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Breathing Disorders and Respiratory Muscle Training
In this month's Members topic we explore the topics of breathing dysfunction and the training of respiratory muscles with exclusive access to:
- 2 FREE chapters from the new book Recognizing and Treating Breathing Disorders
- 2 FREE chapters from the new book Respiratory Muscle Training
- 3 FREE journal articles from Manual therapy and J. of Bodywork and Mov. Therapies
- Interviews with topic experts Leon Chaitow and Alison McConnell
- 2 quizzes to test your knowledge on breathing disorders and respiratory training