There are some courses around that use the words “inhibited” and “facilitated” as a description of how muscles feel (strength wise) to the practitioner when they test them for strength.
Then, based on these tests, the practitioner then tests other “related muscles” to try and figure out where a compensation is.
Then – they will “TL” or Therapy Localise that muscle in the aim of “helping” the weaker one.
Which, all SOUNDS good…
But here’s the problem:
If you’re treating muscles like they’re the problem, you’re not actually treating the problem.
You’re just changing or redistributing the compensation.
Watch this video to see why standard therapy does exactly that – even though from the outside the initial therapy APPEARS to help.