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Discussion in 'Holistic Massage' started by let it snow!, Feb 24, 2011.

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  1. let it snow!

    let it snow! Member

    Dec 12, 2009
    Hi, I couldn't find an anatomy section in this forum, shouldn't there be one?

    Anyway, in training, we were told that reverse effleurage over the sartorius should cause the big toe to fall to the side. This has always happened. However, I had a client the other day with general deconditioning of muscles, and there was no movement from his big toe when I worked over the sartorius. I have Googled but cannot find any explanation for this, and wondered whether any anatomists out there might be able to come up with any theories. I've checked Paul Blakey but can't see anything in his summary which glaringly relates to my client.

    Any ideas gratefully received
  2. Average Mike

    Average Mike Member

    Jul 18, 2010
    every client is an individual, with theor own muscle imbalances,dysfunctions etc and therefore you should expect differing results and actions whislt administering your treatment

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