September 2014

SUNM Featured in Santa Fe New Mexican

Practitioner seeks state funds to widen study of naprapathy to treat vets’ PTSD By Robert Nott The New Mexican Read Full Article Here For more than 30 years, Marine veteran Dan Gandee, 51, had trouble talking about the 1983 bombing of the U.S. military barracks in Beirut, Lebanon, by the Islamic Jihad. The attack killed 241 American servicemen, including 220 Marines. Gandee was deployed there in the aftermath of the carnage. The memories hurt. His

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How the pieces fit: Naprapathy & Other Connective Tissue Specialties

I lucked out in massage school. Not only did I go to a school that encouraged my understanding of the body as a whole (rather than parts mysteriously divided and separated along imaginary boundaries), but they initiated my education of connective tissue dynamics.   If you aren’t familiar with connective tissue, or fascia, I’ll take a moment to explain, as easily as possible, what it is. I’ll assume you’re at least casually familiar with the

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