I welcome to OrthoBionomy with Tracy. I’m Tracy. I had some requests to show how to relieve pain in the thigh. Since I didn’t ask specific information, whether it was for the quadracepts on the front of the leg hamstrings on the back or for the illiotibial band I’m going to show you something that will work for any of these areas. Basically with OrthoBionomy what we try to do is find.
A position of most comfort. So if you have a tight spot in the thigh, we use the middle finger for monitoring and for working because you don’t add as much pressure using the middle finger and you can feel pulses of the clients you’re working on rather than your own heartbeat. So if you know where in the thigh there is a tight spot put your middle finger in the middle if that muscle and then you’re going to very gently.
Check a direction to see which way it moves more comfortably. For example on the thigh, I would check moving toward the knee or moving toward the hip. When I find the position that is more comfortable, I’m going to hold it in that position for me at this point it is more comfortable moving toward my body. So I’m going to do it with my body I’m gonna hold it for 10 to 20 seconds or until I feel that the muscle has released.
I’ll go back to the center, and then I will recheck that position, moving toward the knee and toward the hip again to see if there has been any change. You can also go sideways. to the right and to the left. So I can check to the right and to the left. At this particular point it is much more comfortable if I move to my right. So I’m going to move outward, and again you hold it for that ten to thirty seconds.
Or until you feel the muscle pulling you back from where you are. Then you recheck the two directions. Inward and outward to see if they have balanced. You can also do them in diagonals. So I will do outward toward the knee and toward the right, and inward toward the left. Those feel pretty even, I’m going to check the other direction,.
Inward to the left and and outward to the right. Both of those also feel pretty even. I’m going to go back and check that first position I had where I went toward the knee and toward the hip and see if everything feels pretty even. And it does. So you can do that on outside on the quads, you can also do that on any part of the leg, lets say you have a tight spot here.
I’m going to find the point. I’m going to move upward and downward checking to see which way has the most freedom or most comfort. For me moving upward is more comfortable. Move in the direction of comfort. Hold for that ten to thirtyseconds let go, and recheck the position. So I’m going to check down and up again to see if it has changed. I can also go toward the front of my body and toward the back of my body.
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