Techniques thoraciques moyennes


Sans titreCa, c’est vraiment un « must » des techniques manuelles. que ce soit pour les cervicalgies, les lombalgies, voire les scapulalgies et même…les dorsalgies, la « technique du chien » doit être maîtrisée par tous les thérapeutes manuels !

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