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Release

Relieve party to a trade of any previously made obligation concerning that trade, hence allowing the would-be transactor to show the inquiry/order to a new broker.

Release

Written statement by a creditor to the effect that a debtor has either paid off the debt or the debt is otherwise discharged. A creditor may release a lien if the loan has been paid or if other collateral has been offered. Most mortgages contain release clauses indicating under what circumstances the borrower obtains release from the mortgage lien.

release

See release of lien.

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Effectiveness of myofascial release in the management of chronic low back pain in nursing professionals.
ANCOVA test was used to compare variables between stretching and the Myofascial release group.
Subjects of Group-A was treated with myofascial release technique and group-B with positional release technique and both the groups were given LASER neck stabilization exercises.
In the second category are such physical treatments as myofascial release (a manual therapy technique used to improve positioning and movement), craniosacral therapy (related to the skull and sacrum), applied kinesiology (the study of muscles and how they move), auditory training, conductive education, sensory integration and patterning.
Opens "from the Heart Physical Therapy," Only Myofascial Release Clinic in Los Angeles
The post-exercise component of the workout is aimed at improving tissue extensibility, and so should ideally include myofascial release along with static stretching (and perhaps some PNF, or "proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation," which is known to improve range of motion in particular).
com), author of The Art of Body Maintenance: Winners' Guide to Pain Relief, has shown that myofascial release can be dramatic in providing rapid relief.
Molnar has seen dancers benefit from less familiar alternative approaches, like skin rolling, also known as myofascial release, which is like massage.
The text incorporates a number of modalities, including Swedish massage, acupressure, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, lymphatic drainage, and reflexology.
Intrarectal myofascial release was used in men and intravaginal release in women in the directed therapy group.
Fixing this problem comes in the form of improving movement, and for quicker, more impressive results, using mobilising and strengthening techniques such as myofascial release and instant muscle strengthening.