Author Archives: Jim Durant

About Jim Durant

Massage Therapist/Instructor specializing in pain relief and enhancing athletic performance. Over 18 years and 40,000 (25,000 hours) sessions of professional experience. Developed Precision Muscle Therapy system of identifying, releasing and cleansing muscles and other soft tissues through a variety of soft tissue manipulation techniques. Provide licensed/certified Massage Therapist/students as well as qualified healthcare professionals with training in the four fundamentals that come together to make Precision Muscle Therapy a Total Practice System.

Brush and Floss Daily!

I’m sure everyone remembers as young children going to the dentist, and if you were like me you dreaded it! These days it’s not so bad and for the most part I look forward to getting my teeth cleaned and … Continue reading

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How Full Is Your Glass?

Over the past 18 plus years as a therapist I have worked with people from all walks of life such as construction workers, musicians, dancers, athletes of all types, doctors, financial people, hair and nail technicians, etc. When I ask … Continue reading

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The Ultimate Fountain of Youth

Over the past 18 years I have had the good fortune to help thousands of people who have suffered pain and/or dysfunction live a happier, healthier, pain free quality of life! With over 25,000 hours and 40,000 sessions of hands-on … Continue reading

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Precision Muscle Therapy – a personal journey to discovery

A week out of school I started working for a doctor that specialized in manual medicine (physical therapy). I worked 4 days a week 10 hours a day seeing a new patient every 15 minutes. I worked with roughly 50 … Continue reading

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Put an End to Aches and Pains

by Jim Durant   Let’s take a car with a useful life expectancy of around 150,000 miles. Now let’s imagine that you drive this car an average of 15,000 miles per year. If we take the 150,000 miles and divide … Continue reading

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