Posts by Othon


Stress and The Caveman

Stress and The Caveman


Posted By on Nov 5, 2014

by Othon Molina, Ph.d.c, LMT, PhD. STRESS . . . a dirty word everybody’s talking about, and has been with us forever………. Stress is something we hear a lot about now, but it has always been with us. It’s effect in ancient times was more obvious the stress of having to find food, coming face to face with a wild animal, a fight to survive. One of the reflexes that it activates, is the fight or flight...

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Structural Massage

Structural Massage


Posted By on Nov 5, 2014

by Othon Molina, Ph.d.c, LMT, PhD. After forty years of being a massage therapist and having worked my way up to working in a Physical Therapy Clinic. I have come to realize that massage, physical therapy, chiropractic and osteopathy are still lacking some very important facets to helping people with changing their bodies. Most of these therapies are very helpful in helping people get well. They are exceptionally good for acute...

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Your Back

Your Back


Posted By on Nov 4, 2014

by Othon Molina, Ph.d.c, LMT, PhD. The back is the strongest part of our bodies and yet, it is one of the most common ailments of our civilization. Between 80 to 90% of the people have had some sort of back or neck problem in their lives. Everyone knows someone that has had ruptured a disk, Sciatica, low back syndromes of some type. This is what we deal with, having a body and fighting gravity. It seems we are loosing the battle,...

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The Neck

The Neck


Posted By on Nov 4, 2014

by Othon Molina, Ph.d.c, LMT The following information is for educational purposes only and is meant to complement any medical treatment not to prescribe or diagnose any condition. Please consult with your doctor before starting any medical, or nutritional program. The neck and its functions, are very important, which is why I always start my therapy there. If the neck is blocked and out of alignment, it cuts the brain off from the...

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The Elbow

The Elbow


Posted By on Nov 4, 2014

By Othon Molina, Ph.d.c, LMT First of all I want to make it clear that this information is not to diagnose nor prescribe, and it should not take the place of the advice of your doctor. This is intended to complement conventional medicine, not to replace it. Consult with your doctor before starting any kind of nutritional or physical program. The elbow is a rare place for an injury unless you play tennis or are a pitcher. Three bones...

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