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Anterior Oblique sling and Posterior Oblique sling
coincide generally with the Functional Lines to be found
in Chapter 8 of this topic, while his Posterior Longitu-
dinal sling forms part of what is described in this topic
as the much longer Superficial Back Line (Ch. 3). As
stated previously, the presumptuous topic you hold in
your hand reaches ahead of the research to present a
point of view that seems to work well in practice but is
yet to be validated in evidence-based publications.
With the renewed confidence that comes from such
confirmation accompanied by the caution that should
pertain to anyone on such thin scientific ice, my col-
leagues and I have been testing and teaching a system
of Structural Integration (Kinesis Myofascial Integration
- www.anatomytrains.com, and see Appendix 2, p. 259)
based on these Anatomy Trains myofascial meridians.
Practitioners coming from these classes report signifi-
cant improvement in their ability to tackle complex
structural problems with increasing success rates. This
book is designed to make the concept available to a
wider audience. Since the publication of the 1st edition
in 2001, this intent has been realized: the Anatomy
Trains material is in use around the world in a broad
variety of professions.
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