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12December 2017
Category Applied Functional Science

Proprioceptors Series Part 6 – A Thermos, A Joke, & The Pacinian Corpuscles

Dr. David Tiberio, Doug Gray

As a kid, I can remember hearing a joke that my father told me. As you can likely relate to, I wish I could remember half the jokes that I hear. This one joke, though,...

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05December 2017
Category Applied Functional Science

CRB – Relative from Real: Cervical Spine Motion

Dr. David Tiberio

Motion in the cervical spine is critical for almost any function.  As we look at our surroundings, focus on objects to pick up, and track things that are moving, we use...

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21November 2017
Category Applied Functional Science

Proprioceptors Series Part 5 – Humor, Expectations, & Golgi Ligament Endings

Dr. David Tiberio, Doug Gray

I really enjoy humor. It is powerful, especially used in the right (and tasteful) form. Wikipedia defines humor as “the tendency of particular cognitive experiences...

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