Ep. 217 – “Common Pattern of Neuromuscular Behavior” vs. “Common Compensatory Pattern”

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  • Lori Hefta

    Great PRIVY! I always appreciate Ron’s enthusiasm and humility in his live’s work. ReplyCancel

  • Mike DeMille

    Thank you so much for this Ron and Jen! I’ve always appreciated the Institute’s complexity and focus on detail.ReplyCancel