Fixes Routine, you must study the following information until you are competent. After you have learned the Quick Self Fixes Routine, you will no longer need the video or book. Once learned, the routine takes 15 to 20 minutes. We recommend that you begin your Quick Self Fixes Routine in bed when you first wake up.
Since muscle weakness patterns tend to recur, clients may need to repeat certain Quick Self Fixes several times per day to maintain their muscle strength. Consider the health care financial benefits of being more self-sufficient using Quick Self Fixes!