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eTip-026   Examining Muscle Functions using the Explore feature in eTouch

Dr. John Thie, during his 35+ year career, made many observations about specific muscles and their functions and behavior in the presence of stressors, trauma and overuse. Dr. Thie incorporated many of these observations into Touch for Health and we have included these in a searchable reference in eTouch: Explore.

Explore helps you to gain a more in depth understanding of Touch for Health. You can explore muscles and their functions as well as possible causes for imbalance, indications, beneficial foods, etc.

In this eTip, we will examine how the Explore feature can be used to see which muscles are used in performing specfic functions of the body.

Note: These observations have not been scientifically verified. Touch for Health and eTouch for Health are not used for the diagnosis or treatment of disease. For all serious ansd life-threatening issues, continuing or worsening symptoms, contact a health care professional.

 

  • On Main Menu of eTouch,
    Click the Explore button.

Explore Button

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You will be taken to the
Explore Menu.


eTouch Main Menu

Explore Button: Fourth button in right column. Icon for Explore is a Question Mark "?" and may be used alone in some menus.

Explore Menu

Explore Menu

In this eTip, we will use Functions from the Explore Menu to see which muscles are used for specific functions.

  • Click the second yellow button in the list, the Functions button

When you select a category, you will be taken to a Menu for that category.

The Functions Menu will be displayed as shown below.

The Explore Menu has eight categories for exploring Touch for Health. These can be used singly or in combination to gain a better perspective in identifying and resolving general issues.

Explore Options

 

 

 

Functions Menu


    • Click on Knee (Third column top button)
      (Circle will become highlighted. See below.)

    Functions Menu

Knee related Functions will be displayed as shown below. (Lists are scrollable.)

Functions are listed that are associated with the knee. When you select a specific function, a list of muscles associated with the function of the knee will be listed. 

    • Click on Flexes lower leg.
      (Second in list.)

Knee Functions

 

The muscles associated with the knee and are used in flexing the lower leg will be displayed.

Flexes the Knee

    Here you have two options:
  • Display All displays a list of the muscles that may be associated with the knee and flexing the leg.
    (Example below.)

-OR-

  • Click on a specific muscle to go to that Muscle's Summary
 
 

We will select all of the associated muscles.

  • Click on Display All

List of Muscles

Here you have two options:

  • You can examine these muscles in the Muscle Summary by clicking on the muscle name in the list

    -OR-

  • You can create a session using with these muscles by clicking on the green
    Create New Session from Selection
    button in top right hand corner of muscle list.

New Session

Now we are going to examine the Popliteus.

  • Click on Popliteus in the list
  The Muscle Summary for the Popliteus will be displayed.
 

Popliteus Summary

On the Muscle Summary page, there is a wealth of information. Here you can find details about the muscle's function, possible indications and causes as well as possible beneficial foods. Muscle tests and balancing techniques are one click away.

Note: Please remember that these possible associations are to be used
as a reference and not to diagnose or treat disease.

 

 

 

 

 

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