Greetings from SMI!
Manual therapists working in the areas of performance, prevention and rehabilitation must never stop learning. The most effective therapists are always experimenting with new techniques, trying new approaches and modifying treatments. This is exactly what we encourage and promote at SMI. Sometimes new ideas and approaches work, and other times they don’t. But over the long haul, this approach develops therapists who are more effective, more efficient and able to deal with a wider array of dysfunctions, injuries and problems.
In this newsletter we examine a couple of relatively new techniques that have influenced our work, as well as a study that confirms something we have been doing all along. Enjoy the articles, take care of yourself and feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns!
~ The SMI Team
SMI in San Francisco!
Just a reminder that SMI therapist Eva Popper is now working in San Francisco a few days a month! She is working in the Alamo Square district at 425 Divisadero St,Suite 209. You can schedule by calling the Palo Alto office at 650-322-2809.