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Neuromuscular strain in "CFS" - DR Peter Rowe et al

Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Allyson, Jun 8, 2013.

  1. Allyson

    Allyson

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    Dr. Peter Rowe and colleagues have published their hypothesis and model of neuromuscular strain in CFS in the journal, Frontiers in Physiology: http://bit.ly/15pHsuv

    Dr. Rowe is conducting a study to test this hypothesis under the Association's Research Institute Without Walls, as described here: http://bit.ly/2012-rowe He has also written a 2-part article about how his team uses manual therapy to help manage ME/CFS that's based on this hypothesis: http://bit.ly/manual-tx-pt-1 and http://bit.ly/manual-tx-pt2.
    Dr. Peter Rowe and colleagues have published their hypothesis and model of neuromuscular strain in CFS in the journal, Frontiers in Physiology: http://bit.ly/15pHsuv

    Dr. Rowe is conducting a study to test this hypothesis under the Association's Research Institute Without Walls, as described here: http://bit.ly/2012-rowe He has also written a 2-part article about how his team uses manual therapy to help manage ME/CFS that's based on this hypothesis: http://bit.ly/manual-tx-pt-1 and http://bit.ly/manual-tx-pt2.


    hope this is of interest

    Ally
     
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